Frodo Baggins leaves the shire with Samwise Gamgee.
Frodo leaves the Shire with the ring so he can destroy it in the Cracks.
Frodo lived at Bag-End, on the edge of Hobbiton in The Shire.
The Shire is the home of the hobbits, the most famous of them is Sam and of course Frodo.
Frodo lives in Hobbiton in the ShireLegolas lives in Mirkwood
Frodo and Bilbo are hobbits of the Shire. in this movie.
The Shire (Of Middle Earth) .
In the book, the Hobbits return to the shire to find that it has been conquered by Saruman the wizard and his men. They proceeed to organize the hobbits and liberate the Shire. Sam marries his girlfriend Rose and becomes Mayor of the Shire; Merry and Pippin also community leaders. Frodo however suffers from the wounds he received on the journey and eventually leaves the Shire with Gandalf and the Elves when they travel across the Sea to the new lands. The story ends there.
Yes, they are hobbits that live in the Shire.
Frodo was 50 when he left the shire. Several years took place after he inherited the ring from Bilbo. Frodo was born on September 22, 2968. In 3001, when Bilbo turned 111 and Frodo came of age at 33. He inherited the ring. 17 years passed since the party. On April 12, 3018, Gandalf arrived and told Frodo that the magic ring Bilbo had found in Gollum's cave was in fact the One Ring of the Dark Lord Sauron, who needed the Ring's power to take over Middle-earth. Frodo was shocked and dismayed by this news, but he realized that in order to save the Shire he loved, he needed to take the Ring far away..
No, Frodo comes home from his travels but is unable to find happiness in the simple life of the Shire. He and Bilbo and Gandalf and the rest of the elves travel to the Gray Havens in the last of the great ships.
Frodo BAGGINS is a Hobbit from the Shire. He is a fictional character in the trilogy Lord of the Rings written by J. R. R. Tolkein.
Frodo lived with Bilbo Baggins in Bag-End. It was a smial located near Hobbiton. They were in The Shire located in Middle Earth.
He made him leave the Shire with Frodo.
Sam is Frodo's companion that helps frodo take the ring to mount doom. He, like Frodo is a hobbit from the shire.
It wasn't his time yet. He had much to do for the benefit of the Shire and Middle Earth.
Bilbo was born on September 22, 2890, and Frodo was born on September 22, 2968. The story opens just a few days before the party that was on September 22, 3001. On the day of the party Frodo turns 33 and Bilbo turns 111. It is mentioned that when Frodo leaves the Shire, he was the same age as Bilbo when he left on his adventure which is 50. Frodo left the Shire on September 23, 3018, so that is 17 years and a few days.From the time Frodo leaves the Shire with the One Ring to the time the Hobbits return, just over a year passes. The Battle of Bywater was on November 3, 3019.From that time to the time Frodo, Bilbo, Gandalf and the last protectors of Middle-earth leave the Grey Havens on September 29, 3021 is almost 2 years.So from the very beginning to the very end, just over 20 years elapse.
These are the Nine in the Fellowship:Frodo Baggins - Hobbit of the Shire, Ring-bearerSam Gamgee - Hobbit of the Shire, gardener to FrodoMerry Brandybuck - Hobbit of the Shire, cousin to FrodoPippin Took - Hobbit of the Shire, cousin to Merry and FrodoLegolas - Elven Prince of Mirkwood ForestAragorn - Supposedly a wandering RangerGimli - Dwarf, son of Gloin, who was a part of the company of dwarves, accompanied by Bilbo, who journeyed to Smaug's mountain and took back their treasure (as recorded in The Hobbit)Boromir - Man, son of Lord Denethor, of Minas Tirith, brother to FaramirGandalf the Gray - Wizard, the head of the Company
Frodo Baggins is a hobbit from the Shire who embarked on a terrible and perilous mission as Ring-Bearer, to carry The One Ring to Mount Doom (where it was forged) there to cast it into the fires.
The journey from The Shire to Mount Doom took six months.
Pippin Took was a hobbit of the Shire, cousin to Merry Brandybuck and Frodo Baggins.
Frodo, the nephew of Bilbo, was the ring-bearer. He was the one that had to destroy the One Ring.
Bag End, the home of Bilbo and Frodo, was located in Hobbiton, Westfarthing, The Shire.
They are hobbits, specifically hobbits of the Shire. The Shire and Bree-land are the only known lands settled by hobbits at the end of the Third Age of Middle-earth.
Although the books are written in the third person (J.R.R. Tolkien is the narrator), it is generally conceded that the books are supposed to be based on writings from Bilbo, Frodo and Samwise. The writings were begun in "There and Back: A Hobbit's Holiday" by Bilbo, and were given to Frodo to continue the Hobbits' story about their part in the War of the Ring. When he leaves for the White Havens, Frodo gives the book to Sam to continue the story of the Hobbits in the Shire.