Gandalf worked with the Dwarves in the hope that they would once again take the Lonely mountain, establishing a stronghold to help divert the growing power of Dol Gulder from attacking both Rivendell and Lothlorien.
The Goblins and Wargs trap Bilbo, Gandalf, and the Dwarves by besieging the mountain and trapping them.
If Gandalf and the dwarves did not show up to rescue him, Bilbo Baggins had a plan to make his way through the tunnels to locate them. However, he is saved from that undertaking when he hears the dwarves and Gandalf talking.
No. Gandalf leaves the dwarves several times in the book, always returning, seemingly, just in time to save the dwarves from some terrible danger.
No, Gandalf never told the dwarves that Bilbo was a spy. He was a good friend of Bilbo's, and they trusted each other.
Gandalf presents the dwarves in a staggered fashion while telling a story to keep Beorn's interest so he would not send them away.Gandalf wanted to keep Beorn fascinated in his story so he wouldn't notice the large number of dwarves Gandalf brought.
That there is a burglar in residence looking for work.
A thief looking for work, due to the symbol that Gandalf scratched on his front door.
Gandalf called the eagles. The eagles are huge, and they bore the dwarves, Bilbo, and Gandalf safely away from the fire on their backs.
He threatened to leave the Dwarves. Knowing that Gandalf was powerful and wise, Thorin realised what a dangerous journey it would be if Gandalf was not with them. Gandalf also reminded the Dwarves that they were thirteen, and unless they accepted Bilbo, they would remain that many. Being highly superstitious, the Dwarves shuddered at the thought of setting out for such a perilous journey with a number as evil as 13.
Gandalf told him about it.
All thirteen of the dwarves, followed by a chuckling Gandalf.
The one item that Gandalf is looking for is a Burglar for the dwarves, to make the number 14 instead of 13.
Yes, the wizard(Gandalf) likes Bilbo very much. It is by the will of Gandalf that Bilbo comes along with the dwarves for the quest. His concern for Bilbo can be seen when all the dwarves come out from goblin's cave but Bilbo remains behind. Gandalf continues to visit Bilbo even after the end of dwarves quest.
Rescues them from Trolls. The Dwarves get caught whilst trying to rescue their ponies
They were discussing all that had happened in the goblin tunnels, and debating what they were to do now. Gandalf was saying that they could not possibly go on without trying to rescue Bilbo, and the dwarves did not want to.
There were 13 plus Gandalf (the grey)
Because in the prelude to lord of the rings "the hobbit" Gandalf assisted Bilbo and thirteen dwarves steal a load of treasure from a dragon. Which the dragon stole from the dwarves a long time ago.
The book starts with Bilbo Baggins meeting Gandalf the Grey. There was a tea party that Gandalf arranged, pulling in 13 dwarves with him.
because the dwarves needed a fourteenth person for their journey and gandalf thought bilbo was the right person for the job.
Gandalf is worried that Smaug may become an ally to the newly returned Sauron.
Because Gandalf would never have let the dwarves convince Bilbo to go out scouting alone.
Gandalf is looking for someone to make a 14th person for the adventure. He wants a 'burglar' to help the dwarves.
Gandalf left so he could go to the white counsel, get the other wizards, and drive Sauron out of his hiding place.
At the Unexpected Party, when gandalf introduced the 13 dwarves to Bilbo.
saved them from the spiders