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    from this when he was about to destroy it. Except for that, he cares nothing for its power, and knows it is for the common good that it be destroyed. Bilbo on the other hand displays a different thought. He takes the ring from Gollum 's cave for himself. He does not tell anybody about it which shows a level of selfishness. Bilbo keeps and uses the ring for many years, until he decides to leave his home and travel. He then dumps the burden of the ring onto the shoulders of his nephew, Frodo. One of the other main characters in The Lord of the Rings is Aragorn. Aragorn is one of the kindest, most humble, down to earth characters. He is the heir to the throne of Gondor, however he does not want to claim the throne. Instead, he lives in Rivendell with the elves. He is so filled with love and compassion for others, although that may not be apparent because his character is so well-balanced. Aragorn is strong not only in body, but in mind. Through the entire journey to destroy the ring Aragorn is never tempted to take the ring. He even has a chance when Frodo offers it to him, but he declines. That act displays incredibly strong morals. Aragorn 's counterpart in The Hobbit would be Thorin. Thorin was the leader of the company that infiltrated the lost Kingdom under the Mountain. He, like Aragorn, is the heir to a throne. However, instead of being loving and kind, Thorin is greedy and coldhearted. "You can trust us to stick to you through thick and thin – to the bitter end. And…

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    In chapter 3 of The Hobbit Gandalf, Thorin, Bilbo, and the dwarves go up the Misty Mountains and see Rivendell. The difference between the way Bilbo and dwarves see Rivendell is the fact that Bilbo thinks the elves are good hearted creatures. But the dwarves know better so they do not necessarily like the elves, that and the fact that the elves make fun of the dwarves “long beards”. That is the main difference between the way Bilbo and the dwarves see Rivendell. They also meet an elf-friend…

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    Through his encounter with the nazgul on his way to Rivendell, Frodo sees the level of responsibility that was placed on him. While sitting in the meeting in Rivendell, Frodo knows full well how much worth is placed on the Ring and it’s fate. After the Ring caused a dispute among those present, Frodo, despite his fear, stood up and took the burden on himself once again by saying, “I will take the Ring to Mordor!” (LOTR). Although he appeared to be one of the weaker members of the crowd, his…

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    The book The Fellowship of the Ring begins with a quiet life of the Hobbits in The Shire. When Frodo Baggins comes into the possession of the One Ring, left for him by his cousin Bilbo Baggins, he and three of his friends set out to destroy the ring because of its dangerous power. Soon after, they get lost and almost die. Frodo is gravely injured and needed to be healed by the Rivendell Elves. In Rivendell, a council is formed and it is decided that a group including a wizard, an Elf, Dwarves,…

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    is even a map to show where each race lives, and names for each village or town. Just like in reality, some races just don't get along with others, like dwarves and elves. When it comes down to not playing nice, there sure are some humorous parts in it, along with tragic. The movie starts off with The Fellowship of The Ring, mainly introducing main characters, and beginning the story. Frodo, the main character, is the nephew of Bilbo Baggins, the main character in the Hobbit trilogy.…

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    The first is when the Ringwraiths attack the hobbits at Weathertop. It is biggest danger the hobbits meet on their way to Rivendell after the first threshold crossing and, while they have met with the Ringwraiths a little, this is the first real up close and personal encounter with them that ends in Frodo getting stabbed and Aragorn saving the day. The second belly of the whale is when the fellowship gets stuck in the Mines of Moria. This is the first major danger that they come across after…

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    J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit has various settings throughout the novel, often taking place in the fantasy world of Middle Earth during the Third Age, which many believe the author based off of Britain in the Middle Ages. Bilbo Baggins, along with a rather colossal group of dwarves wanting to reclaim their gold from the dragon Smaug, travel through: Bags End, the Lone-Lands, Rivendell, the Misty Mountains, Mirkwood, and the Lonely Mountain. This audacious novel begins with the venturesome Bilbo…

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    Frodo had a multitude of chances to turn back on his journey. He could have left it at Rivendell with the elves to take, or he could have said he never wanted anything to do with the ring in the first place, however; he didn’t turn back until his mission was fully completed. Frodo Baggins tenacity showed numerous times throughout his entire journey from the second he left the Shire, to the moment he stepped out of Mt. Doom. Although the ring was a burden to him, Frodo fought its power and made…

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    to do was remove the ring so Aragorn could save him. The Ringwraiths were quickly driven away by the appearance of Aragorn and his Martial skill, and the torches he was carrying as those were one of the Ringwraiths few weaknesses. Aragorn could only do so much to help Frodo before it was out of his hands. Though Aragorn was a skilled healer, he was not able to heal Frodo’s wound. A fragment of the blade had broken off and was working it’s way through Frodo’s body and would soon make it to his…

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    In the story bilbo achieves different milestones in the book,i'm here to tell you about three of them, when he stole the ring when they made it to rivendell and when bilbo saved them from the goblins. The first great obstacle Bilbo and the dwarves overcome is the Misty Mountains. As is the case throughout their journey, the farther from home they travel, the greater the danger. The very name of "the Wild" provides a symbolic contrast with what is familiar, tame, and domestic, and the…

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