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Bilbo knew Gandalf already before the story started. He did not know him like a friend, but he had heard about him. So they officially met and. A man comes searching for Bilbo but cannot find him until the hobbit remembers to take off his magic ring. Bilbo is carried back to the camp where Gandalf waits. So was rewatching the movies this weekend with my wife and I wondered how Gandalf's relationship with Bilbo and Frodo differed. To simplify.
During this time, Bilbo grew fond of his life as a wealthy bachelor and acquired a reputation for respectability that the neighbors admired.
Gandalf invited Bilbo on an unspecified adventure, which was flatly refused by the hobbit, who bade the wizard a "Good morning", and went inside.
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Undeterred, Gandalf continued in his plan, sending thirteen dwarvesled by Thorin Oakenshieldto Bag End the very day. These dwarves, needing an additionally member for their companyinitially came by pairs, and lastly with Gandalf, who had himself selected Bilbo as the best person for the dwarves' job. The dwarves explained to Bilbo their background and purpose; that they were among the Dwarves of Erebor who had been forced from the Lonely Mountain when the dragon Smaug attacked and taken up residence there.
They now had determined to reclaim the mountain, and needed a "burglar" to help them in situations requiring stealth. Bilbo reluctantly agreed to go, and the next morning they set off from The Green Dragon Inn. After approximately one month since their outset, Gandalf disappeared. At the fire were three Stone-trollsTom, Bert, and William. Bilbo attempted to snatch something from the trolls to bring back to the Dwarves, to show that he was a first class burglar. However, he was caught by William, but he escaped and was helpless to prevent all the dwarves from being captured when they came looking for him.
Fortunately for the dwarves, Gandalf returned and saved them all by imitating the trolls' voices and tricking the trolls into arguing with one another until daybreak, which turned them all to stone. After rescuing the party, the wizard led Bilbo and the party to the trolls' cavewhich the trolls had used to hide their treasure and shield themselves from the sun during the daylight hours.
In the cave, a number of weapons were found, Glamdring Beater and Orcrist Biter among them. Bilbo took an Elvish dagger from the trolls' collection, no longer than a small knife in size, which he would later name Sting. He kept it with him for the rest of his adventure, wearing it inside his breeches. During their visit Bilbo met Lord Elrondand became enchanted with the Elves.
Elrond explained that the swords were forged in Gondolin and were named Orcrist and Glamdring. When inspecting the map Elrond found Moon letters that spoke of the side-door of Erebor, which read: Stand by the grey stone when the thrush knocks, and the setting sun with the last light of Durin's Day will shine upon the keyhole. It was here the company, after taking shelter in what they took to be a simple cave, were captured by goblins and taken to Goblin-town.
With Gandalf's help, they escaped from the Great Goblin and his servants. Dorihowever, who was carrying Bilbo, was grabbed from behind by a goblin, and in the ensuing struggle Bilbo lost consciousness and was inadvertently left by his companions. He eventually stumbled upon a small ring, but thought nothing of it, and put it in his back pocket.
Although he did not know it, this lost trinket was the One Ringforged by Sauron many years ago. Bilbo soon encountered Gollumwho had been in possession of the Ring for over five hundred years. The two challenged each other to a game of riddles with the condition that Gollum would show the way out if Bilbo won. However, Gollum was not satisfied with Bilbo's final riddle, and while mourning his loss, found that his Ring was gone. Gollum then paddled back on his boat towards Bilbo, who he then accused of stealing his precious, but Bilbo had vanished.
Bilbo was soon reunited with his companions. Bilbo and the travellers had stopped for the night when goblins and a pack of wargs found them near a patch of pine trees.
Characterization: Relationship between Bilbo and Gandalf
The dwarves, Bilbo, and Gandalf climbed up the trees to escape, but the goblins were not going to leave without killing them. They started to burn the trees down. The Warg Chieftain was ordering the other wargs around when Gandalf picked up a pinecone, and with his magic set it ablaze in a green fire. He threw it down hitting the chieftain.
It rolled around on the ground burning while Gandalf threw more and more pinecones down. The goblins and wargs fled and the group was rescued by eagles.
When an eagle grabbed Dori, Bilbo had to jump and grab Dori's legs before he was forgotten. This prompted Bilbo to groan "My arms! My poor arms," and Dori to cry, "My legs! Beorn learned their story and gave a large number of provisions to help their quest. Beorn also lent several ponies to be used until the group reached Mirkwood. However, Beorn did not fully trust the dwarves, so Bilbo saw Beorn giving careful watch to see that his ponies were unharmed.
Eventually the company reached Mirkwood, where the ponies were let go to several of the dwarves discontent and Gandalf left the group as well, warning them, "Do not stray off the path. Eventually the provisions ran low and the Company was forced to send Bilbo up a tree to see where the forest ended. Bilbo climbed up a tree, where a rewarding breeze of cool air and butterflies met him.
Bilbo only saw more forest, so when he reluctantly climbed back down, he did not see that the forest ended. He reported his findings to the dwarves, where they met the news with ill comfort, angry that the dwarves were fatter than Bilbo and so could not climb the trees to feel cool air or see the butterflies.
Eventually the last provisions were eaten. The Company then came upon the Enchanted streamof which they had been warned not to drink by Beorn. He adopted his orphaned nephew after Primula and Drogo, Frodo's parents, died in the Brandywine River. Bilbo loved Frodo like his own son since he did not have children of his own. Bilbo told his nephew stories with his adventures with Thorin Oakenshieldleading Frodo to pretend to be his uncle on his own.
However, he never told Frodo the full story, and even wrote the Red Book to share the true story to Frodo. Later, Frodo tried to take Bilbo's book while he is writing and a portrait of Bilbo when he was young.
Also, Bilbo did not have the heart to ask Frodo to come with him to Rivendell, showing that he wanted to bring his nephew along. However, he did not have the heart to, since Frodo loved the Shire. Even though Frodo was suspicious of Bilbo, he showed a very small contempt and was sadden that Bilbo left for Rivendell. Bilbo later gave Frodo Sting and his Mithril shirt for him to use during his quest.
Bilbo nearly killed Frodo due to seeing the Ring again, but he immediately broke down into tears, guilty for putting that burden on Frodo, who instead of being upset, comforted his uncle as he cried. When Bilbo asked of the Ring, Frodo, to spare his uncle's feelings, said he lost it. Sackville-Baggins Bilbo detests his cousins as much as they dislike him. He especially strongly disliked Lobelia because she tried to steal his own spoons that once belonged to his family.
He especially is mad when they are auctioning off his things before he steals his house back. After Bilbo adopted Frodo, his cousin Otho had not been Bilbo's heir anymore and Frodo became his own. They had a big family feud that would last for the last years until Frodo and Lobelia made peace with each other, ending their feud.
First meetings were no taken lightly. Thorin had judged and doubted Bilbo way too much. They first met in Bag End, where Thorin was not impressed with the hobbit.
While Bilbo was stalling the trolls, Thorin showed one trust that he was stalling the trolls to be frozen in the Sun's light. Bilbo killed the Orc that would kill Thorin.
Bilbo then proceeds in protecting Thorin's body. This anger was proved wrong. It was just a fury out of worry Thorin caught the hobbit by surprise and embraced Bilbo in a long-term hug and both look at each other and out to the sunrise in the sight of the Lonely Mountain. Their relationship is stronger in The Desolation of Smaug.The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey - Bilbo meets Gandalf
Thorin eventually cared and to be protective of Bilbo. It is when Bilbo mysteriously is nowhere to be found. Bofur informs him of Bilbo's disappearance, which makes Thorin look worried about the hobbit's whereabouts. After his disagreement with Thranduil, Thorin had to rely on Bilbo to rescue them.
Bilbo does eventually get them out by stealing a set of keys and frees them all. Most of the dwarves are reluctant to go with Bilbo's plans to go escape via barrels. It was only Thorin who understood Bilbo's plans even after Bilbo pleaded with Thorin through his eyes and orders them to as he says. After they leave, Thorin gave a thankful recognition. He realized Bilbo did something incredibly stupid to make Smaug awoken.
After it got worse, Balin, tired about Thorin's arrogance and stubbornness, begged him to go in there and save Bilbo, but Thorin was reluctant. Balin knows that Thorin had become fond of Bilbo and started to care about him. He decides to do the right thing and save Bilbo. Thorin came for Bilbo in the end. Thorin also protected Bilbo from Smaug until the other dwarves came in.
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Risked his life rather than wanting harm to befall upon Bilbo, He also starts to call Bilbo by his first name, as a friend like he'd s done with the other company members. In the time, when Bilbo falls and is on the floor, Thorin shouts for Bilbo to run before Smaug could hurt him. Their relationship is strained when Thorin allows the gold sickness to overcome him. He was later hurt and felt betrayed that Bilbo gave away the Arkenstone. However, they eventually make up by the end of the movie, but Thorin passes on while Bilbo survives.
Gandalf Gandalf became friends with Bilbo and chose the hobbit to be the luck fourteenth member. The Istar is very fond and protective of Bilbo, even becoming his protector, mentor and a father figure. He also worries when Gandalf is not with them when Gandalf told them to wait at the overlook.
They reunite the night before the Battle takes place where both are in a short, yet happy reunion. After the Arkenstone trade, Gandalf worries what will happen to Bilbo when Thorin finds out what he's done.
Eventually, Gandalf tells Thorin to let Bilbo go. Gandalf refuses for Bilbo to go and worries that he'll hurt himself. Bilbo still defies him. After Thorin's death, Gandalf comforts the mourning hobbit and travels with him in the return journey. The wizard already figured out Bilbo had the ring ever since they escaped the Goblin Tunnels.
Gandalf comes right out and says he is very fond of him, but a "[small] fellow in a wide world. He visited Bilbo from time to time and supported him when he turned years old. He seems to care about and becomes fond of Bilbo more than the other dwarves do. Almost seeing Bilbo faint, he asked if he was alright, which was not.
When Bilbo came after changing his mind to fallow the dwarves until the end, Balin smiled at the hobbit's signature.
Balin was glad to see him alive and coming to their rescue. Near the journey's end, Bilbo is accompanied by Balin half-way. The latter tells Bilbo that he doesn't know what awaits him but advises Bilbo not to wake the dragon. Additionally, the courage of hobbits never ceases to amaze Balin.