The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey As he approaches his 111th birthday, the Hobbit Bilbo begins writing down the entire story of his adventures that took place 60 years ago to his son Frodo.
Prior to Bilbo’s involvement, Dwarf King Thror was able to bring a time of prosperity to his family beneath Lonely Mountain, until Smaug came to. Thorin is astonished to be able to see the Wood-elves of King Thranduil and can see them on the hill nearby. This is the reason for Thorin’s dislike of Elves.
Bilbo 50 is enticed by Gandalf the wizard adept in swindling the Shire, to be the host of the dinner celebration. Orcrist is Glamdring. Gandalf also finds an Elven dagger that is given to Bilbo.
Radagast is the wizard who is the wizard who meets Gandalf along with his companions and recalls their meeting in Dol Guldur where he met the Necromancer. The Necromancer uses dark magic to change Greenwood. The door is only observed during Durin’s Day. Gandalf approaches the White Council, which consists of Elrond and Galadriel. Then, he presents them with the Morgul knife that is a weapon which Radagast the Brown employed to alter the Greenwood through dark magic.
The business is forced to go to the Misty Mountains to confront a dispute with Stone Giants.
The Great Goblin can reveal to the Dwarves Azog is an Orc warchief, who was killed by Thror and then lost his forearm to Thorin in battle in the Dwarven kingdom.
They can view the Lonely Mountain from the distance. Smaug is a sleepy dragon is awoken by a thrush that strikes the rock with the speed of a snail.