Together, they battle trolls, goblins, wargs, dragons, and huge spiders, aided by giant eagles, a skin-changer, a heroic archer, and in the end even by some they were prepared to fight; the elves and the villagers of Lake Town. They traveled through pleasant meadows, perilous mountains, scenic valleys, murky forests, sinister caves, and frigid rivers. At the beginning Bilbo wanted utterly nothing to do with the Dwarves, Gandalf and the whole adventure. However, throughout the book, he gained respect from the Dwarves. His sheltered and comfort filled life was altered dramatically, bringing out character traits he didn’t know he had.
They travel across "Middle Earth" fighting off many "Orcs" and "Black Riders" which are in search of the ring by the orders of the powerful evil "Wizard" Sauron. During their quest, they encounter many ambushes by the "Orcs" which they overcome and usually slay. In some of the ambushes, Frodo uses his ring to become invisible to escape from the "Orcs" and "Black Riders". Boromir asks to see Frodo's ring because he has a yearning for power and authority and then tries to take it from him.
As Bilbo puts the ring on and Gollum runs right past him. Bilbo realizes that the ring makes him invisible, and his whole life as the dwarves’ burglar changes. He uses the ring to help the dwarves escape the spiders and the wood elves. It also helps him when he goes into the den of Smaug. Without the power of the ring to aid him, Bilbo and the dwarves would have been killed fairly early in the story.
In this book Beowulf is responsible of killing three monsters. Grendel, who is a demon looking man who kills for fun. Grendel 's mother who lives in a lair protecting her treasure. And finally the battle that kills Beowulf, the dragon. All of these battles take place in different setting have their own unique attributes that make them special.
Then they were saved by a group of elves that helped them fight off the orcs. Then again the dwarves are not very greatfull for their saviors cause the dwarves have a secret hatred for the elves Then one stormy night they saw two mountains fight. The whole trip was for the dwarves to retrieve and reclaim the treasure stolen by the dragon smaug. The crossing is when gand elf put the marking on bilbo's door to show all the dwarfs that his house was where the meeting was. He then is greeted at the d...
Why is Beowulf considered a hero? In the beginning of the story, a mythical monster named Grendel who is attacking King Hrothgar’s mead hall Herot. When Beowulf hears of this tragedy, he volunteers to go and fight the mythical beast. The author wrote, “So Beowulf chose the mightiest men he could find the bravest and the best of the Geats, fourteen In all.” Once Beowulf arrives, he is given a feast and then decides to stay in Herot overnight to confront Grendel. Grendel then arrives and kills one of the Geats before Beowulf can get into the battle.
Many warriors tried to defeat Grendel, but they all failed and eaten my Grendel. When Grendel came to the Heorot to kill the warrior’s, Beowulf tricked and attacked him with his bare hands, knowing that the swords does not work on him (Beowulf 51). First Beowulf learned Grendel’s attacking style and with that he counter attacked Grendel. Beowulf uses his wisdom wisely in every situation he encounters. When Beowulf fights Grendel's mother, first he looked around his surrounding and “he sights a famous old sword of the giants, which he seizes and thrusts at Grendel’s mother, who falls in helpless death throes” (Foster 1).
He's obsessed with this ring, calling it by the name he uses for himself: "my precious." Bilbo finds the ring escaping being killed by Gollum. This ring helps in battling the Giant Spiders and getting the dwarves out of the Elven King's prison. But the ring is especially needed when the group arrives at Smaug's mountai...
In his day, he was the mightiest man on earth, high-born and powerful…” (Line 196). Beowulf and his men travel to Herot and join in their festivities, and then in the night time, as everyone sleeps, Grendel attacks. Beowulf decides to make it a fair fight and not use any weapons or armor to slay Grendel. Grendel kills many of his men as he first walks in. Beowulf grabs Grendel’s hand and rips his arm completely out of its socket.
Simon before he was murdered had solved the case of the "monster in the cave" which was really just a surviving adult that was insured and moaning in pain. Once Simon figured this out he ran to Jack's group, Jacks groups was startled by this unidentified figure running at them. There savage environment didn't make them think of investigating the object running towards them so instead Jack ordered everyone to attack the object. Be for they realized that it was Simon he was stabbed multiple times and died instantaneously. This is in page 154 it says "Surrounded by a fringe of inquisitive bright creatures, itself a silver shape beneath the steadfast constellations, Simon's dead body moved out toward the open sea".This murder that was totally avoidable brought the evil out of the little children and lead them to murdering another survivor in cold