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Bilbo Baggins has played a very important role in this novel by being the rescuer of the dwarves at several different occasions and has undergone a drastic change in his personality and inner being from a hobbit content in his comfortable hobbit hole having good food and blowing smoke rings to someone who experiences all many difficulties of life and turns out to be brave hero for the dwarves This hobbit though at the starting was thought to be not worth much by the dwarves eventually turned out to be the most important member of the team that was on a long and perilous journey to retrieve their lost treasure Firstly he finds a ring in the Misty Mountains that makes one invisible and with the help of that he saves all the dwarves from being eaten by the great spiders of Mirkwood Forest Then he again gets the dwarves out of the prisons of Elvenking the king of the elves And lastly he is the one who secures peace between the stuck up dwarves who refuse to divide the treasure between the people of Dale and the elves Besides playing an important role in the novel Bilbo changes from a timid unadventurous hobbit to a hobbit experiencing thrills kills and all sorts of unexpected things At the start of the novel Bilbo was a wealthy hobbit respected by his neighbors because of his non-adventurous qualities and because he never did or say anything unexpected But one night a group of dwarves and a wizard lured him into an adventure which completely changed him from a hobbit who always wished to be at home having a late breakfast in his lawn to one who is up to any challenge including daring to go close enough to Smaug the deadly dragon and making mature decisions such as the one where he decided to steal the dwarves most precious treasure the Arkenstone as a way to restore
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