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At the end of his one hundred and eleventh birthday Bilbo Baggins mysteriously disappears or so he citizens of Hobbiton had thought Bilbo merely slipped his most prized possession on his finger a golden ring that he won through a game of riddles from the creature Gollum nearly sixty years before Being of special powers unknown to Bilbo except for it being able to transform him invisible the ring was used occasionally and kept at his house in Bag End After Bilbo slips away from the crowd he gets his belongings and leaves for Rivendell an ancient Elvish residency Bilbo therefore leaves his house at Bag End to his nephew Frodo along with most of his possessions including the ring although this is no ordinary ring This is a ring of power A ring in which only the Dark Lord Sauron can use to obtain its fullest capacity On the ring in elvish script it is written One ring to rule them all One ring to bind them One ring to find them all and in the darkness bind them With this ring Sauron can mold all of Middle-Earth to his will Middle-Earth would be an extremely dark and dangerous place It is up to Frodo along with eight other companions to take a journey to the fiery depths of Mount Doom to cast the ring into the fiery chasm whence it came and destroy evil from enduring forever In the movie The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Frodo Baggins makes countless decisions on what to do with this situation that he has found himself in Hes not an adventurous person In fact he has never been out of the Shire the place where all of the hobbits live before he was given the ring But he decides to take the ring to Mount Doom to destroy the ring Being only three and a half feet tall hobbits this says
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