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This is a story about a Hobbit whose name is Bilbo Baggins One morning thirteen Dwarfs and Gandalf The Wandering Wizard appeared at Bilbos door The Dwarfs wanted Bilbo to help them conquer a dragon named Smaug who had taken over their land When Bilbo woke up the next morning they started out on a journey towards Lonely Mountain Then a thunder storm came upon them and they found a dry cave and slept there for the night Bilbo was awakened by a scraping sound then he saw the stone wall open The group was captured by GoblinsThey found themselves in a large cavern in the mountain The Goblin scowled at them Then Thorin stepped forward and explained to him that they did not mean to trespass Gandolf appeared at the door and freed the group from the goblins The group ran ahead and Bilbo was lost behind themBilbo found an underwater lake and a ring on an island in the lake He found out that the ring made him invisible In the lake also lived a creature named Gollum Gollum was a creature that ate other people Gollum approached Bilbo and Bilbo told him he desired to find a way out They then played a riddle game and if Bilbo won he lived and if he lost he would die Bilbo won the riddle game but Gollum still wanted to eat him But then Bilbo accidentally slipped the ring on his finger and became invisible so he escapedHe met with the group again and walked with them for a few days Gandolf left the group a few days later The ring Bilbo had helped the group through two more circumstances along the journeyThe group made it to the base of Lonely Mountain They then climbed the mountain and found a secret entrance to the inside where Smaug was Thorin and the Dwarfs stayed outside Bilbo went down a hallway and came upon Smaug He
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