In The Hobbit, J.R.R Tolkein puts his characters in settings filled with limitless creativity. Take the examples above, for instance. Bilbo's Hobbit hole is a place special to him only. It represents comfort and a simple life. The mountains are a huge range of goblin-infested caves and shows how dangerous it is to let your guard down. The forest is a huge, dense mess filled with spiders and Wood Elves. No one has ever come out alive, whether they got lost and starved to death or mauled by spiders.
The Lands of the Hobbits. I wish I could wake up and have this whole adventure be nothing but a dream.
This cave was a big part of our adventure. We were attacked by goblins and I found the Ring of Invisibility.
This is Mirkwood. The forest that we got hopelessly lost in and where we got attacked by Wood Elves. It seems that bad luck always has a way of finding us.
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