The Hobbit Storyboard - Colton Tse 1st period Endlish
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Bilbo is hosting an unexpected gathering at his house when a bunch of dwarves come to his house. He feeds the dwarves and gives them a place to sleep. They offer to let Bilbo come along but bilbo didn't wake up fast enough and the dwarves leave but Bilbo still follows them.
Bilbo catches up with the dwarves and he has been told to get food for the rest of them and runs into some trolls who want to eat anything that crosses their path. The trolls prepare and start cooking the hobbit and then catches the rest of the dwarves. But as soon as they are about to pop one of the travelers in their mouth, Gandalf comes and saves the group with a blinding light.
The group of dwarves and Bilbo come across a group of orcs and one of them is the one who killed thorin's father. Thorin, being the leader of the group feels that he needs to get revenge for his father and also protect the rest of the group and ends up killing the orc who killed his father.
The group goes to Rivendell, the home of the elves to seek help and guidance along their journey but the leader of the elves sees the dwarfs as an enemy and sends them to his dungeon. But bilbo who is very smart, thinks of a way to float down the river to escape the prison of Rivendell. He thought of the idea to have everyone get into barrels and float down the river.
The group then go tho the lake town to fight the dragon named Smaug that guards the gold in the Lonely mountain. Bilbo now finds out that the gold belongs to the dwarves and they want what's rightfully theirs. But in the process of fighting Smaug, the whole village gets burned down. A man fires the only dart that can penetrate the dragons scales and kills it. The group then team up with Elves and Men to take back the gold against the Orcs and Hounds. Then they reclaim their gold.
After all the action, bilbo gets a share of the gold for coming along the journey and helping the Dwarves get their gold and comes home. He gets accompanied by Gandalf while coming home. As he enters through the door to his hobbit hole, he sees that almost all his belongings are gone because his neighbors and family thought he had died. But with the gold that he had earned, he could buy back most of his belongings.
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