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From an interview with Richard Armitage (he plays Thorin): I think knowing that his father and his grandfather have been touched by this dragon sickness. Thorin thought that the Hobbit took the oportunity to scape from the goblins and go back to his home, but suddenly Bilbo appeared and Thorin. Exploration of Portrayals of Romantic Relationships between Bilbo Baggins and Thorin Oakenshield in Fanfiction. 1. Bagginshield: An.
One night, he realized that Bilbo was trying to leave. Bofur unsuccessfully convinces Bilbo to leave, as he's part of the company. He unintentionally hurts Bofur's feelings and tries to apologize.
He just encourages Bilbo with all the luck in the world before they are captured by the trolls. Bofur also points out Bilbo's disappearance to Thorin and relieved to be free. He gets angry that Bilbo's leading them into the cellars and his idea of the barrels.
As of the Quest continues, Bofur stays behind, Bilbo asks where he is, but the dwarf had drunk too much. After they are victims of Lake-town's destruction, Bilbo reunites with Bofur and the others but warn them they need to leave because of Thorin's madness.
They originally had a scene together in The Battle of the Five Armies, in which Bofur encourages Bilbo to leave Erebor, saying goodbye to him, knowing it would be the last time they would see each other. Bofur also helped Bilbo escape from Erebor to the battlefield, seeing him off for a second time.
After the Battle at the funeral, Bofur tearfully says good-bye to the Hobbit, and invites him and the other dwarves to "come in and don't bother knocking.
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The hobbit was awkward when they first and found it odd that a dwarf was there. At first, Dwalin doubted Bilbo and his skills, but eventually came to respect Bilbo. He put a protective arm over Bilbo when they were hunted and Radagast was distracting the Wargs.
Relieved that he was alive, and even helped Bilbo regain his footing when he was about to fall off of the Misty Mountains Dwalin defended Bilbo and the unconscious Thorin when Azog finally cornered them. Sometimes, the hobbit can get annoyed by Dwalin's distrust in Bard the Bowman, and sometimes just annoyed by Dwalin himself.
Bilbo says he's grown very fond of them. In the Incident on Ravenhill, Dwalin charges at Orcs that were about to kill the hobbit, and also says his goodbye to Bilbo at the end of the final film.
Bilbo says that he can eat his out of food whenever they come to visit. Bard Bilbo met Bard when he and the company were 'attacked' in Bard's "raid".
He seems to have no problem with distrust, unlike Dwalin. Bilbo is also the one aware of Bard's name. He also seems annoyed by how the dwarves don't respect him at all. During Bilbo's time when he gives away the Arkenstone, Bard is fond of Bilbo by smiling when he jokes about being sorry about stealing the keys under the nose of his guard.
He is also fear for Bilbo's safety when Thorin almost kills Bilbo. The Dwarves Bilbo thought that the dwarves were messy and ruining all his prized possessions. They all want Bilbo to be their burglar and lucky number in the end but some of them doubted Bilbo would return. Gandalf said that the dwarves and Bilbo would get to know each other and become friends.
He offered them food for the supper and the afternoon tea in the book.
Most of them were worried that Bilbo was not around when the spiders attacked them. His idea of them fallowing through the barrels was thought to be insane until Thorin told them to do as Bilbo said. They all hope that Bilbo will find the Arkenstone, but then Ori worried that Bilbo was being burnt alive by Smaug.
They did manage to get back in to Bilbo's aid. Enemies Smaug Bilbo fears and dislike Smaug. He tends to taunt Bilbo in some numerous ways: His titles are declared "lovely" and even Smaug is impressed with these as well. Smaug attacks Bilbo nearly six times. The first was when he was running from him. The second was when Bilbo outran the beast. The third time was almost attacking Bilbo and his companions. The fourth time was the attack on Bilbo, Thorin and Balin.
The fifth time was also an attack on Bilbo at the pillars before Thorin shouted to unleash the water. Thorin at first was scared to death when Bilbo risked his protection for Thorin's own and hugged Bilbo and now accepted him as a friend, as well as his courage and bravery.
By the time of the Second film, Thorin is caring and protective of Bilbo and concerned when Bilbo is no longer present with them. He trusted Bilbo was their only hope and even agreed with the hobbit for using barrels as an escape and half-surprised Bilbo had aggressiveness in him. Thorin was not acting himself, becoming cold and remorseless for Bilbo to get burned alive by Smaug.
He eventually saved Bilbo, with the dwarves aiding Thorin. Bilbo was forced by Balin as Thorin let himself be burned by Smaug's fire.
Finally calls Bilbo by his first name for the first time. In the time, when Bilbo falls and is on the floor, Thorin shouts for Bilbo to run. Thorin is suspicious of Bilbo but softens up when he realized that it was an acorn in Bilbo's hands. Later, Thorin appears to be like a guardian to Bilbo despite what he said in Bag End whenever Bilbo is in trouble and drops his weapons While Bilbo was stalling the trolls, Thorin showed one trust that he was stalling the trolls to be frozen in the Sun's light.
Thorin saves Bilbo's life when they are on the cliff again. Gandalf replying, "Bilbo is here. It was implying that Thorin was angry at Bilbo for trying to get killed.
This anger was proved wrong as Thorin caught the hobbit by surprise and embraced Bilbo in a long-term hug and both look at each other and out to the sunrise in the sight of the Lonely Mountain. The Desolation of Smaug Thorin eventually cared and also to be protective of Bilbo.
It is when Bilbo mysteriously is nowhere to be found. Bofur informs him of Bilbo's disappearance, which makes Thorin look worried about the hobbit's whereabouts.
After his disagreement with Thranduil, Thorin had to rely on Bilbo to rescue them. Bilbo does eventually get them out by stealing a set of keys and frees them all. Most of the dwarves are reluctant to go with Bilbo's plans to go escape via barrels. It was only Thorin who understood Bilbo's plans even after Bilbo pleaded with Thorin through his eyes and orders them to as he says.