Who kills Thorin in the book?

In the book, Thorin dies by what is assumed to be some stray arrows and he’s found dead on the battlefield. In the movie, Thorins death is executed beautifully. Filled with emotion and sadness, and it gives Thorin that one final moment of redemption for going mad and becoming an ass. Well done PJ.

How did Fili Kili and Thorin die in the book?

Fili and Kili in the hobbit died while protecting the corpse of Thorin. They were killed using spikes.

What happens to Thorin at the end of the book?

Farewell.” During the battle, Thorin was mortally wounded, but he made his peace with Bilbo before he died. When Thorin died, he was buried with the Arkenstone, and Orcrist was returned and laid upon his tomb. The blade would glow blue should Orcs approach, and they could thus not take the Mountain by surprise.

Do any Dwarves die in the Hobbit book?

In The Hobbit, Thorín Oakenshield has twelve companions: Fili, Kili, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori, Ori, Oín, and Glóin. Of these thirteen Dwarves, three die at the end of the novel in the Battle of the Five Armies: Thorín, Fili, and Kili.

Does AZOG die?

Azog is believed by Thorin to have died of his wounds, but he has survived and plots against the dwarves again, this time seeking revenge on Thorin Oakenshield for cutting off his hand, in contrast to his death at the hands of Dáin Ironfoot.

What happens to Tauriel?

Tauriel’s fate

Tauriel was banished from Mirkwood by Thranduil, so what happens to Tauriel after the Battle of Five Armies remains unknown, although actress Evangeline Lilly stated in an interview that Tauriel returns to Mirkwood.

Does Gilly die in The Hobbit?

Kíli, who is hiding underneath, sees the body of Fíli drop down. He attacks the Orcs in rage, and is later confronted by Bolg. He saves Tauriel from being attacked by Bolg, but is mortally wounded during the fight. Kíli dies with Tauriel by his side.

Does Bard die in The Hobbit?

Bard maintained good relations with the Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain and trade flowed freely up and down the River Running. People came to settle in Dale from miles around and the land that had been withered by Smaug became bountiful once more. Bard died in TA 2977. His son Bain succeeded him as King of Dale.

Did Legolas die?

No, Legolas does not die in The Return of the King. In the appendices, Tolkien reveals that Legolas and Gimli eventually build a boat and sail to the…

Does Thranduil die?

In the Battle of Dagorlad, Thranduil survived, but Oropher was slain. After the Siege of Barad-dûr in SA 3441, when Sauron was defeated, Thranduil led a large amount of his people north back to the Woodland Realm, where he was crowned king.

Is Thorin half elf?

TL;DR: Thorin is half-elf, and Fili and Kili are themselves both part elf and half-human. The two young dwarves represent the union of Elves, Men, and Dwarves that once existed before Dale fell, and which will rise again.

What does Thranduil say to Tauriel?

Thranduil arrives to see Tauriel with her dead love. Tauriel: If this is love, I do not want it. Take it from me. Please.”

Why is Thranduil’s face burned?

Thranduil is a survivor of Doriath, which was destroyed, in part by fire drakes, in 506 FA; it was here that he was burned by a dragon (the ‘serpents of the north’ he mentions). He hides the burn scars with illusions but they’re still there which is why he tells Thorin he knows all about dragon fire.

Does Thranduil have a ring of power?

No, Thranduil does not have a ring of power in The Hobbit. There are three Elven rings of power, and they are worn by Elrond, Galadriel, and Cirdan….

How did Oropher die?

Oropher was one of the Iathrim who later established the Woodland Realm of the Silvan Elves of Greenwood the Great in the Second Age. He was killed at the Battle of Dagorlad and was succeeded by his son, Thranduil.

Was Thranduil a ring bearer?

Expanding on Edlothiad’s detailed answer, it should also be noted that the bearers of the Elven rings were all, at a time or another, members of the White Council, while Thranduil was not.

Did Thranduil fight dragons?

((EDIT: The Silmarillion states that Sindarin elves did not fight in the War of Wrath, so Thranduil was not involved in the battle. However, it’s possible that he witnessed dragons that wandered away from the battle itself, perhaps to attack elvish refugees?

Did Thranduil get his gems?

In the end, after Thranduil finally agrees to fight in the Battle of the Five Armies, and helps the dwarves prevail against the evil that comes out of Angmar, he is given back the jewels by Bard, who has claimed them as a fourteenth share of the treasure, as was promised him by Thorin.

Was Deagol a ring bearer?

Déagol and Sméagol apparently lived in an extended family under a Matriarch. He became the third bearer of the One Ring, after Isildur, when he found it in the Gladden river (a tributary to the Anduin) with his cousin Sméagol.

Why does Gandalf wear ring of fire?

Gandalf was given Narya by Círdan the Shipwright because he believed that Gandalf had the highest inner greatness of all the Istari (Wizards). The scene is described in The Silmarillion: Take now this Ring, for thy labours and thy cares will be heavy, but in all it will support thee and defend thee from weariness.

Is Thranduil in the White Council?

Thranduil aided members of the Council at the end of the Third Age by holding the captured Gollum, and allowing Gandalf to interrogate the prisoner. As one of the most important Elf-lords of Middle-earth, it would seem surprising for Thranduil to have been omitted from the White Council.

Does Sméagol have a brother?

But Sméagol’s early life was already influenced by living with or near his grandmother. He had no close friends other than Déagol, and that seems to imply he had no brothers or sisters. In the end Sméagol has nothing to draw him back from the Ring.