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The HOBBIT: Episode 6
This is the 6th episode of my story-project The Hobbit. (This time I didn't find Gandalf's sword Glamdring, so it will be replaced by a sword from Minifigures series 6) Hope you enjoy - and please rate and comment!
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"Excellent!" said Gandalf, as he stepped from behind a tree, and helped Bilbo climb down out of a thorn-bush.


Then Bilbo understood. It was the wizard's voice that had kept the trolls bickering and quarrelling, until the light came and made an end of them.


The next thing was to untie the sacks and let out the dwarves.


They were nearly suffocated, and very annoyed: They had not at all enjoyed lying there listening to the trolls making plans for roasting them and mincing them.


Some of them had to hear Bilbo's account of what had happened to him twice over, before they were satisfied.


"Silly time to go practising pinching and pocket-picking," said Bombur, "when what we wanted was fire and food!"


"And that's just what you wouldn't have got of those fellows without a struggle, in any case," said Gandalf.


"Anyhow you are wasting time now. Don't you notice that the trolls must have a cave or a hole dug somewhere near to hide from the sun in? We must look into it!"


They searched about, and soon Kili and Fili found the marks of trolls' stony boots going away through the trees.


They followed the tracks up the hill, until hidden by bushes they came to a big cave.


Inside there were bones on the floor and a nasty smell was in the air; but there was a good deal of food jumbled carelessly on shelves and on the ground...


...among an untidy litter of plunder, of all sorts from brass buttons to pots full of gold coins standing in a corner.


There were lots of clothes, too hanging on the walls - too small for trolls, I am afraid they belonged to victims...


..and among them were several swords of various makes, shapes, and sizes.


Two caught their eyes particulary, because of their beautiful scabbards and jewelled hilts. gandalf and thorin each took one of these.


Bilbo took a knife in a leather sheath. It would have made only a tiny pocket knife for a troll, but it was as good as a short sword for a hobbit.


"These look like good blades," said the wizard, half drawing them and looking at them curiously. "They were not made by any troll, nor by a smith among men in these parts and days; but when we can read the runes on them, we shall know more about them."


"Let's get out of this horrible smell!" said Ori.


So they carried out the pots of coins, and such food as was untouched and looked fit to eat, also one barrell of ale which was still full.


When that was done, they all mounted once more, and jogged along again on the path towards the east.




"Where did you go to, if I may ask?" said Thorin to Gandalf as they rode along. "And what brought you back in the nick of time?"


"I went on to spy out our road. it will soon become dangorous and difficult. Also I was anxious about replenishing our small stock of provisions.


I had not gone very far, however, when I met a couple of friends of mine from Rivendell. They were hurrying along for fear of the trolls.


It was they who told me that three of them had come down from the mountains and settled in the woods not far from the road: they had frightened everyone away from the district, and they waylaid strangers.


I immediately had a feeling that i was wanted back. Looking behind I saw a fire in the distance and made for it.


So now you know. please be more careful, next time, or we shall never get anywhere!"
"Thank you!" said Thorin.


They did not sing or tell stories that day. They had begun to feel that danger was not far away on either side.


When they went on, they saw that the great mountains had marched down near to them. Already they seemed only a day's easy journey from the feet of the nearest.


"Is that The Mountain?" asked Bilbo in a solemn voice, looking at it with round eyes. He had never seen a thing that looked so big before.


"Of course not!" said Balin. "That is only the beginning of the Misty Mountains, and we have got to get through, or over, or under those somehow, before we can come into Wilderland beyond. And it's a deal of a way even from the other side of them to the Lonely Mountain in the East where Smaug lies on our treasure."


Now Gandalf led the way. "We must not miss the road, or we shall be done for. We need food for one thing, and rest in reasonable safety. hidden somewhere ahead of us is the fair valley of Rivendell where Elrond lives in the Last Homely House. I sent a message by my friends, and we are expected."


Altogether it was a very slow business following the track, even led by Gandalf, who seemed to know his way about very well.


They came to the edge of a steep fall in the ground so suddenly that Gandalf's horse nearly slipped down the slope.


"Here it is at last!" he called, and the others gathered round him and looked over the edge.


"Rivendell!"


To be continued



Comments

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  March 31, 2014
Awesome! I just found this today! I'm working on reading the series!
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  April 30, 2013
WOW... This is a great comic. I've been reading through the series. You are such a talented builder!!!!! This Rocks!
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  June 23, 2012
So cool! Love the many details and textures! Excellent work!
Michael Kringe
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Patrick ---L
  June 17, 2012
Thank you for joining the Medieval Lands. Please add your Medieval creations and LOTR creations to the group and if you can please stay active. Thank you!
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  June 11, 2012
Love this episode Michael,Like the way you made the dwarves look like they were bagged also glad I joined the Fellowship of the Brick :)
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  May 26, 2012
Awesome! The cave is amazing, great episode!
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  May 18, 2012
How could I miss this I didn't have SWTOR when you posted this so I wasn't hook for it. :3 Anyway great work Michael! :D
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  April 30, 2012
Impressive work! How could I miss this?... Amazing chapter!
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  April 30, 2012
Quoting Thomas . I'm really impresed... That's a great work of yours! I can feel the Hobbit climate, build is very nice, great minifigs and superb photo editing! I'll check out previous episode and look forward for next!!!
Thanks, Thomas!
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  April 29, 2012
I'm really impresed... That's a great work of yours! I can feel the Hobbit climate, build is very nice, great minifigs and superb photo editing! I'll check out previous episode and look forward for next!!!
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  April 25, 2012
Michel kringe love the creation please help speard the word on the oscar contest the you joined a while back. Ever one on the page please check out a contest called the oscar contest i made it i got 14members but i need more
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  April 23, 2012
Great job! Your photos are Superb mine stink.
Michael Kringe
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~~Patrick~~ .
  April 14, 2012
Another very good part, I agree with Space Gypsy, Rivendell is amazing!
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  April 14, 2012
The two last photos are amazing. Another fantastic episode.
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  April 13, 2012
Recreating the entire book seems pretty ambitious, but you've done a good job of it.
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  April 10, 2012
Great work with the backgrounds, I love the mini-scale Rivendel, too. ~Ryan
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  April 7, 2012
Very interesting. I like the use of backdrops.
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  April 6, 2012
I´m about to read the book again, but this is equally good! My tip to you this time, Imoor the dragon :) Smaug maybe needs some inspiration for the future episodes? Regards Dave
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  April 6, 2012
Great :) I am using you for inspiration:)
  April 5, 2012
All in all this is pretty thrifty lego work. I don't know about your collection, but creating a lego work to encompass the hobbit is something I could never do. You managed to capture the gist of it with legos while not going broke over the whole thing. Well done, especially with the trolls cave.
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  April 5, 2012
Well done! Pretty crafty with those backgrounds!
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  April 5, 2012
Nice job with the backgrounds, rivendell looks great
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  April 5, 2012
Quoting Mr Viking Another great episode! I like the troll's cave! What sword do you normally use for Glamdring?
the wizard sword from brickforge.
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  April 5, 2012
Quoting Josh.O Shadeslayer Wow:) rivendell is amazing. hey are you planning to do LOTR if not Can i ?
Of course you can! (And you can always check out my series for inspiration)
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  April 5, 2012
This episode is fantastic! The builds are amazing:) 5/5!
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  April 5, 2012
Great job Michael I love the back rounds!!!!!
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  April 5, 2012
Very nice, Michael! I love this episode! Great job with the builds!
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  April 5, 2012
Wow:) rivendell is amazing. hey are you planning to do LOTR if not Can i ?
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  April 5, 2012
Another great episode! Great builds! =D
Michael Kringe
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Aidan Moon
  April 4, 2012
I love the cave!
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  April 4, 2012
awesome as always
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  April 4, 2012
epic! awesome photography!
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  April 4, 2012
Simply wonderful Michael! As I've said before I love your dwarves
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  April 4, 2012
Wonderful continuation of the Hobbit! Love everything especially the mini Rivendell! Can't wait for the rest of the story!!!!!
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  April 4, 2012
Another great episode! I like the troll's cave! What sword do you normally use for Glamdring?
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  April 4, 2012
Same comment every time: great figs, great set, great story, great pictures. MORE MORE MORE! Awesome job Michael!
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  April 4, 2012
This is a wonderful project you have going! It follows the real story line well too! Wonderful to end this episode with that shot of Riverdale... which is a sweet build! :)
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  April 4, 2012
Very nice.
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  April 4, 2012
We had to wait for this episode for some time, but it was definitely worth waiting for.
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  April 4, 2012
Yay! Another episode! I get to read the Hobbit for school next week. The only time in my life I've wanted a week of school to come so badly...
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  April 4, 2012
wow really great job!! I think this is a great Idea!!!!!
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  April 4, 2012
Eine schöne Folge! Very nice job :)
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  April 4, 2012
Cool! nicely done!
 
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