Fourth AgeEdit Erebor was a minor place for battle during The War of the Ring. The city took a small hit but it was rebuilt during the Fourth Age with the help of men and all of the Dwarves. With the restoration of the Kingdom under the Mountain the area became prosperous again.
Does Dale get rebuilt?
Three years after the battle, Dale was rebuilt by Bard the Bowman, who had killed the dragon and was the descendant of Girion. Dale soon again enjoyed prosperity: Bard founded the Kingdom of Dale and it gathered men from the Long Lake, the South, and the West.
What happened to the lonely mountain after Thorin died?
After Thorins death, his cousin Dáin II Ironfoot of the Iron Hills became king of Durins folk; and when news reached Durins folk in the Ered Luin that Erebor was retaken, it is believed that most of them moved to the Lonely Mountain. Therefore, Thorins Halls became a sub-realm of Durins folk.
Is Erebor still around in LOTR?
Erebor in The Lord of the Rings With the restoration of the Kingdom under the Mountain the area became prosperous again. In the War of the Ring, an emissary from Sauron, the lord of Mordor, twice came to Erebor and spoke to Dáin Ironfoot, who was still King under the Mountain.
Does Bilbo ever go back to Erebor?
Bilbo did go to Erebor (in the book) when he left Bag End and the Ring. He went there and then came back and settled in Rivendell. But then, in the book there were 16 years between his leaving and the beginning of the War of the Ring so he had plenty of time for a leisurely journey and a good long visit.
How did Bilbo get all his stuff back?
Return to the Shire Bilbo finds his belongings being auctioned off. Bilbo eventually made it back to Hobbiton, where he found an auction taking place at which his relatives, the Sackville-Bagginses, believing him dead, were selling most of his possessions to the other hobbits.
Why did Bilbo give up the ring?
Similar to how Sams humility and loyalty to Frodo allowed him to give it back to Frodo despite having some feelings of wanting to keep it. But Bilbo had owned it for decades and he was being asked to pass it on for no particular reason other than Gandalf thought it would be a good idea.
Did Bilbo get all of his stuff back?
Bilbo may not have spent all of his treasure to buy back his possessions although he did get back some of it but he never got back his silver spoons.
Why didnt the Ring affect Bilbo?
The quickest explanation is that Smeagol was already a bit of an ass before he even found the ring (not murderer material, but still not very pleasant), while Bilbo was carefree and unambitious. Its why there was no noticeable effect on the latter immediately after he found it.