Some of the characters of J.R.R. Tolkien’s book “The Hobbit”
Bilbo Baggins, the Hobbit, the titular character and protagonist of the book.
Gandalf the Grey, a wizard who urges Bilbo Baggins to team up with the dwarves on an “unexpected journey”
Saruman the White, a confidant of Gandalf
Gollum, an ugly subterranean creature who Bilbo meets in the Misty Mountains
Smaug the dragon, who hoards gold stolen from the dwarves
Balin, an ancient dwarf and Bilbo’s particular friend
Bifur, one of the Dwarves who accompanies Thorin.
Bombur, a Dwarf famed for his immense bulk
Dori, seemingly a youngish Dwarf, and arrives at Bilbo’s hole just in time for some tea.
Dwalin, Balin’s brother and companion of Thorin
Fili, one of the youngest Dwarves in Thorin’s company
Gloin, one of the twelve Dwarves of Thorin’s company
Kili, presumably Fili’s brother and one of the youngest of Thorin’s companions
Nori, one of the Dwarves in Thorin’s band
Oin, another of Thorin’s company
Ori, yet another Dwarf in Thorin’s troupe
Thorin, leader of the band of dwarves
Bolg, one of the main antagonists. He is a fierce, evil Orc (possibly an Uruk) whose father Azog was slain in Moria. Bolg wants to avenge his father, but he is himself slain.
Beorn the Shapeshifter, who assists Gandalf and the Dwarves after the perils of the Misty Mountains.
Elven-King of Mirkwood; the father of Legolas Greenleaf and initially Thorin’s enemy
Elrond, one of the principal protagonists of The Hobbit, and a master of runes