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  • Steve

    I am such a nerd. I knew every one of these.

    • That’s wonderful! I was familiar with most of these hobbits, but it was exciting to be able to learn about new characters.

      • Arandompersonn

        Haha I knew every single one of these! 🙂

  • rajimus123

    i have a small tolkien nerd in me that needs to be nurtured more with these lists haha. it’s so sad, i love the mythology of Tolkien’s universe but I’ve tried reading the Hobbit and first LotR so many times. the farthest i make it is like chapter 3

    • I absolutely encourage you to try reading The Hobbit again, or get a recording of it and listen if that would be easier for you. 🙂

  • Hobbit Friend

    Awesome list that makes me sad that Tolkien isn’t alive to write more stories about these wonderful people.

    This information was news to me, “Also, there are three kinds of hobbits: Fallohides, Harfoots, and Stoors, each with their own characteristics but which were all bred out with the introduction marrying outside your strain.”

    Who new Hobbits used to be purebreds. 😉

  • This is a list that probably should be under (fake) history. I learned hobbits have a glorious, if fiction, history and proud heritage. It is just amazing the Mr. Tolkien could devote some much time and energy into creating a world that is so full of historic presence.

  • auto devis

    These books are an amazing read even for those who prefer movies to books.

  • Zachary Gillette

    Technically, no Hobbits actually exist.

    • Thank you for your constructive criticism.

    • CBomb

      Astute observation.