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Bilbo's Chance vs. Fate
When Bilbo was captured Gollum it was more of a chance that he got free. He randomly guessed on one knowing that he will have a chance of getting it right. It was also some fate that he knew how to answer some of his hard riddles.

Throughout Bilbo's adventure was more of fate than chance. He was from the Took family line. As is stated, the Took line occasionally had a member that went on a crazy adventure. He just so happened that Bilbo was part of this family.

When Bilbo finds the ring, it gives him the chance of being a really good "burglar". Bilbo finding that ring was also fate, too because he found something that could help him on the way of finding that gold.

The Hobbit's Chance vs. Fate
While most of the events in this book are by chance, Bilbo's finding of the ring seemed to be by fate. The characters are ostensibly ruled by fate.

When Bard killed Smaug, it was more of fate than chance. He was the descendant of the King of Dale. It was in his blood to do great things, like slay a horrible dragon.



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