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They were hospitable and delighted this web page parties, and in presents, which they gave away freely and eagerly accepted. It is plain indeed that in spite of later estrangement Hobbits are relatives of ours: far nearer to us than Elves, or even than Dwarves. Of old they spoke the languages of Men, after their own fashion, and liked Clash of clans th12 war base disliked much the same things as Men did. But what exactly our relationship is can no longer be discovered. The beginning of Hobbits lies far back in the Elder Days that are now lost and link. Only the Elves still preserve any records of that vanished time, and their traditions are concerned almost entirely with their own history, in wae Men appear seldom and Hobbits are not mentioned at all. Yet it remake pc space dead clear that Hobbits Clsh, in fact, lived quietly in Middle-earth for many long years lCash other folk became even aware of them. And the world being after Clash of clans th12 war base full of strange creatures beyond count, these little people seemed of very little importance. But in the days of Bilbo, and of Frodo his heir, they suddenly became, by no wish of their own, both important and renowned, and troubled the counsels of the Wise and the Great. Those days, the Third Age of Middle-earth, are now long past, and the shape of all lands has been changed; but the regions in Clash of clans th12 war base Hobbits then lived were doubtless the same as those in which they still linger: the North-West of the Old World, east of the Sea. Of their original home the Hobbits in Bilbos time preserved no knowledge. A love of learning (other than genealogical lore) was far Clash of clans th12 war base general P R O L OGUE 3 among them, but there remained still a few in the older families who studied their books, and even gathered reports of old times and distant lands from Elves, Dwarves, and Men. 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The Harfoots were browner of skin, smaller, and shorter, and they were beardless and bootless; their hands and feet were neat baxe nimble; and they preferred highlands and hillsides. The Stoors were broader, heavier in build; their feet and hands were larger; and they preferred Clash of clans th12 war base lands and riversides. The Fallohides were fairer of skin and also of hair, and they were taller and slimmer than the others; they were lovers of trees and free backgammon online woodlands. The Harfoots had much to do with Dwarves in ancient times, and long lived in the foothills of the mountains. They moved westward early, and roamed over Eriador as far as Weathertop while clwns others were still in Wilderland. They were the most normal and representative variety of Hobbit, and far the most numerous. They were the most inclined to settle in one place, and longest preserved their ancestral habit of living in tunnels and holes. The Stoors lingered long by the banks of the Great River Anduin, and were less shy of Men. They came west after the Harfoots and followed the course of the Loudwater southwards; and there many of them long dwelt between Tharbad and the borders of Dunland before they moved north again. The Fallohides, the least numerous, were a northerly branch. They were more friendly with Elves than the other Hobbits were, and had more skill in language and song than in handicrafts; and of old they preferred hunting to tilling. They crossed the mountains north of Rivendell and came down the River Hoarwell. In Eriador they soon mingled with the other kinds that had preceded them, but being somewhat bolder and more adventurous, they were often found as leaders or chieftains among clans of Harfoots or Stoors. Even in Bilbos time the strong Fallohidish strain could still be noted among aar T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS the greater families, such as the Tooks and the Masters of Buckland.

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