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Hobbiton contains 4 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Advanced Public Transport in Hobbiton
World Census experts captured, tagged, and released trains in order to identify which nations have the most extensive, well-funded public transportation systems.
As a region, Hobbiton is ranked 7,633rd in the world for Most Advanced Public Transport.
|1.||The Incorporated States of Balbo Baggins||Conservative Democracy||“Ancestor”|
|2.||The Hobbit Hole of Mr Hobbit||New York Times Democracy||“You can only come to the morning through the shadows.”|
|3.||The Queendom of Berylla Boffin||Mother Knows Best State||“Ancestress”|
|4.||The Commonwealth of The Party Tree||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“...and stood on a chair under the illuminated tree”|
- : The Kingdom of Aragorn II Elessar of the region Gondolin proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Community of Store departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Rogue Nation of Attacking departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Disputed Territories of Dagor Dagorath departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Protectorate of Tulkas departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Community of Logout departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Queendom of Anybody departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Community of Notices departed this region for The Shire.
- : The Community of Store arrived from The Shire.
- : The Community of Logout arrived from The Shire.
Hobbiton Regional Message Board
Hobbiton, a village in the Shire. Named towards the very end of The Hobbit...
And so they crossed the bridge and passed the mill by the river and came right back to Bilbo's own door.
'Bless me! What's going on?' he cried. There was a great commotion, and people of all sorts, respectable and unrespectable, were thick round the door, and many were going in and out - not even wiping their feet on the mat, as Bilbo noticed with annoyance.
If he was surprised, they were more surprised still. He had arrived back in the middle of an auction! There was a large notice in black and red hung on the gate, stating that on June the Twenty-second Messrs. Grubb, Grubb, and Burrowes would sell by auction the effects of the late Bilbo Baggins Esquire, of Bag-End, Underhill, Hobbiton. Sale to commence at ten o'clock sharp. It was now nearly lunch-time, and most of the things had already been sold, for various prices from next to nothing to old songs (as is not unusual at auctions). Bilbo's cousins the Sackville-Bagginses were, in fact, busy measuring his rooms to see if their own furniture would fit. In short Bilbo was 'Presumed Dead', and not everybody that said so was sorry to find the presumption wrong.
The return of Mr. Bilbo Baggins created quite a disturbance, both under the Hill and over the Hill, and across the Water; it was a great deal more than a nine days' wonder. The legal bother, indeed, lasted for years. It was quite a long time before Mr. Baggins was in fact admitted to be alive again.
...and named again at the very beginning of The Lord of the Rings, and passim.
When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of Bag End announced that he would shortly be celebrating his eleventy-first birthday with a party of special magnificence, there was much talk and excitement in Hobbiton.
Credit for current WFE goes to former founder of the region Hobbiton, Mr Hobbit!
High resolution version of regional flag
J.R.R. Tolkien's own drawing, The Hill: Hobbiton-across-the Water, high resolution version
Article featuring J.R.R. Tolkien's drawings, including the Hobbiton illustration
Baggins family tree by New Zealand artist Daniel Reeve.
Welcome to Hobbiton, Stolkland. Enjoy the dreamy hobbit region.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday Season!
Eat like hobbits, drink like dwarves, sing like elves, dance like Tom Bombadil and Goldberry, round and round under the sun and stars.
It's a season of well-wishes, therefore requesting some embassies with other Tolkien regions.
Greetings from TAO. Just passing through on WalkAbout.
Would like to tarry for a bit but ...
“The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow, if I can,
Pursuing it with eager feet,
Until it joins some larger way
Where many paths and errands meet.
And whither then? I cannot say”
Thank you to those who helped Hobbiton against its zombification. Fog from the Barrow-downs was enveloping everything, it seems, but we made it. The lazy Shirriffs might want to keep a better look-out next year.