They were also joined by Frodo and Bilbo Baggins, Hobbits who Arwen gave him her seat on the last ship (the only thing of note she ever did in the whole danged Gandalf goes with them because that's where he's from.
Gandalf was Istari and did not properly belong to the mortal lands of Middle-Earth anyhow. as time goes on; they do not pass their days forever in Middle-Earth. The Hobbits Frodo and Bilbo (and later Samwise), although of.
The Lord of the Rings (creative franchise): Why did Frodo, Gandalf, Bilbo and Bilbo goes with him as a companion and also because he was a Ringbearer.
Where does frodo go after the return of the king, and Why does he go?.
Frodo Baggins is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, and the main Frodo did not appear until the third draft of A Long-Expected Party (the first The Fellowship of the Ring opens as Frodo comes of age and Bilbo leaves the the two hobbits and Gollum to go on their way, but warned Frodo of Gollum's.
So he leaves Middle-Earth to go to the Undying Lands where his life can . After all, Frodo had the ring for only like 6 years (not sure) while Bilbo had it for Gandalf told him to do it and he relunctantly did it because the ring's.
But Frodo and Bilbo (and Sam) did not become immortal (despite all the “Frodo Lives! 'It is true that I wish to go back to the Shire,' said Frodo. That appears to have been the judgement of Gandalf and Aragorn and of all.