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No. There would be some reference to the Elves and Men mixing there. But there is not. They are separate races, and though they trade, they are not related.

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Q: In the book 'The Hobbit' are the Lake men and the Wood elves relatives?
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In The Hobbit where is the elves' wine made?

In the Hobbit, King Thranduil of Mirkwood, the Wood Elves' king, liked his wine from Dorwinion. His wine was also imported by the Elves of Mirkwood in barrels down the Forest River from Long lake.


Why were the travelers actually glad to be captured by the Wood-elves in The Hobbit?

They were tired and hungry with no food or water. At least with the elves, they were fed.Because they had lost their way in Mirkwood and were on the brink of starvation.


How many elves are in 'The Hobbit'?

This question is difficult to answer, since they aren't always mentioned as individuals. In several scenes, we are simply told that elves were doing something, without being told how many. The number of elves at Rivendell is probably not all that great, since it is described as a single house (although presumably a large one). The wood elves are rather more numerous, sending an impressive army to the lake and the mountain after the dragon is slain.


Where do Bilbo and the others get captured by the elves?

They took them to the halls of the Elven King in his hall, a large cave at the edge of Mirkwood. The wood elves of Mirkwood, in the Hobbit, took the thirteen dwarves to their king's halls, where they were locked in by cellars and a magic gate.


What is the relationship between the lake men and the wood elves?

As neighbors in a hostile region, they maintain trade agreements but keep to themselves as a general rule. Nevertheless, Elves do visit Laketown. It is doubtful that lake men visit the Elf King. They each value their Independence, and the Elf King is fond of their wine.

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In The Hobbit where is the elves' wine made?

In the Hobbit, King Thranduil of Mirkwood, the Wood Elves' king, liked his wine from Dorwinion. His wine was also imported by the Elves of Mirkwood in barrels down the Forest River from Long lake.


What was there the forest to fear in The Hobbit?

Spiders, trolls and wood-elves


Who were the people that held captive the dwarves from The Hobbit?

In The Hobbit, they are simply identified as "Wood Elves". Later, they were further identified as being Silvan Elves led by the Sindar, Thranduil (who is the father of Legolas).


Why were the travelers actually glad to be captured by the Wood-elves in The Hobbit?

They were tired and hungry with no food or water. At least with the elves, they were fed.Because they had lost their way in Mirkwood and were on the brink of starvation.


What made Bilbo and the dwarves' escape from the wood elves possible in The Hobbit by J R R Tolkien?

Floating in barrels downriver.


How many elves are in 'The Hobbit'?

This question is difficult to answer, since they aren't always mentioned as individuals. In several scenes, we are simply told that elves were doing something, without being told how many. The number of elves at Rivendell is probably not all that great, since it is described as a single house (although presumably a large one). The wood elves are rather more numerous, sending an impressive army to the lake and the mountain after the dragon is slain.


What are Wood-elves in 'The Hobbit'?

Elves that live in the woods (Lorien and Mirkwood mainly). They consist of mostly Silvan elves, meaning they never made the journey to the blessed realm, or Beleriand. Their leaders though, are of Noldorin or Sindarin descent.


What types of elves are there?

Wood elves, high elves, dark elves, light elves.


Where do Bilbo and the others get captured by the elves?

They took them to the halls of the Elven King in his hall, a large cave at the edge of Mirkwood. The wood elves of Mirkwood, in the Hobbit, took the thirteen dwarves to their king's halls, where they were locked in by cellars and a magic gate.


In 'The Hobbit' when did the dwarves first decide that Bilbo was first-rate burglar after all?

After he breaks them out of the wood elves prison ....Thorin finally admits that Gandalf was correct, and tells Bilbo he IS what Gandalf said he would be.


What is the relationship between the lake men and the wood elves?

As neighbors in a hostile region, they maintain trade agreements but keep to themselves as a general rule. Nevertheless, Elves do visit Laketown. It is doubtful that lake men visit the Elf King. They each value their Independence, and the Elf King is fond of their wine.


In The Hobbit what is the actual name of Lake-town?

Lake-Town's actual name in The Hobbit is Esgaroth, built of wood and situated entirely in the Long Lake.Esgaroth/Lake-Town is not to be confused with the city of Dale, built between the Lake and the Lonely Mountain (Mount Erebor). Dale was destroyed by Smaug when he took over the Lonely Mountain, but was resettled after the dwarves reclaimed Erebor and Smaug was killed.