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'''Fog on the Barrow-downs''' is the eighth chapter of the first book in [[The Fellowship of the Ring]].
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| event=[[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] and his companions are captured by [[Barrow-wights]]; they are rescued by [[Tom Bombadil]].
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| date=[[28 September]] {{TA|3018|n}}
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===Summary===
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'''Fog on the Barrow-downs''' is the eighth chapter of the first book in ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]''.
The next morning the [[Hobbits]] set out and arrive at the edge of the downs by evening. They get lost and are captured by the [[Barrow-wights]]. [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] calls for [[Tom Bombadil|Tom]], who rescues them. Tom sings them to consciousness and brings back their ponies, which had strayed. He gives them each a sword from the Barrow-wights stolen treasure. The swords had been forged by the [[Númenóreans|Men of Westernesse]], foes of the [[Dark Lord]]. Tom sees the Hobbits off and they set out towards [[Bree]]. Frodo reminds the others that he is now traveling under the name of [[Mr. Underhill|Underhill]], not [[Baggins Family|Baggins]].
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==Summary==
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The next morning the [[Hobbits]] set out and arrived at the edge of the [[Barrow-downs]] by evening. They got lost and are captured by the [[Barrow-wights]]. [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] [[Ho! Tom Bombadil, Tom Bombadillo!‎|called]] for [[Tom Bombadil]] using a song they had been taught; Tom rescued them. Tom sang them to consciousness and brought back their ponies, which had strayed. He gave them each a sword from the Barrow-wights' stolen treasure. The swords had been forged by the [[Númenóreans|Men of Westernesse]], foes of the [[Dark Lord]]. Tom saw the Hobbits off and they set out towards [[Bree]]. Frodo reminded the others that he was now traveling under the name of [[Mr. Underhill|Underhill]] instead of [[Baggins Family|Baggins]].
  
 
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Paul Raymond Gregory - Fog on the Barrow Downs.jpg
Fog on the Barrow-Downs
Chapter of The Fellowship of the Ring
Number8
Synopsis
EventFrodo and his companions are captured by Barrow-wights; they are rescued by Tom Bombadil.
Date28 September 3018
LocationBarrow-downs
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Fog on the Barrow-downs is the eighth chapter of the first book in The Fellowship of the Ring.

[edit] Summary

The next morning the Hobbits set out and arrived at the edge of the Barrow-downs by evening. They got lost and are captured by the Barrow-wights. Frodo called for Tom Bombadil using a song they had been taught; Tom rescued them. Tom sang them to consciousness and brought back their ponies, which had strayed. He gave them each a sword from the Barrow-wights' stolen treasure. The swords had been forged by the Men of Westernesse, foes of the Dark Lord. Tom saw the Hobbits off and they set out towards Bree. Frodo reminded the others that he was now traveling under the name of Underhill instead of Baggins.