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Appears in:
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
The Return of the King

Sauron In The Fellowship of the Ring:
In days long forgotten, Sauron forged the One Ring binding his power to it. Also bound to the One Ring were three rings given to Elves, seven given to Dwarves and nine given to Men. When they learned what happened, the Elves removed their rings so they would not be subjugated by Sauron. The Dwarves proved too hardy to be bent to his will. However, the nine kings of Men became wraiths, known as the Nazgûl. At the end of the Second Age, Sauron was defeated on the Gorgoroth Plains during the Siege of Mordor when Isildur cut the Ring from his finger. However, Isildur refused to destroy the ring in the fires of nearby Mt. Doom, and since Sauron's fate was bound to the Ring, he survived the defeat.

Nearly three thousands years later near the end of the Third Age, Sauron has rebuilt his power. Gollum is captured wandering near Mordor and brought to Barad-dûr where he is tortured. He tells only of "Baggins" and "Shire." Sauron sends his Nazgûl to find The Shire, Baggins and his One Ring. Meanwhile, Saruman, who is the head of the Order of Wizards, had been using the Palantir located at Isengard. He has entered into an alliance with Sauron, who is using the Palantir which had been at Minas Morgul. Sauron tells Saruman to create an army.

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