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Sauron (Character)
from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

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Originally a Maia of Aul's people, Sauron was early corrupted by Melkor and became his most trusted lieutenant.

His treason was not discovered for some time, however, nor was it discovered by any will other than his own. For in cunning, few if any, within the mortal realm were his match. Prior to his overt defection, he served as a spy of Melkor, through the destruction of Almaren until his open defection from the Blessed Realm of Valinor.

Once wholly in the service of Melkor, he was known as Gorthaur the Cruel, a necromancer of terrible power. Able to perceive the mind of Melkor like no other, he was true to his master and sought not to advance himself while in his service. Such was the relationship, that Gorthaur had a share in all the malice and works of evil wrought by Melkor in those days, and he was named as chief lieutenant of Melkor, and made master of the newly delved fortress of Angband.

After the first war of the Valar against Melkor, when Melkor was chained and doomed to wait in the fastness of the Halls of Mandos for 3 ages, Sauron was not found by the Valar. He eluded their capture and remained hidden in Middle Earth, breeding the hideous race of the Orcs into a vast army during this time.

Sauron was directly involved in the Tale of Beren and Luthien, imprisoning Beren and ultimately losing control of Angband to Luthien after being defeated in solo combat by Huan, the mightiest hound to ever live.

So weakened was he from the combat he lost the ability to change his form and faded from sight for a period of time. It was just as well for him, as at this time the War Of Wrath was undertaken by the Valar and their hosts against Morgoth.

The destruction wrought by these battles was so great that the land was broken and Middle Earth was reshaped, seas spilled, mountains tumbled and new lands were created. With the final and complete downfall of Morgoth, Sauron was stunned, and sought the pardon of Eonwe, a Maiar like himself... Called to accept the Judgment of Manwe, Sauron was prideful, and ashamed, and went forth and hid in Middle Earth, forsaking the last chance he had to return to the places and ways of the holy realm.

This event marked the turning from the First Age to the Second.

The War of Wrath had visited so much destruction upon Middle Earth, the Valar feared to mar it any further, for the sake of the Children of Eru Ilvatar. As such they decreed a 'hands off' approach to dealing with further problems concerning middle earth, and Sauron used this to great advantage. Declaring that the Valar had 'forsaken' Middle Earth, he feigned pity on its inhabitants, and assumed the masquerade of a benevolent benefactor.

In fair guise and semblance, and using the name "Annatar", he visited the kingdoms on the world. Ever offering friendship and council, those who heeded his words had much profit of his vast and immeasurable knowledge. Instructions he gave, on how Rings of Power might be fashioned, and through these rings the power and authority of the wearer might be greatly enhanced. Life could be extended, seemingly indefinitely, to the mortal men of the world, a matter near to their hearts.

By the greatest of the Elven Smiths, the Three Great Rings, were fashioned. Narya, Nenya and Vilya.

Being devised by the great, they were made independently of Sauron's direct aid. As such, they were unsullied by the curses laid upon the rings he had a hand in making. But being devised by his knowledge and teachings, they were still subordinate to the One Ring he later made. Without the curses, their owners were able to perceive Sauron's mind and malice, and were free to take their rings off. This may well have proved the Achilles Heel of his designs.

The rings in which Sauron directly aided in the construction of were perilous, and contained hidden traps, wrought into them by Sauron to ensnare their owners. As they were worn, they slowly broke the will of, and addicted their users. Inspiring in them the greed, malice and hatred for living things felt by the rings creator, and enslaving them to his will.

When the keepers of The Three perceived Sauron's intentions, they defied him by removing their rings. Sauron perceived his peril, and knew that with his fair semblance in ruins, he should never again have the opportunity to conquer via subversion. Thus it was that he openly declared war upon Middle Earth.

After the War of Wrath, the Valar had prepared an island home for the Edain, the faithful men who had stayed true to the Elves during the wars against Morgoth. For centuries, the Edain, who were blessed among men by their associations with the Valar during the war, had lived on this Island of Numenor. They had become Mighty, living for nearly a thousand years, the greatest of mariners, and truly more adept in craft and skill than any other men, eclipsing even the lesser orders of the Elves, those who had never been to Valinor.

Yet they were still mortal...

As Sauron's new war raged upon MIddle Earth, all were hard pressed, for long in secret places in his fortress in Mordor, had his armies been conceived. Now they burst upon the beleaguered inhabitants, who were short of leaders, or whose leaders were already secretly under the power of Sauron, by virtue of their possession of the cursed rings.

Sauron's victory was nigh at hand, when suddenly, out of the West, appeared the ships of the Numenorians.

Even the least among these men were as great kings of men, and they had the light of Aman in their faces, for they had beheld the Valar, and the Blessed Realm, even from afar, though they were forbidden to enter it as mortals.

Sauron's servants fell like cord wood before their wroth, and quailed in their presence, and would throw down their arms, taking to flight. Yet the Sea Kings, at first, troubled him little... They stayed near the coast, teaching and benefiting the lesser men, and taking little heed of his works outside their coastal sphere of influence...

Thus it came to pass that Sauron dominated most of Middle Earth, and proclaimed himself "King of Middle Earth".

This fact was of particular interest to the actual King of Men, a title granted by Manwe, to the King of the Numenorians, Ar-Pharazn.

He resolved through pride to humble this upstart 'king', and sent an army against Sauron. Faced with the military might of Numenor, Sauron stood amazed.

Under protection of the Valar, men now fielded an army mightier than even those of Morgoth. Seeing the utter futility of force of arms against this massive force, Sauron disbanded his armies, sent them into hiding, concealed his ring, (which is to say concealed it from the sight of men, he did not cease to possess it), and subjected himself as prisoner to Ar-Pharazn.

Yet as ever, Sauron's true devices were always other than they seemed...

Within 1000 years of his arrival in Numenor as the prisoner of Ar-Pharazn, Sauron had worked his way from prisoner, to adviser, to counselor, eventually all the way up to priest / spiritual adviser of the entire realm, corrupting it, and corrupting the men of Numenor. Some few who resisted his corruptions found themselves at odds with the king, and were slain, or cruelly put to death in ritual sacrifices to Melkor...

Shortly thereafter, by Sauron's design, Ar-Pharazn was moved to war against the Valar... Once again, the level of Sauron's success through cunning was so complete that it proved his undoing.

For in their dismay at the rising of the Numenorians against them, the Valar, for that time, forsook the stewardship of Earth, turning it over to Eru Ilvatar, who, in his wrath, opened up the earth to swallow the Isle of Numenor. All of the Island, and all the grand fleet of Numenor, save the tip of the holy mountain, were swallowed up. The few faithful men of Numenor who had refused to participate in the war, and had prepared ships to depart the island were blown wildly across the ocean, to the shores of middle Earth.

Among these were Elendil, Anrion and Isildur... They established the Kingdoms in Middle Earth, Arnor in the north and Gondor in the south.

At the overthrow of Numenor, Sauron was washed into the Abyss, along with all of the corruption he had spawned among the Numenorians. His body was destroyed, and he forsook it. Eventually, his spirit returned to his fastness in Mordor, where he again wielded his ring, and returned to his former power. Now deeming himself strong against the few Men of Numenor remaining, he made war once again.

(This presents one of several ambiguities or dichotomies in Tolkien's tales, wherein the body of Sauron was destroyed, and his spirit fled, yet somehow the ring fled with the spirit, as Tolkien was emphatic that Sauron in a housed body was inseparable from the One Ring)

In that time, The Last Alliance of Elves and Men was made. Under the organized efforts of Gil-Galad, the elven king of Lindon, and Elendil, the high-king of Arnor and Gondor, the lesser societies of elves and men were unified under one banner. A great victory was won on the plains of Dagorlad, and Mordor was successfully invaded. The Siege of Barad-Dur lasted 7 Years.

At the end, Sauron was so pressed that he was forced to come forth to combat himself. He stood, mighty, dark and terrible before the assembled armies, a demon now, rather than an angel, and with the power and might of the Maiar, did combat with elves and men. Such was his power that none might overthrow him. Gil-Galad and Elendil, both kings, were slain by his prowess in combat. Gil-Galad from the heat of his hands, and Elendil crushed by his mace... Yet as Sauron stretched forth his hand to take up and destroy Isildur, once again the magnitude of the folly of his own designs revealed itself...

For by virtue of investing so much of his power into the One Ring, when Isildur, in desperation, grabbed the broken hilt of Elendil's sword and hewed at the outstretched hand, as the ring fell free, Saurons power was dispersed... Knowing his peril, he again forsook his body and his spirit fled to unknown regions.

Yet he remained. For when Isildur refused the councils of Cirdan and Elrond to destroy the ring in the fires of Mt. Doom, he set about a course of events that would lead to his own downfall and all the subsequent evils.

After the Fall of Sauron, the kingdom of Arnor was hard pressed, their king and much of their army had been destroyed in the Last Alliance... Internal strife sapped much of what should have been a unified effort... After the death of Elendil, Isildur claimed lordship over the realm. However, on his return to Arnor the ring betrayed him. He was felled by orc arrows and the One Ring vanished from sight, for a time. Eventually, his descendants in Arnor would face a new and terrible enemy, The Witch-King of Angmar.

Eventually, the kingship fell to Erendur, who divided it among his three sons, seeking to alleviate internal strife. In the end, this only made matters worse, and eventually the entire northern kingdom fell before aid could arrive from Gondor. The former lords of the realm became the Dunedain Rangers, and made guerrilla war upon the northern marches.

The Witch King of Angmar, a great lord of Numenor, corrupted to Sauron's will by one of the rings of power, and later known as the Lord of the Nazgul, and Black Captain, chief of the Ringwraiths, ordered the war against Arnor in the north. After the arrival of the armies of Gondor and his defeat by them, the Witch-King fled into the northern regions, and Ernur, wanting to pursue him, was famously told by Glorfindel, "Do not pursue him! He will not return to these lands. Far off yet is his doom, and not by the hand of man will he fall.".. And thus the prophecy of his eventual demise was wrought.

In the absence of Sauron's forces, Middle Earth was blessed with 1000 years of relative peace and tranquility... However, the remnant spirits of Morgoth still roamed the world, Dragon, Balrog, and orcs, and lacking leadership, they turned to their own governance. Then, after the 1000 years had passed, the forest of Greenwood the Great fell dark... The Wise took council and determined the cause to be the Necromancer of Dol Guldor.......

This was in fact, Sauron, taking shape again.

The Valar, once again perceiving the imminent fall of the children to the subjugation of darkness, took council. Being still under their oath never again to directly make war upon Middle Earth, they sent forth the Istari, the "Wizards"... Other members of the order of the Maiar, forbidden from revealing themselves in true power or majesty... To bring the children to victory only through their wise councils.

The Istari were:

Curunir (Saruman the White), Olorin (Gandalf the Grey), Radagast (the Brown), The Blue Wizards (According to Unfinished Tales their names are Alatar and Pallando)

By the efforts of the wizards, and their council, The Necromancer of Dol Guldor (Sauron) was driven out of southern Mirkwood, and he fled to his old fastness of Mordor. Sauron is also deprived, during this time, of 2 extremely powerful weapons he would otherwise have had at his disposal... The dragon Smaug the Golden, dispatched by the Dwarves, Bilbo, and more directly, Bard of Dale; as well as, eventually, the Balrog of Morgoth in Moria, known as Durin's Bane, dispatched by Gandalf himself.

One may only speculate as to the chaos which would have followed the appearance of these two entities on the Battlefield of Gondor later in the tale...

Nonetheless, Sauron, gaining strength, recalled such servants as were available to him, orcs, trolls, evil men, and most especially, the Ringwraiths, his most terrible servants, and renewed the search for his ring.

After corrupting the head of the White Council, (Saruman), through the use of a Palantir, Sauron does not take any more significant direct action in the tale; being bereft of body until the uttermost end. When, by the council of Gandalf, now The White; Samwise Gamgee and Frodo Baggins ultimately succeed, (even against themselves), in destroying the One Ring through the treachery of Smeagol Gollum .

(repeated part) Such was the power of the One Ring, with so much of his own hate and malice bound up within it, that at its destruction, Sauron's spirit dispersed, never to be able to metastasize again.



Sauron, (oringinaly Mairon), was a fallen angel of the order of the Maiar. The name Marion in Quenya (Elvish tongue) meant "Admirable". After his fall and corruption in the service of Melkor, ( later Morgoth Bauglir), his original name was forsaken, and he became known to the faithful as Sauron, meaning "Abhorred".

His treason was not discovered for some time, however, nor was it discovered by any will other than his own. For in cunning, few if any, within the mortal realm were his match. Prior to his overt defection, he served as a spy of Melkor, through the destruction of Almaren until his open defection from the Blessed Realm of Valinor.

Once wholly in the service of Melkor, he was known as Gorthaur the Cruel, a necromancer of terrible power. Able to perceive the mind of Melkor like no other, he was true to his master and sought not to advance himself while in his service. Such was the relationship, that Gorthaur had a share in all the malice's and works of evil wrought by Melkor in those days, and he was named as chief lieutenant of Melkor, and made master of the newly delved fortress of Angband.

After the first war of the Valar against Melkor, when Melkor was chained and doomed to wait in the fastness of the Halls of Mandos for 3 ages, Sauron was not found by the Valar. He eluded their capture and remained hidden in Middle Earth, breeding the hideous race of the Orcs into a vast army during this time.

After the term of Melkors imprisonment was up, he sued for pardon from the Valar, and it was granted, though he was paroled not to leave the confines of Valinor... After his ultimate treason, the assault on the Two Trees, and flight from Valinor with the Silmarills, Melkor forfeited his first name and became Morgoth Bauglir... The Black Enemy of all; and he fled to the fortress of Angband, now repaired and restocked in preparation for his return by Gorthaur the Cruel, (Sauron).

Sauron was directly involved in the Tale of Beren and Luthien, imprisoning Beren and ultimately loosing control of Angband to Luthien after being defeated in solo combat by Huan, the mightiest hound to ever live.

So weakened was he from the combat, he lost the ability to change his form, and faded from sight for a period of time. It was just as well for him, as at this time the War Of Wrath was undertaken by the Valar and their hosts against Morgoth.

The destruction wrought by these battles was so great that the land was broken and Middle Earth was reshaped, seas spilled, mountains tumbled and new lands were created. With the final and complete downfall of Morgoth, Sauron was stunned, and sought the pardon of Eonwe, a Maiar like himself... Called to accept the Judgment of Manwe, Sauron was prideful, and ashamed, and went forth and hid in Middle Earth, forsaking the last chance he had to return to the places and ways of the holy realm.

This event marked the turning from the First Age to the Second.

The War of Wrath had visited so much destruction upon Middle Earth, the Valar feared to mar it any further, for the sake of the Children of Eru Ilvatar. As such they decreed a 'hands off' approach to dealing with further problems concerning middle earth, and Sauron used this to great advantage. Declaring that the Valar had 'forsaken' Middle Earth, he feigned pity on its inhabitants, and assumed the masquerade of a benevolent benefactor.

In fair guise and semblance, and using the name "Annatar", he visited the kingdoms on the world. Ever offering friendship and council, those who heeded his words had much profit of his vast and immeasurable knowledge. Instructions he gave, on how Rings of Power might be fashioned, and through these rings the power and authority of the wearer might be greatly enhanced. Life could be extended, seemingly indefinitely, to the mortal men of the world, a matter near to their hearts.

By the greatest of the Elven Smiths, the Three Great Rings, were fashioned. Narya, Nenya and Vilya.

Being devised by the great, they were made independently of Sauron's direct aid. As such, they were unsullied by the curses laid upon the rings he had a hand in making. But being devised by his knowledge and teachings, they were still subordinate to the One Ring he later made. Without the curses, their owners were able to perceive Sauron's mind and malice, and were free to take their rings off. This may well have proved the Achilles Heel of his designs.

The rings in which Sauron Directly aided in the construction of were perilous, and contained hidden traps, wrought into them by Sauron to ensnare their owners. As they were worn, they slowly broke the will of, and addicted their users. Inspiring in them the greed, malice and hatred for living things felt by the rings creator, and enslaving them to his will.

When the keepers of The Three perceived Sauron's intentions, they defied him by removing their rings. Sauron perceived his peril, and knew that with his fair semblance in ruins, he should never again have the opportunity to conquer via subversion. Thus it was that he openly declared war upon Middle Earth.

After the War of Wrath, the Valar had prepared an island home for the Edain, the faithful men who had stayed true to the Elves during the wars against Morgoth. For centuries, the Edain, who were blessed among men by their associations with the Valar during the war, had lived on this Island of Numenor. They had become Mighty, living for nearly a thousand years, the greatest of mariners, and truly more adept in craft and skill than any other men, eclipsing even the lesser orders of the Elves, those who had never been to Valinor.

Yet they were still mortal...

As Sauron's new war raged upon MIddle Earth, all were hard pressed, for long in secret places in his fortress in Mordor, had his armies been conceived. Now they burst upon the beleaguered inhabitants, who were short of leaders, or who's leaders were already secretly under the power of Sauron, by virtue of their possession of the cursed rings.

Sauron's victory was nigh at hand, when suddenly, out of the west, appeared the ships of the Numenorians.

Even the least among these men were as great kings of men, and they had the light of Aman in their faces, for they had beheld the Valar, and the Blessed Realm, even from afar, though they were forbidden to enter it, as mortals.

Sauron's servants fell like cord wood before their wroth, and quailed in their presence, and would throw down their arms, taking to flight. Yet the Sea Kings, at first, troubled him little... They stayed near the coast, teaching and benefiting the lesser men, and taking little heed of his works outside their coastal sphere of influence...

Thus it came to pass that Sauron dominated most of Middle Earth, and proclaimed himself "King of Middle Earth".

This fact was of particular interest to the actual King of Men, a title granted by Manwe, to the King of the Numenorians, Ar-Pharazn.

He resolved through pride to humble this upstart 'king', and sent an army against Sauron. Faced with the military might of Numenor, Sauron stood amazed.

Under protection of the Valar men now fielded an army mightier than even those of Morgoth. Seeing the utter futility of force of arms against this massive force, Sauron disbanded his armies, sent them into hiding, concealed his ring, (which is to say concealed it from the sight of men, he did not cease to possess it), and subjected himself as prisoner to Ar-Pharazn.

Yet as ever, Sauron';s true devices were always other than they seemed...

Within 1000 years of his arrival in Numenor as the prisoner of Ar-Pharazn, Sauron had worked his way from prisoner, to adviser, to counselor, eventually all the way up to priest / spiritual adviser of the entire realm, corrupting it, and corrupting the men of Numenor. Some few who resisted his corruptions found themselves at odds with the king, and were slain, or cruelly put to death in ritual sacrifices to Melkor...

Shortly thereafter, by Sauron's design, Ar-Pharazn was moved to war against the Valar... Once again, the level of Sauron's success through cunning was so complete that it proved his undoing.

For in their dismay at the rising of the Numenorians against them, the Valar, for that time, forsook the stewardship of Earth, turning it over to Eru Ilvatar, who, in his wrath, opened up the earth to swallow the Isle of Numenor. All of the Island, and all the grand fleet of Numenor, save the tip of the holy mountain, were swallowed up. The few faithful men of Numenor who had refused to participate in the war, and had prepared ships to depart the island were blown wildly across the ocean, to the shores of middle Earth.

Among these were Elendil, Anrion and Isildur... They established the Kingship in Middle Earth known as Gondor in the south.

At the overthrow of Numenor, Sauron was washed into the Abyss, along with all of the corruption he had spawned among the Numenorians. His body was destroyed, and he forsook it. Eventually, his spirit returned to his fastness in Mordor, where he again wielded his ring, and returned to his former power. Now deeming himself strong against the few Men of Numenor remaining, he made war once again.

(This presents one of several ambiguities or dichotomies in Tolkien's tales, wherein the body of Sauron was destroyed, and his spirit fled, yet somehow the ring fled with the spirit, as Tolkien was emphatic that Sauron in a housed body was inseparable from the One Ring)

In that time, The Last Alliance of Elves and Men was made. Under the organized efforts of Gil-Galad, the elven king of Arnor in the north, and Elendil, the lesser societies of elves and men were unified under one banner. A great victory was won on the plains of Dagorlad, and Mordor was successfully invaded. The Siege of Barad Dur lasted 7 Years.

At the end, Sauron was so pressed that he was forced to come forth to combat himself. He stood, mighty, dark and terrible before the assembled armies, a demon now, rather than an angel, and with the power and might of the Maiar, did combat with elves and men. Such was his power that none might overthrow him. Gil-Galad and Elendil, both kings, were slain by his prowess in combat. Gil-Galad from the heat of his hands, and Elendil crushed by his mace... Yet as Sauron stretched forth his hand to take up and destroy Isildur, once again the magnitude of the folly of his own designs revealed itself...

For by virtue of investing so much of his power into the One Ring, when Isildur, in desperation, grabbed the broken hilt of Elendil's sword and hewed at the outstretched hand, as the ring fell fee, Saurons power was dispersed... Knowing his peril, he again forsook his body and his spirit fled to unknown regions.

Yet he remained. For when Isildur refused the councils of Cirdan and Elrond to destroy the ring in the fires of Mt. Doom, he set about a course of events that would lead to his own downfall and all the subsequent evils.

After the Fall of Sauron, the kingdom of Arnor was hard pressed, their king and much of their army had been destroyed in the Last Alliance... Internal strife sapped much of what should have been a unified effort... After the death of Gil-Galad, Isildur claimed lordship over the realm, but due to rivalry within, eventually abdicated. They now faced a new and terrible enemy, The Witch-King of Angmar.

Eventually, the kingship fell to Erendur, who divided it among his three sons, seeking to alleviate internal strife. In the end, this only made matters worse, and eventually the entire northern kingdom fell before aid could arrive from Gondor. The former lords of the realm became the Dunedain Rangers, and made Guerrilla war upon the northern marches.

The Witch King of Angmar, a great lord of Numenor, corrupted to Sauron's will by one of the rings of power, and later known as the Lord of the Nazgul, and Black Captain, chief of the Ringwraiths, ordered the war against Arnor in the north, After the arrival of the armies of Gondor and his defeat by them, the Witch-King Fled into the northern regions, and Ernur, wanting to pursue him, was famously told by Glorfindle, "Do not pursue him! He will not return to these lands. Far off yet is his doom, and not by the hand of man will he fall.".. And thus the prophecy of his eventual demise was wrought.

In the absence of Sauron's forces, Middle Earth was blessed with 1000 years of relative peace and tranquility... However, the remnant spirits of Morgoth still roamed the world, Dragon, Balrog, and orcs, and lacking leadership, they turned to their own governance. Then, after the 1000 years had passed, the forest of Greenwood the Great fell dark... The Wise took council and determined the cause to be the Necromancer of Dol Guldor.......

This was in fact, Sauron, taking shape again.

The Valar, once again perceiving the imminent fall of the children to the subjugation of darkness, took council. Being still under their oath never again to directly make war upon Middle Earth, they sent forth the Istari, the "Wizards"... Other members of the order of the Maiar, forbidden from revealing themselves in true power or majesty... To bring the children to victory only through their wise councils.

The Istari were:

Curunir, (Saruman the White) Olorin, (Gandalf the Grey) Radagast, (the Brown) The Blue Wizards (unnamed)

By the efforts of the wizards, and their council, The Necromancer of Dol Guldor, (Sauron), was driven out of Mirkwood, and he fled to his old fastness of Mordor. Sauron is also deprived, during this time, of 2 extremely powerful weapons he would otherwise have had at his disposal... The Red Dragon Smaug, dispatched by the Dwarves, Bilbo, and more directly, Bard of Dale; as well as the Balrog of Morgoth, dispatched by Gandalf himself.

One may only speculate as to the chaos which would have followed the appearance of these two entities on the Battlefield of Gondor later in the tale...

None the less, Sauron, gaining strength, recalled such servants as were available to him, orcs, trolls, evil men, and most especially, the RingWraiths, his most terrible servants, and renewed the search for his ring.

After corrupting the head of the White Council, (Saruman), through the use of a Palantir, Sauron does not take any more significant direct action in the tale; being bereft of body until the uttermost end. When, by the council of Gandalf, now The White; Samwise Gamgee and Frodo Baggins ultimately succeed, (even against themselves), in destroying the One Ring through the treachery of Smeagol Gollum .

Such was the power of the One Ring, with so much of his own hate and malice bound up within it, that at its destruction, Sauron's spirit dispersed, never to be able to metastasize again. (repeated part)

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