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Sauron captures the island of Tol Sirion and it is renamed the Isle of Werewolves.
Sauron imprisons Beren on the Isle of Werewolves.
Sauron was the chief of the servants of Melkor, or Morgoth.
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  Sauron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sauron (IPA: /'sɑʊɻɒn/, Quenya: "Abhorred") is the eponymous title character and main antagonist of The Lord of the Rings by J.
Sauron was soon subverted by the Dark Lord Melkor (later known as Morgoth), an evil Vala, and thereafter served Morgoth.
Sauron responded with military force, initiating the War of the Elves and Sauron and conquering much of the land west of Anduin.
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 Eye of Sauron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In The Lord of the Rings, the primary antagonist Sauron controls his minions from within the Dark Tower, Barad-dûr, and thus he is never physically seen by the main characters.
Sauron's Orcs use the sign of the Eye when they roam the Earth, because he does not "permit [his name] to be spelt or spoken" (according to Aragorn; a notable exception was the Mouth of Sauron).
Sauron's only physical presence is as a giant disembodied red eye, seen in the second and third movies as floating above Barad-dûr (or perhaps suspended by its twin parapets).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eye_of_Sauron   (845 words)

 Encyclopedia of Arda: Sauron
In the Wars of Beleriand, Sauron was the most feared of Morgoth's servants, but after the War of Wrath and the expulsion of the first Dark Lord, Sauron rose to become the greatest enemy of Elves and Men in the Second and Third Ages.
Sauron was one of the mightiest (perhaps the mightiest) of the Maiar, and in the beginning of days he served Aulë the Smith.
Sauron knew nothing of Beren's quest; sensing some danger to himself or his master, he sent wolves out throughout the lands of the Elves, and meanwhile he flung Beren, Finrod and their companions into a deep pit.
www.glyphweb.com /arda/s/sauron.html   (1650 words)

 Sauron's Encyclopaedia
It is the stronghold of Sauron in the land of Mordor.
The volcano in the heart of the land of Mordor, in whose depths the Lord Sauron forged the One Ring.
Originally a Maia of the Vala known as Aule, Sauron came to understand that Arda was nothing more than a fair-seeming illusion which Iluvatar had fashioned in order to entrap the children of Darkness within the confines of matter that he might rule over them.
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 Sauron | Lord of the Rings Fanatics Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
But in the year 457 of the First Age, Sauron himself came to the tower, and by using a spell of fear upon the Elves that were defending the tower, he conquered it and killed the Elves that were in it, though a few escaped to Nargothrond.
Sauron succeeded in doing this by tricking one of the companions, Gorlim, into telling him where their hiding place was in exchange for being reunited with his wife and being set free.
Sauron, being filled with suspicion, sent werewolves throughout the land while in the pit a werewolf had killed all the companions of Felagund and Beren until only they were left.
www.lotrlibrary.com /agesofarda/sauron.asp   (1657 words)

 Sauron - The Lord of the Rings Wiki
Sauron's forces fled, and Sauron was taken as hostage to Númenor by King Ar-Pharazôn.
Sauron was diminished in the flood of Númenor, and fled back to Mordor, where he slowly rebuilt his strength during the time known as the Dark Years.
Sauron adopted the symbol of a lidless eye, and he was able at that time to send out his will over Middle-earth, so that the Eye of Sauron was a symbol of power and fear.
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 X-Men Character Bios: Sauron
At the time, Sauron was trying to use the remains of a failed Nazi project to tap the geothermal energy of the locale to fulfill his energy requirements, and was sustaining himself on the life force of animals.
Sauron joined the Toad's Brotherhood and impaled Cannonball with his wing talon during their attempt to return Feral to the Morlocks.
Sauron appeared to be stuck in an animal state, but recently escaped from the Savage Land and attacked the X-Men again, in full command of his mental faculties.
www.mutanthigh.com /sauron.html   (1086 words)

 Lord of the Rings - Fair Elven Lands
Celebrimbor of Eregion discovered Sauron's treachery with the Rings, and this led to the War of the Elves and Sauron (1693-1700), in which Sauron destroyed Eregion and overran Eriador, but was defeated by Gil-galad and a fleet sent to Middle-earth by Tar-Minastir of Numenor.
Sauron willingly retreated to Mordor, where he openly proclaimed himself, rebuilt Barad-dur, and prepared to defeat the West by overwhelming Gondor and the smaller realms of the North with his vast army of Orcs, Troll, Haradrim, Easterlings, and creatures more foul.
Among Sauron's accomplishments are the invention of the Black Speech and the breeding of the Olog-hai and, perhaps the Uruk-hai.
groups.msn.com /LordoftheRingsFairElvenLands/sauron.msnw   (1109 words)

 Sauron - MarvelDatabase
Sauron flew all the way to his father's cabin in Tierra del Fuego, and then reverted to human form, having expended the mutant energies he had absorbed.
Sauron was somehow experimented upon in the program, becoming less intelligent, more prone to berserk rages, and without the ability to use his hypnotic powers.
Sauron served the program for many months, but later began escaping the confines of the program to stalk victims, preying on the innocent to feed his hunger for the life forces of others.
www.marveldatabase.com /wiki/index.php/Sauron   (1792 words)

Sauron (which means “terrible” in Kvenian) is a supreme being, ainur, created by the thought of Iluvatar (i.e.
Sauron served Aule the Smith, the Lord of all the beings.
Sauron was a mighty sorcerer and his powers slowly returned to him.
www.lord-of-the-rings.org /books/sauron.html   (1036 words)

 The Sauron Strategies: Footsteps into Failure
Sauron, on the other hand, was apparently apprehended.
It is unlikely that Sauron "slept" in the sense that the Balrog seems to have curled up under a conveniently huge mountain and dreamed of past debaucheries for the next several thousand years.
More likely, Sauron retreated into far eastern Middle-earth and there he could have done anything, such as plant a garden or found a monastery to teach ancient Elves, Dwarves, and Men the Way of Peace.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/tolkien/82281   (454 words)

 The Lord of the Rings Online TCG: The Sauron Culture
Accordingly, the Sauron culture has many and varied ways to stop the Fellowship in their journey; not only Orcs to carry the fight to the Fellowship, but spies and behind the scenes manipulation, represented by conditions and events, to make their journey harder even when few minions appear.
Sauron does not limit himself to manipulation and indirect weakening of the various Free Peoples cultures, however - he also has an army of Orcs at his command.
Even as Sauron plots to submerge the world in evil, using every tool he can subvert to his service, so does the Sauron culture of the LOTR TCG give the player many ways to stop the Fellowship and defeat Frodo.
lotronline.decipher.com /cultures/sauron   (804 words)

 Looking inside the Sauron Project
Sauron has to be one of the most maligned bad guys in the history of modern story-telling.
If JRRT had brought Sauron directly into the story early in The Fellowship of the Ring, surrounded him with lightning bolts and clouds, had dark shadowy valkyries swooping out of the sky, dogs baying on the distant hills, armed men swooning from terror...people probably would have put the book down.
The first glimpse of Sauron comes in the fact that he is able to send dark messengers to the Shire to hunt for Baggins.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/tolkien/46240   (496 words)

Sauron - The antagonist and title character of The Lord of the Rings.
The enormously powerful Sauron is never seen at any point in the novel; he is represented only by images of his Great Eye or the Dark Tower where he resides.
Sauron is wise, but he only thinks in terms of desire—especially desire for power.
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 The Grey Havens - Rings: Why did Sauron create the One Ring and What Were Its Powers?
Sauron planned for the domination of all of Middle-earth and he needed/wanted to control the Elves to complete this plan.
Sauron went to Orodruin, Mount Doom, to forge the Ruling Ring, and by putting a large part of his own inherent power into the Ring he created a means by which he could enslave the users of the rings:
Sauron took quite a risk in placing a major portion of his own power into an item that could be taken from his control.
www.tolkien.cro.net /rings/sauron.html   (499 words)

 Sideshow Collectibles.com - - Manufacturer of movie, film, television and proprietary collectibles, figures and toys.
The Sauron Statue is certainly one of the largest and most complicated pieces that Sideshow / Weta have ever done.
The Sauron statue required the skills of three of WETA's talented artists to complete it.
Every armor section for the sculpture proved difficult and in the end many were not just merely sculpted but created out of thin lead sheeting and then laser cut with fine detailing matching the original armor from the film.
www.sideshowtoy.com /cgi-bin/category.cgi?category=111904sauron   (1015 words)

 Sauron - thrash metal from Michigan
We chose the name as Sauron is the embodiment of all evil and it seemed to fit the music.
SAURON: The current condition of the thrash metal scene would have to be critical haha...
SAURON: Yes, it's possible and I believe it to be true with some of the lyricists involved in the metal scene.
www.geocities.com /deathmetalside/sauron.html   (1445 words)

Sauron, Lord of Mordor, rules a volcanic land of utter desolation where no natural form of life could possibly survive.
Sauron is an obsessive nutball, whose love of power for its own sake is given physical form in the Ring of Power.
To put on the Ring automatically puts one in contact with Sauron, and, furthermore, attracts the attention of creatures known as Ringwraiths –; the enslaved former kings of earth, whose lust for power led them into the camp of Sauron.
www.antiwar.com /justin/j122401.html   (2118 words)

Preliminary description of Sauron's armor from the FIDM exhibit.
From what I remember most plate leg/arm armor is articulated at the joints and but everything else is in big unbroken pieces.
Sauron's armor had numerous overlapping pieces on the legs and arms - so many that I sometimes got confused trying to sketch them all.
www.alleycatscratch.com /lotr/Nasty/Sauron.htm   (742 words)

 Letters of Marque: Sauron: Offer and acceptance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Alternately, it appears that Sauron is engaged in settlement negotiations with Dain over the trespass to chattels that Sauron has committed in confiscating the dwarven rings, as well as the conversion ongoing with the dwarven rings (the taint imbued in their forging), as well as the adverse possession of Moria.
Plaintiff Sauron ("Sauron") is a resident of the land of Mordor.
Sauron's personal claim to these so called 'dwarven' rings is compelling, as he had both a hand in forging them and distributing them in the first place.
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 Funagain Games: Lord of the Rings: Sauron
The dark figure of a fl rider joins the eye of Sauron on the master board, racing towards the fellowship with the help of new cards that are the domain of the dark lord alone.
Sauron may play either a Sauron card, or a Nazgul card (if he has any face up at that time), or he may draw another Sauron card to his hand.
The strategy of Sauron is interesting as he 'eavesdrops' on the conversation of the hobbits trying to get a feel for which cards would devestate which players the most.
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 The Barrow-Downs Discussion Forum - Gandalf vs. Sauron
As far as the rings are concerned, Sauron created the One, which was specifically designed to dominate and control the others, so I doubt Narya would have assisted Gandalf much against the Dark Lord.
But on the other hand Sauron was somewhat weakened without his ring, so Gandalf would have that advantage.
Sauron again as a Maia was more powerful then Gandalf (Olorin), there were a handful of Maia more powerful then Sauron, I will have to get it specifically who, but I do know there were 6-7 equal or greater Maia then Sauron,
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 The Barrow-Downs
Few is known about how close the dwarves cam into contact with Sauron back then, but Durin III at least got one of the seven dwarven Rings of Power.
In the war of the Last Alliance, the dwarves of Moria were among the few Naugrim who fought, and they at least fought against Sauron.
The dwarves deserted Khaza-dûm after King Durin VI and his son Náin I were slain by the Balrog in 1981 TA, and in later years, Moria became a settlement for many of Sauron's minions.
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