S is for Sauron #AtoZChallenge

For the A to Z Challenge, I have chosen the theme of antagonists.

On my normal blogging days, Monday – parenting and Thursday – writing/publishing, I will tie that day’s topic to antagonists but on the other days (Tuesday, Friday and Saturday), I will write about antagonists from movies, TVs or books. On Wednesdays, my Quote of the Week will be from an antagonist that matches the letter of the day. Enjoy.

S is for Sauron, the main antagonist in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings (1954). The title refers to Sauron who created the One Ring to rule the other Rings of Power as the ultimate weapon to conquer and rule all of Middle-earth.

In the books, Tolkien never provides a detailed description of Sauron but he is known to change shapes. In some films he is portrayed as a humanoid creature but in others he is a disembodied eye. But no matter his form, his power is immense. He corrupts and controls wizards such as Saruman and spirits such as the Black Riders to do his bidding. He also has enough power to control an army.

In the latest film rendition directed by Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings trilogy 2001-2003), Sauron appears in humanoid form during the forging of the Ring and up to his losing it. After that he appears as a disembodied eye atop a dark tower where he watches over the land of Mordor.

And in case you want to check out my other antagonists from the challenge…

A is for Apocalypse

B is for Bad Boys (parenting)

C is for Cruella de Vil

D is for Darth Vader (Quote)

D is for To Die for Cake (Recipe)

E is for Evil (Writing)

F is for Freddy Kruger

G is for Gollum

H is for High School (parenting)

I is for Iron Monger

J is for Jafar (Quote)

K is for Killers (Writing)

L is for Loki

M is for Maleficent

N is for No (parenting)

O is for Oggie Boogie

P is for Professor Moriarty (Quote)

Q is for Questions (Writing)

R is for the Riddler 

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3 thoughts on “S is for Sauron #AtoZChallenge

  1. Iain Kelly says:

    Just discovered your Challenge posts – great theme. Look forward to the final week.

  2. clicksclan says:

    He’s definitely not a nice guy. I find the story of his superior, Morgoth, really interesting those.

    Cait @ Click’s Clan

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