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Rings of Power
The Rings of Power in J. Tolkien 's Middle-earth legendarium are magic rings created by Sauron or by the Elves of Eregion under Sauron's tutelage. Sauron intended the rings to subvert these races of Middle-earth to his power, since the One Ring controlled the others. Sauron's plan was not completely successful, for the Elves hid their rings and did not use them while Sauron held the One, and the Dwarves did not respond to the One's control as Sauron expected. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings is largely concerned with the attempt of Sauron to recover the One and the efforts of the West to forestall him by destroying it. Tolkien is not entirely clear about what happened to the other rings, though he implied that the powers of any that survived came to an end. Midway through the Second Age he came in disguise as Annatar "Lord of Gifts" to the Elven-smiths of Eregion, who were led by Celebrimbor , and taught them the craft of forging magic rings.
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The Rings of Power were Rings created by the Elves of Eregion , nineteen Great Rings and many other lesser rings with knowledge obtained from Sauron , and several of them with Sauron aiding the creation., The Rings of Power were twenty magical rings forged in the Second Age , intended by Sauron to seduce the rulers of Middle-earth to evil. Nineteen of these rings were made by the Elven-smiths of Eregion , led by Celebrimbor.
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The Rings of Power were a late addition to the world of Middle-earth. Tolkien did not consider the ring to have any backstory of its own and was just a useful magical trinket that aided Bilbo on his journey. The story of Middle-earth became overrun with magical rings, with the Second and Third Ages being defined by conflicts over them. We will be looking at the various magical rings that have appeared throughout the various canons and stories of Middle-earth, including the ones that were not made by Tolkien, such as the ones that appeared in the tabletop RPG and video games. When J.