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Good and evil are both represented throughout The Two Towers in many different ways and through various characters The One Ring rules over the one who bears it and along with that comes the inevitable evil possessed within the ring the ring is just simply pure evil and power Good on the other hand is represented through the group of men elves and dwarfs trying to dispose of the ring and triumph over the evil within Evil is constantly on the heels of good but good constantly prevails Frodo has a constant battle with the evil possessed in the ring and with others trying to get the ring because they have a need for the power it possesses Evil is constant power and killing without looking at the effects of kindness and logic that good has The rings were all created for one specific reason and that reason was for all of Middle Earth to be ruled by pure evil The dark lord Sauron crafted the rings in the fiery pits of Mount doom He gave rings to the leaders of all the ruling races and therefore was able to control them all using the One Ring the all powerful All of the kings and leaders gained great power through the rings of Mount Doom The purpose behind the rings was to eventually corrupt all the leaders and inflict all of evil upon them They were then to all be brought together within the land of Mordor where eventually all of Middle Earth would be ruled by evil The one thing Sauron did not plan on was to be slain by a human who would wear the ring until he was slain in a river The One Ring was then lost for many years until one day found and brought back to life by being put on the finger of a hobbit The One Ring is a symbol for the pure evil that exists in
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