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The Fellowship of the Ring Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The One Ring

The Master Ring and one of twenty, made to rule all the others given to the various rulers of Middle Earth. The Dark Lord, Saruman's, life force is contained in this ring and as long as it continues to exist so will him and his power to destroy Middle Earth.

The Shire

Land of Hobbits and of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins.

Rivendell

Rivendell is one of the many lands of the Elves and Ruled by Elrond.

Mordor

Mordor is a region of darkness where Sauron builds his army and waits for the return of the One Ring.

Lothlorien

Lothlorien is the Land of the Tree Elves, which is ruled by Lady Galadriel and Lord Celeborn.

Anduril

Anduril is the sword of Aragorn, broken by Sauron when Isildur once used it to fight him, and re-forged and re-named by Aragorn before he leaves Rivendell to fight...

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