Question: Can The Valar Destroy One Ring?

Who would win smaug vs Sauron?

The only way Sauron wins this is if he corrupts Smaug with magic, but even that is unlikely.

Smaug is arguably too powerful to fall under his spell.

1: There are too many.

Some archer or troll will get lucky eventually, Smaug would kill hundreds to thousands but that’s nothing to Sauron..

What if Voldemort had the One Ring?

Voldemort (probably any not-so-weak wizard/witch in HP universe) would prevail against Sauron, equipped the one ring and banish Sauron. With the ring’s power, Voldemort the dark lord would become immortal even without horcruxes and Sauron would forever remain in spirit form.

Why did the Valar not stop Sauron?

So Sauron simply used their fear of death, to turn them against the Valar on a suicide-mission; and so then the Valar wouldn’t help them due to their treachery, as Valandil learned when he tried to seek their aid. Because of what happened after they did come for Morgoth.

Why didn’t they throw the ring into the sea?

The point of destroying the ring was not to keep him from getting stronger, but to destroy that power, and it’s master. So if the ring was at the bottom of the ocean, or under a mountain, it would make no difference to Sauron having access to it’s power.

What if Sauron repented?

So if Sauron had repented “out of the blue” he would have simply been doing what Manwe had commanded him to do all those millennia ago. While I would imagine that his judgement in the Third Age would be harsher than it would have been after the First Age, the Valar would have imprisoned and rehabilitated him.

Who is more evil Voldemort or Sauron?

So overall, in terms of unadulterated malice it goes to Sauron, in terms of sadistically enjoying the suffering of others it goes to Voldemort, and in terms of the physical and social extent of evil and number of deaths caused it goes to Palpatine. There are different types of evil, and each villain embodies one.

Who is the most powerful person in Lord of the Rings?

Answer by Stephen Tempest: God is the most powerful entity in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings universe. The Elvish name for him is actually Eru Ilúvatar, meaning “the one, father of all.” So the question becomes: Who is the second-most powerful being?

What would have happened if Sauron got the ring back?

Sauron would aquire the Ring, and create more and more troops and fire and evil schemes and things to bloat up his already enormous army. He would first overthrow Saruman, as he is no more use to him, and occupy Orthanc with one of his brilliant generals and leave a bit of the great army there.

What if the ring was sent to valinor?

Long story short, the Valinor wouldn’t have accepted it and eventually, it would have found its way back to middle earth but in the meantime, leaves the good guys with no way to put Sauron down. Assuming that: The Ring makes it to the Havens, likely with a large armed escort because no hope of secrecy remains.

Is Sauron more powerful than Gandalf?

Sauron was far more powerful than Olorin-that-became-Gandalf, and far more powerful than any of the Istari. He was amongst the most powerful of the Maiar when they first came into being, and only became more powerful as he learned new powers and sorceries at the foot of Morgoth.

Can the One Ring be destroyed by dragon fire?

“It has been said that dragon-fire could melt and consume the Rings of Power, but there is not now any dragon left on earth in which the old fire is hot enough; nor was there ever any dragon, not even Ancalagon the Black, who could have harmed the One Ring, the Ruling Ring, for that was made by Sauron himself.”

Why didn’t Gandalf or Elrond take the ring to valinor and destroy it there couldn’t the Valar destroy the ring with all their powers?

The very reason Gandalf was sent in the first place was to help the people of Middle Earth deal with their own problems. Taking the Ring to Valinor would break the deal and force the Valar to get involved. … They would fall victim to the power of the ring and be unable to destroy it. They would become wraiths eventually.

Did smaug know Sauron?

2 Answers. This is a very interesting question, however things are quite different in the book and in the movie, the short answer is that Smaug probably didn’t know about the ring nor Sauron, the long answer is explained below.

Is Smaug the last dragon?

Smaug was the last named dragon of Middle-earth. He was slain by Bard, a descendant of Girion, Lord of Dale.

Could the Infinity Gauntlet destroy the One Ring?

Also, the ONLY way the Ring can be destroyed is Mount Doom. Changing that one detail would change everything about the events of The Lord of The Rings. The power within the ring is that of a God. And yes, while we see Thanos fighting “gods” he’s not actually fighting them at their full power.

Is Sauron an elf?

No Sauron is not an elf, elves are the firstborn children of iluvatar but Sauron is a maia an angelic being that has existed before the universe was even created. He’s a divine spirit that existed long before the creation of Eä but turned to evil when Morgoth corrupted him.

Can Valar destroy ring?

First and foremost, the Valar would not accept it. “But Gandalf has revealed to us that we cannot destroy it by any craft that we here possess,” said Elrond. “And they who dwell beyond the Sea would not receive it: for good or ill it belongs to Middle-earth; it is for us who still dwell here to deal with it.”

Is Valar stronger than Sauron?

Sauron’s armies were immensely powerful and the Valar would be bound in physical, destructible forms. If you mean to say, could they summon a host to destroy Sauron, then the answer is certainly yes.

Who is the weakest Valar?

BEORN1 WEAKEST: BEORN However, he agreed to shelter and help Gandalf and the company of Thorin Oakenshield. After Thorin took back Erebor, Beorn came to his aid and fought against the goblins and wargs in the Battle of the Five Armies.

Why is Sauron evil?

Sauron is considered evil because he served Morgoth (Melkor) he then went to Numenor and did a great deal of evil and trickery upon the men living there, corrupting them and lying to them all in the pursuit of his own means of power.

Why can’t humans go to Valinor?

Humans can’t stay in Valinor because their ultimate fate lies beyond the Circles of the World – which is their blessing. Thomas Snerdley, The greatest story ever told.

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