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The One Ring was power, and the Council had it. If a man wore it, he could control the world. But the Ring’s power came from Sauron. His power — in the ring — would destroy you. And his power would destroy all goodness. The Council had to decide what to do with the Ring.
Some members wanted to use the Ring. Perhaps it was a gift to help them fight against Sauron. But a wearer of the ring would only become its slave. The Ring had to be destroyed in Mordor, in the fires of Mount Doom. But who could carry it and not become its slave? A small Hobbit, Frodo Baggins, stepped forward. “I will take it,” Frodo said. “I will take the Ring to Mordor, though I do not know the way.”
Frodo is an unlikely hero. He is not great in size and strength. But he is humble and honest. And his heart is true. But even for Frodo, the Ring brings evil desire. And as he carries it, he must fight against himself. Frodo is just a little Hobbit. But together with his friends, he must do great things.
The Lord of the Rings is a fantasy written by J. R. R. Tolkien. It consists of three books that have sold over 100,000,000 copies. Starting in 2001, Peter Jackson directed three movies of the story. It takes over 11 hours to watch all three films. The films were popular and won many awards. But to enjoy them, you need to learn about the world Tolkien created. And if you enter this world, you too will become a fan of The Lord of the Rings.