|“||There is no light, Wizard, that can defeat darkness.||„|
|~ Sauron (as the Necromancer) as he encounters Gandalf the Grey in Dol Guldur|
|“||There is no life in the Void. Only death.||„|
|~ Sauron to Frodo when he puts the One Ring on|
Sauron, known also as Mairon and Gorthaur is a fallen Maia and the creator of the One Ring of Power. He served also as the Dark Lord during the second and third ages, after his master Melkor/Morgoth's downfall, taking Mordor as his land, and becoming thus its lord, and building Barad-dur. He was also the Necromancer of Dol Guldur during the Hobbit. He is a shadow and the main antagonist of the Middle-Earth saga.
He serves as the main antagonist of the Lord of the Rings book by J.R.R Tolkien, and the film adaptations by Peter Jackson, serving as one of the two main antagonists of The Fellowship of the Ring (the other being Saruman), the secondary antagonist of the Two Towers and the main antagonist of The Return of the King. He serves also as the tertiary antagonist of the Hobbit trilogy by Peter Jackson, serving as the tertiary antagonist in An Unexpected Journey, the tertiary antagonist of Desolation of Smaug and the tertiary antagonist of Battle of Five Armies. He also served as the secondary antagonist of the Silmarillion, the secondary antagonist of the Children of Hurin and ultimately the secondary antagonist of the History of Middle-Earth.