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Research Paper

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The Moguls:

The Dwarves:

(Durin's Bane):

 ...and their Dragons:
(Smaug attacking Esgaroth):

(Lone Nazgûl):

(Nazgûl on Fell Beast):

(Nine Men):

(In Armor):

(Sauron's Logo):
[see above]

The Rings of Power:

(Elves, Dwarves, and Men):

The One:
(The One Ring):

(Frodo putting on the Ring):


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