|"Listen well, all of you!", "Saruman,"|
is nothing more than an insignificant stub.
It is in desperate need of more content.
So says Maleficent:
the Mistress of All Evil.
Saruman became entranced by the history of the Rings of Power, and learned from the records of Minas Tirith that the Ring had fallen into the river Anduin, and began searching for it. He sought the power of the One Ring, both by acquiring the One Ring itself and by making a ring of his own. While using the Palantir of Isengard Saruman was detected and ensnared by Sauron, who had another of the 'seeing stones'. Saruman decided to betray his duties and aid Sauron, though his real intention was to take the One Ring for himself and overthrow Sauron with it, yet also to take all the power of the rings for himself.
In the book, The Two Towers, he made his own ring, changed his robes, and called himself 'Saruman of Many Colours'. In the movies his ring is not mentioned, and he remains in white robes.
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