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Hidden Ring



Fantasy | Logic | Memory | Puzzle

Long ago, the One Ring was forged by a Dark Lord named of Sauron during the Second Age to gain dominion over the free peoples of Middle-earth. In disguise as the "Lord of Gifts", Sauron secretly aided the Elven smiths of Eregion and their leader Celebrimbor in the making of the Rings of Power. He then forged the One Ring himself in the fires of Mount Doom. Sauron intended it to be the most powerful of all Rings, able to rule and those who wore the others. Since the other Rings were themselves powerful, Sauron was obligated to place much of his own poer into the One to achieve his purpose. Creating the Ring simultaneously strengthened and weakened Sauron's power. On the one hand, as long as Sauron had the Ring, he could control the power of all the other Rings, and thus he was significantly more powerful after its creation than before;[3] and putting such a great portion of his own power into the Ring ensured Sauron's continued existence so long as the Ring existed. On the other hand, by binding his power within the Ring, Sauron became dependent on it—without it his power was significantly diminished. In the top left corner of the screen there will appear 16 symbols, either a red wizard or a ring. Your objective is to match the pattern shown there on the main board by click the blue wizards that are rings on the template. Click the template and for half your score you will be able to take another look at it. Watch out! Sometimes the evil red wizard can try to cover the template to make it harder for you.