All 10 Lord of the Rings Sauron Forms Explained

Because of his capacity to change forms and hide his actual identity, Sauron has been able to avoid defeat and win over his adversaries.

In Middle-earth, Sauron has assumed many other guises, including those of a werewolf, serpent, vampire, and Annatar.

In Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings films, Sauron frequently took the shape of a large lidless eye and embodied nothing but pure evil and darkness.

It's not unexpected that the Dark Lord, also known as Sauron the Deceiver,

assumed various guises in The Lord of the Rings. Although many fans have come to associate the towering antagonist in J.R.R. Tolkien's 

high fantasy saga with Sauron from Peter Jackson's The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy,

Sauron's appearance in the Lord of the Rings movies is very different from Tolkien's description (or lack thereof) in the books. 

 One of the reasons Sauron has endured for many millennia in Middle-earth is because of his shape-shifting skills. He has lurked in the background of nearly every significant fight involving the races of Men,

Elves, Dwarves, and Hobbits.

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