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He has a mind of metal and wheels; and he does not care for growing things, except as far as they serve him for the moment. And now it is clear that he is a black traitor.
— Treebeard

Saruman the White, also known as Sharku, Curumo and many others, was a powerful Istari wizard who lived in Middle-Earth during the Third Age, taking a notable role in the War of the Ring. Originally he was known as Saruman the Wise, and was one of the most trusted of Middle-Earth's Istari, but he became swayed by the power offered by the One Ring, and became one of Sauron's most powerful allies, though he secretly plotted to betray his new master and take the power of the Ring for himself.

Saruman's persuasive presence and cunning intellect allowed Saruman to poison the minds of his enemies and deceive those around him to hide his vile plans. In secret, Saruman was able to transform his home of Isengard into a massive industrial center and create an army of Orcs and Uruk-Hai to challenge the armies of Man, taking them by complete surprise. So great was this illusion, even his old friend Gandalf was unable to discover the truth behind Saruman's intentions until it was too late to stop him.

While his armies and technology were powerful, in the end his ambition was too great and his plans destined to fail. After his forces invaded the lands of Rohan, and were defeated at the Battle of Helm's Deep, he was left nearly defenseless against the unpredictable attack of the Ents, angered by his industrial cruelty, and he was left powerless. After being confronted by the Fellowship, and removed from his position, he fled, becoming known as Sharku and leading an army of Ruffians to invade and raze the Hobbit's home, The Shire. He was defeated and finally killed when the four Hobbits of the Fellowship- Frodo, Sam, Pippen and Merry, returned home and rallied their people to take back their home, ending with his longtime servant Wormtounge stabbing him to death with his dagger.

Battle vs. Voldemort (by Death'sapprentice77)Edit

Saruman is walking through the courts of Orthanc, all of a sudden a bolt of green energy surges past his head he turns and sees Voldemort his wand raised for battle. Saruman retaliates hurling a bolt of lightning at Voldemort who apparates away from it and reappears near the wizard and casts Crucio on him. Saruman screams and falls to the ground, writhing in pain. The Dark Lord lifts the curse and prepares another spell but Saruman trips Voldemort with his staff and begins viscously beating him with it.

Before he can suffer any more damage Voldemort apparates again a bit further from him. Saruman throws a Fireball at him but Voldemort apparates away and the projectile hits the ground and explodes. He reappears with Nagini and hisses to the snake in parseltounge and Nagini slithers into a nearby brush. Once again Voldemort casts Avada Kedavra. Thinking fast Saruman fires a bolt of lightning hitting the green bolt causing an explosion. Saruman hears hissing and finds that Nagini has slither up next to him ready to bite. Saruman throws the snake with telekinesis and fires a burst of lightning at the snake, frying it.

The wizard is caught off guard as Voldemort had appeared next to him and had cast Crucio on him. The dark lord lifts the spell and apparates away not to repeat the first time. He attempts again to cast Avada Kedavra but he is interrupted by Saruman's telekinesis and is pulled across the ground. Saruman spins his opponent around rapidly and then hurls upward. As Voldemort comes down Saruman speeds up the fall and causes the Dark Lord to land head first with a sickening crush. He then allows his Uruk-Hai to dine on his dead opponent.

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Battle vs. Anders (by Greenberet69)Edit

Anders is walking in Middle-Earth still on the run from the Templars and with the war between Middle-Earth and Thedas he doesn't expect the Templars to think that he is in Middle-Earth. He is walking when he soon notices a strange dark tower in the distance and decides to check it out. Unknown to him the tower is the Tower of Orthanc and inside the Tower is Saruman. Saruman walks onto the balcony and stares off into the distance and soon spots Anders. He walks out of the tower and walks down his path and Anders soon enters Isengard or whats left off it since the ents destroyed Isengard. Anders sees Saruman and sees his staff and thinks that he could be a mage from the Circle sent by the Templars and gets his staff Freedom's Call ready. Saruman is walking towards him and sees him prepare for battle and so thinking that this will be a quick and easy battle he casts his Fireball spell at Anders. Anders casts Winter's Grasp but the Fireball is to much and easiy disintergrates the spell and Anders is barely able to dodge it. Saruman surprised that he is stil alive is about to cast another Fireball spell but Anders reacts first and casts the Stonefist spell which hits Saruman at full force sending him flying back. Saruman gets up in anger and casts his Telekinesis spell and throws Anders against a some wooden rubble which comes crashing down on him. Saruman moves in to see if his foe is dead and just then Anders crawls out and so Saruman again casts Telekinesis picks him up and tosses him at the Tower. Anders hits the Tower at full force and hurts his back but is able to recover and then casts Winter's Grasp at Saruman. The spell hits Saruman and because off the water he feet freeze up and he is unable to move. Anders then casts Stonefist and once again Saruman gets knocked back but the force frees him from the frozen water. He gets out from under the unfrozen water spitting out the dirty water and casts Lightning Strike but Anders reacts quickly and casts the Chain Reaction Lightning spell and both spells get in a deadlock. Both Mages start moving towards each other trying to strengthen their spell but as soon as they get really close Saruman disengages and casts the Wizard Blast Spell sending Anders flying back at the steps of Orthanc. As he is lying there trying to recover he notices a barrel of oil and casts the Stonefist spell knocking it over and making the oil enter the water. Saruman is puzzled at why he did that and soon Anders stands back up and casts the Firestorm spell and before Saruman knows it the oil in the water gets lighten up with flames and sees that he is standin in a puddle of oil and as soon as the flames reach him he is lighten up in flames and yells in pain. In 5 minutes Saruman burns to death and falls into the oil water. Anders casts the Winter's grasp and makes a bridge out of the frozen water and leaves Orthanc to find somewhere else to hide from the Templars.

Winner: Anders

Expert's OpinionEdit

Anders won because of his better spells, and because of him having more combat experience then Saruman.

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Battle vs. Dominarian Sorcerer (by GSFB) Edit

Within his ancient, private chamber, Saruman sleeps with his eyes open, dreaming of how Rohan would be soon be destroyed,  with all humans wiped out and the white flag of saruman flying over Edoras and the Hornburg.


It was not all pleasant dreams of late, however, for a shadow was growing to the north, whispers of a horrid terror evoked his shivers and despair. Something was brewing, something so powerful that even Sauron grew worried about. The 9 Nazgul lords had already been sent to investigate what was occurring, but none had ever returned.


As he slept, a strange phantom went inside his chamber, its moan unearthly.












Awaken  by its presence, the White Wizard strikes the ghost telekinetically with his white staff, which makes the soul shake and flash with pale green lightning.

"Go back to the Shadow!"

The tormented soul dissapears with a howl, leaving a puff of dust and a chain behind.

...


The Next day, Saruman contemplates the tortured soul that came after him. The only one that could summon the dead was the Nazgul and the Dark Lord Sauron, But neither would attack him, for they were allies, and the Nazgul lords were most likely destroyed by whatever, or whoever it was that he sensed to the north, growing in power. Nevertheless he was curious and fearful, and sent Crebain ravens to Dunland and Mt Cahadras, which he felt was the region where the attack came.

However, as the Crebain neared the foothills of the Misty Mountains, the birds where confronted by a terrible, monsterous form from the skies.













The Crebain, gagging in the smog, turned to fly away, but the smog elemental stretched out its smoky tendrils and grasped each bird, taking it into itself.

Sauron felt the Crebain die in great heaps. He consulted the Palantir, and with Sauron's aid he located the sorcerer on Mt Cahadras, a woman of unusual powers and dark evil.


Later that night, as Saruman prepared for bed, the orcs spotted a Black human knight heading towards them. Though the Orcs outnumbered the knight, they couldn't bring themselves to intercept him, due to a spell laid on the knight that made his countenance terrible and monsterous.




















Saruman, being immune to the spell, conftoned the warrior. The Knight had a sword in one hand and a morning star in the other. The Knight reared his horse and charged, laughing maniacally. Saruman, enraged, knocked the Knight off his horse with a telekinetic staff attack. When the Knight stood up and pulled out his anlace dagger, Saruman fired a ball of flame from his staff, englufing the warrior in flame. All that ws left of the knight was charcoal and black, charred armor. Saruman then slew the horse with a telekinetic strike, and let the orcs of the tower feast on it.

...


the next day at noon, Saruman stood on top of Orthanc, summoning powers to rumble Cahadras.


"Wylle Ox-sum Yah. Eye-Cahadras, Eye-CAHADRAS!"


Mount Cahadras suffered from ten avalanches, yet the dark witch, though having to find somewhere else to dwell, survived the strikes.

"Not going to be that easy, Saruman the white!" the Dominarian sorceress said, smirking.

...

Saruman, fearing that the sorcereress was still alive, sent the wild men of dunland and Rohirrim under command of Wormtongue to where the witch was now located, 20 miles north of Orthanc.

As he was mustering his forces, Two ugly rats entered his tower, easily getting around its walls















Thr rats attacked Saruman, boring into his thighs with their sharp, septic incisors, Yet Saruman destroyed them with a Sauronic spell. Their corpses slimed their way out of his legs, and fell to the hard orthanc floor, quickly turning into pallid skeletons. While Saruman healed himself, He heard a loud commotion outside. Going to the patio of Orthanc, he saw his orcs under attack by hordes of rats and Zombies.
































The Orcs desperately grabbed at the rats and either tore them apart or bit them in two. The Ghoulraiser was slain quickly by Orcish archers. The Gutter Skulk managed to slay 18 orcs before it fell through the pit leading to the Fighting Uruk-Hai birthing chambers. There it encountered Lurtz, who was just breaking through its membrane. It grabbed the zombie rat and crushed it with his bare hand.

Saruman had victory, yet his forces suffered heavy casualties.


...


Meanwhile, both the wild men and Rohirrim Hunted the sorceress. As they did so, they sudenly saw on the horizon a horde far more numerous than any found in the land of mordor.










Though the wild men and the Rohirrim fought bravely, they quickly fell to the undead, who brought some of them into the living dead fold.


The sorceress then made spells that attacked Saruman himself, draining much of his life











Saruman recovers, however, and when he sees that the human attack was lost, he sends in Lurtz and his fighting uruk-hai to attack the sorceress.

Lurtz and his Uruks traveled to the outskirts of Fangorn, sniffing out their target. Eventually they caught up with her. She smiled, gesturing the barbrous uruks to her. As Lurtz abliged, the Dominarian cast a spell: Like great, ancient oaks Lurtz and his fellow uruk-hai fell, breatheless and bleeding out on the green grass.










Saruman grew furious when he saw that his troops were felled so easily, and decided to send in another attack, by warg riders. Yet before he got to do this, the sorceress slew wormtongue.











The Warg Riders, led by the Snaga orc Sharku, approached fangorn with utmost fury and speed. Over a mile from their enemy, the orcs and wargs encountered an army of ghouls.
























The sorceress slew the ghoulraiser, making the corpse brigade poisonous to the touch. A mighty battle ensued, and though the warg riders slew all the ghouls and started again to the enemy, they too grew pale, fallen, lifeless.

...


As Saruman grew ready to unleash his fighting uruk-Hai, he found himself under attack once again.













He recovers, however, and sends his fighting Uruk-Hai to  battle.


"To War!"


The Uruk-Hai, tens of thousands strong, march towards the sorceress. The Uruks feel strong, confident in their numbers. But as they drew close, they saw an enormous, colossal horror being summoned by the black witch, a being that overshadowed them all like a great thunderhead.
















The monster, snorting and farting, began to step on the Uruk-Hai. The Uruks fired their crossbows and catapults at the hulking brute, but it would not go down. Berserker Uruks climbed the hulk using its hair, making their way towards its head. The beast swatted most of them off while continuing to stamp down on the enemy below. By the time the surviving Berserker made its way to the creature's head, all the uruks below were flattened and smeared. The surviving Berserker ran into the monster's ear, penetrated the ear drum, and lit the mine it had brought with him.

The explosions, muffled by the enormous flesh of the beast, penetrated its brain and sent jets and rivers of blood mixed with liquified grey matter to the fields before fangorn. The Big Furry monster shook, then staggered, and fell fowards, causing the misty mountains nearby to tremble. awakening Stone Giants.



By next night, while the white wizard contemplates his doom, he looks out a window and sees an approaching horde:





























As the moon glowed in starlight, the tower of Orthanc , pelted by demonic arrows, giant zombie fists, smog whirlwinds, and lighting dragon breathe, fell, shattering into a thousand pieces...



WINNER:Dominarian Sorceress

Expert's Opinion Edit

Saruman the White is a powerful and creative Istari who has created several hordes of Uruk-Hai himself and he also has the Orcs, Wargs and Wildmen under his command along with some thugs of his servant Grima Wormtongue but the Dominarian Sorceress is powerful enough to summon undead armies which are more than enough for the entire horde of Saruman and as everyone has noticed, a Dominarian Wizard has defeated Sauron himself who is Saruman's master.

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