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Those of the [[Rings of Power]] that [[Sauron]] gave to the [[Dwarves]] to seduce them to his service. The Dwarves proved too hardy to be lured in this way, though, and the Rings did little more than increase their native lust for gold. By the end of the [[Third Age]], Sauron had recovered three of the [[Seven Rings]] to himself, and the other four had been consumed by [[Dragons]].
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The "'''Seven Rings'''" refers to those of the [[Rings of Power]] that [[Sauron]] gave to the [[Dwarves]] to seduce them to his service. The Dwarves proved too hardy to be lured in this way, though, and the Rings did little more than increase their native lust for gold. By the end of the [[Third Age]], Sauron had recovered three of the [[Seven Rings]] to himself, and the other four had been consumed by [[Dragons]].

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The "Seven Rings" refers to those of the Rings of Power that Sauron gave to the Dwarves to seduce them to his service. The Dwarves proved too hardy to be lured in this way, though, and the Rings did little more than increase their native lust for gold. By the end of the Third Age, Sauron had recovered three of the Seven Rings to himself, and the other four had been consumed by Dragons.