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Nov 19 2016, 9:54pm

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Rereading my own post

I don’t know where my mind was when I said the Necromancer was a White wizard? Of course not… (I think I was thinking about Saruman who wasn't named in TH.) There were no “White Wizards” at all in The Hobbit and your description of “white wizards” seems appropriate for that book.
Of course the Necromancer (Sauron) wasn’t an Istari or Wizard at all, but again as you say he could be considered a “wizard” or “black wizard”. Thanks… Smile

‘. . . the rule of no realm is mine . . .
But all worthy things that are in peril . . . those are my care.
For I also am a steward. Did you not know?'

Gandalf to Denethor

(This post was edited by Bracegirdle on Nov 19 2016, 9:56pm)

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Post edited by Bracegirdle (Valinor) on Nov 19 2016, 9:56pm

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