The Daughter of Sauron

He knew she was the daughter of the greatest evil known to Middle Earth. He knew that by marching her to her death, he would be saving the lives of millions. Is that why he has fallen so in love with her?

I only own Ruya, the daughter of Sauron. all other characters to their rightful owners! This is a legolasXoc fanfiction! Do not hate! Please read, rate, comment, and enjoy :)

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1. Ruya

It began with the forging of the Eternal Children. Three were made Elves; immortal, wisest...fairest of all beings. Seven Dwarf Lords; great minors and craftsman of the mountain halls. And nine...nine children were the race of men who, above all else, desire power. For within these children was bound the strength and will to govern each race. But they were all of them deceived; for ANOTHER child was made. In the land of Mordor, in the fires of Mount Doom, the Dark Lord Sauron forged in secret a master child to control all others. A young elf girl who he named Ruya; a beautiful being with long black hair and piercing golden eyes. And into this child, he poured his cruelty, his malice, and his will to dominate all life. One child to rule them all.

One by one, the free lands of Middle Earth fell to the power of the young girl, who desperately tried to fight off her cruel father. For while Ruya was created from evil and horror, she was sweet and timid. Not wanting to harm others, she battled her father for freedom, causing him to keep her chained to his side at all times. Along with Ruya, there were some who resisted. A last alliance of men and Elves marched against the armies of Mordor. On the slopes of Mount Doom, they fought for the freedom of Middle Earth. Victory was near! But the power of Ruya could not be undone.

Sauron bore down upon the cowering army, Ruya tugging on her chains behind him with little success. Taking his Black Mace, he effortlessly lashed out against his enemy. Ruya's eyes locked with a dark haired Elf named Elrond; the terror in each of their hearts was easily read upon their faces. Sauron bore down upon the elf, lifting his weapon for the killing blow. With the last ounce of bravery within her, Ruya threw herself between her father and Elrond, who gazed at her in shock. Sauron hesitated, no wanting to damage his beloved daughter. Taking this chance Elendil, the king of men, charged the Dark Lord. However, Sauron noticed him out of the corner of his eye and collided his deadly mace with the frail king's body. Ruya watched in horror as his body slammed against a rock and crumpled to the ground like a rag doll. Another man, far younger than the king, ran to his side and cradled him in his arms.

It was in this moment, when all hope had faded, that Isildur, son of the king, took up his father's sword and sliced the chain holding Ruya captive. Separated from his daughter, Sauron made a move to grab her. Another swing from the king's sword separated the dark lord's head from his body. Stumbling backwards, Ruya tripped and fell next to the new king. Sauron, the enemy of the free peoples of middle earth, was defeated. Ruya passed to Isildur, who had this one chance of destroying evil forever. But the hearts of men are easily corrupted, and Ruya's beauty was hard to resist.

Many years had passed and Isildur was just as cruel to Ruya as Sauron was. To him, she was nothing more than an object; a weapon to be used at his will. One day, while on a routine boarder patrol, a ack of Orcs ambushed Isildur and his soldiers. Tackled from their horse, Isildur and Ruya tumbled into a patch of tall grass. Gazing around him in horror, Isildur realized he could only save himself and Ruya. Grasping her face, he forced his lips against her own. This caused them both to become invisible to everyone except each other. Grabbing her hand, Isildur lead her to the river. He dragged her in behind him.

However, she betrayed Isildur to his death. Once under water, she kissed him again, causing them to become visible, and swam away with all her might. The king reached for her, only to become still as the arrows of Orcs on the riverbank pierced his back. Diving down into the depths of the freezing river, Ruya disappeared into the shadows. And some things that should not be forgotten were lost. History became legend, legend became myth, and for two and a half thousand years Ruya passed out of all knowledge, laying in slumber at the bottom of the Anduin River. Until, when chance came, she ensnared a new bearer.

Ruya was found by the creature Gollum, who took her deep into the tunnels of the Misty Mountains. Her evil aura brought to Gollum unnatural long life. For five hundred years it poisoned his mind. And in the gloom of Gollum's cave, she waited. Darkness crept back into the forests of the world. Rumor grew of a shadow in the east...whispers of a nameless fear. And Ruya percieved that her time had now come.

She abandoned Gollum. But something happened then that Ruya did not intend. She was found by the most unlikely creature imaginable; a Hobbit...Bilbo Baggins of the Shire. For the time will come when Hobbits will shape the fortunes of all.

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Bilbo returned to the Shire with Ruya. Unlike her father, Isildur, and Gollum, Bilbo was kind and allowed Ruya to explore the Shire at her leisure. As long as she stayed within the boundaries of her new peaceful home, Bilbo's only rule was that she was home by dark. Every Hobbit came to love her, but none so more than Frodo, Bilbo's nephew, his friend Sam, and his cousins Meridoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took (or Merry and Pippin to everyone who knew them best). She would spend countless afternoons with them, reading in the shade of trees as they fished or worked in their gardens. Ruya came to love her life in the Shire. She wished her life could remain this peaceful, yet she knew it would not. Already, Bilbo was showing the signs of obsesiveness that had consumed Isildur and Gollum. She could feel the growing evil growing from the lands of Mordor. Her father, the Dark Lord Sauron, had returned. She prayed that Gandalf the Gray would hurry and arrive.

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