It can thus be readily understood that when Saruman offered to take command of Isengard and repair it and reorder it as part of the defences of the West he was welcomed both by King Frealaf and by Beren the Stewart. So when Saruman took up his abode in Isengard, and Beren gave to him the keys of Orthanac, the Rohirrim returned to their policy of guarding the Fords of Isen, as the most vulnerable point in their western frontier.
There can be little doubt that Saruman made his offer in good faith, or at least with good will towards the defence of the West, so long as he himself remained the chief person in that defence, and the head of its council. He was wise, and perceived clearly that Isengard with its position adn it great strength, natural and by craft, was of utmost importance.
We all know that hobbits are hobbits , Elves are Elves, Humans are Humans, but are Wizards born into Wizard famillies, or was there simply a few wizrds apointed at the begining of time?
Erm, if getting yourself a place to live is so bad guys, then how come Radagast the not at all bad lives in Rhosgobel Hmmm?
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