Camille is Dai Shi's servant, an ill-tempered user of the Chameleon spirit, which gives her the ability to camouflage into her backgrounds and use her tongue as a weapon in battle.
She remained quietly inside a wall of his palace for 10,000 years until Dai Shi returned in Jarrod's body, resuming her role as his second in command. Camille appeared as a hostess on the TV game show "Blow That Dough" in a plot to get the Rangers cancelled. Phantom Beast General Once Dai Shi becomes the Phantom Beast King, he makes Camille into a Phantom Beast General and gives her Rinzin Power.
Camille was not shown to have fought in the final battle between the Legendary Rangers and the Armada. Camille's action figure is labelled with Mele's name, her Japanese counterpart, instead of Camille's.
This is the second role of Holly Shanahan in which she plays a villain who later joins the side of good. Like Necrolai in Mystic Force, Camille's armor also sports a minor change to her Sentai counterpart's. Compared to her Sentai counterpart, Mele was more perky and cheery than Camille, who is a little bit more sadistic and serious.
There was a rumor that Camille was going to be played by Ria Vandervis who played one of the villains in the previous season. One of the most powerful artifacts ever created in Middle-earth, the One Ring was crafted by the Dark Lord Sauron in the volcano known as Mount Doom during the Second Age. To accomplish this goal, Sauron knew that the One Ring would need to contain an extraordinary amount of power. It was also known as the Ruling Ring, the Master Ring, the Ring of Power, and Isildur's Bane. After its original forging (about SA 1600), Sauron attempted to use it to subjugate the Elven wielders of the other Rings. In SA 3261, Ar-Pharazon, the last and most powerful of the Kings of Numenor, landed at Umbar at the head of an even more gigantic army to do battle with Sauron, in contention of Sauron's self-proclaimed title as Overlord of Middle-Earth and King of Men.
The Ring of Power was created by Sauron, and a great part of his power was put into it upon its creation. Although Sauron's body was destroyed in the Fall of Numenor, his spirit was able to bear the Ring back to Middle-earth and he wielded it in his renewed war against the Last Alliance of Elves and Men between SA 3429 and 3441[2].
The Ring was cut from Sauron's hand by Isildur at the end of the Siege of Barad-dur in SA 3441, and he in turn lost it in the River Anduin (at the Gladden Fields) just before he was killed in an Orc ambush (TA 2). The Ring remained hidden in the riverbed for almost two and a half millennia until a Stoor named Deagol discovered it while on a fishing trip. As is told in The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins found the Ring while he was lost in the caverns of the Misty Mountains. Bilbo escaped Gollum and the Orcs that inhabited the Misty Mountains by remaining invisible, and told a falsified account of his adventures to Thorin's company and Gandalf, claiming he had won the Ring as part of the riddle game. In TA 3001, Bilbo concocted a plan to leave the Shire for Rivendell, and both he and Gandalf had initially intended for Bilbo's nephew and adopted heir Frodo to inherit both Bilbo's estate and the Ring. However, Bilbo's strangely hostile reaction to giving up the Ring had greatly disturbed Gandalf.
Gollum was eventually captured while skulking around the borders of the Black Land, and was taken to the rebuilt Barad-dur. Around this time, Gandalf requested that Aragorn and his compatriots, the Dunedain Rangers, begin to keep an extremely close watch on the Shire, and they soon began to report that an inordinately large number of creatures not native to the Shire were being used to keep watch on it at someone's behest. Gandalf then hastened to the Shire and confirmed his suspicions; the Ring was indeed the One.
While on route to Rivendell, Aragorn and the hobbits stopped for an evening at Weathertop, where they were attacked by the five Nazgul that had not pursued Gandalf. Shortly thereafter, the Fellowship was scattered when Frodo and Sam split off from the rest of the group after an Uruk-hai attack. When a typical person put on the ring, he would be partly "shifted" out of the physical realm into the unseen realm, walking its threshold. Gandalf held that if the Ring was worn too frequently, the wearer would become wraith-like over time and become entirely subsumed into the spirit world. Besides a partial, if not complete, loss of sanity over time, there were possibly physical consequences of keeping the Ring, as Gollum had been physically ruined by the time of his death; emaciated, pale, and hideous to view.
The Ring's primary power was control over the other rings, including "mastery over [their] powers" and domination of the wills of their users. Post by Double-AIsn't gold a bit of a heavy element to just come squirting out of intense gravity of a neutron star after a collision?Double-AWhen neutron stars collide, the mass is to great to hold up and ablack hole forms.From Wikipedia --"Periodic table showing the cosmogenic origin of each element. She can also change into a Chameleon-like warrior for her battle mode, using a pair of sai as her weapons of choice. She serves Dai Shi out of devoted passion, proving herself by perfecting her abilities by withstanding the Claw Cannon and absorbing a bit of its energy before saving her master from Naja, slicing off his Life Talons for Dai Shi to use in his search for the Overlords.
She was also displeased at Dai Shi's change of personality after Carnisoar's training, deciding to resurrect Jellica to accomplish that. She once fought him as a human and cursed him by changing him into his current form and then swallowed him.
Afterwards, Camille begins to become targeted by Scorch as she is unknowingly helping Jarrod regain control over himself due to the fact that it is really Jarrod that has feelings for her, rather than Dai Shi. In this case, as Mele's costume has her breastplate resemble chameleon eyes, Camille's are simply repainted dark green, as to avoid drawing unnecessary attention to her chest. His intent was to concentrate and enhance his own power, and to exercise control over the other Rings of Power, which had been made by Celebrimbor and his people with Sauron's assistance.
However, when Sauron placed the Ring on his finger, the Elves were immediately aware of him.
The sheer size and might of the Numenorean army was enough to cause Sauron's forces to flee. Since it indirectly caused Isildur's death by slipping from his finger and revealing him to the Orcs, it was known in Gondor lore as Isildur's Bane. Shortly after discovering it, Bilbo came upon Gollum himself, who had intended to eat the lost Hobbit. Gandalf, who was also travelling with the Dwarves, was suspicious of Bilbo's story and of the Ring itself, which he immediately recognized as one of the Great Rings of Power due to the retarding effects it had had on Gollum's aging process. As the time came for Bilbo to give it up however, he became extremely reluctant to pass the Ring to his nephew, and his obstinacy over the issue led Gandalf to confront him directly about the Ring. Troubled by both his encounter with Bilbo and recent events in the world at large, Gandalf began to consider the possibility that the Ring might be more dangerous than he had first believed.
Knowing the Sauron would use every means at his disposal to get it back, Gandalf instructed Frodo to flee to Rivendell with it, as it was the closest safe haven. They continued on to Mordor alone, while the rest of the Fellowship, including a reborn Gandalf, prepared for war against Sauron's forces. A side effect (but usually the first effect noticed) of this was that it made the wearer invisible to physical beings like living men, but highly visible to other unseen beings like Ringwraiths. Perhaps the first was that the bearer of the Ring almost immediately began to develop an unusually strong attachment to it, and would be unwilling to give it up or abandon it.
It seemed to possess at least a limited will of its own, and could "call out" subliminally to other people, in an attempt to get them to pick it up or possibly kill the current owner. However, its effectiveness in this manner proved limited, as the wielders of the Three never used them while Sauron held the One, and the Dwarves to whom the Seven had been given proved too tough for Sauron's mental influence to take hold. She would later be referred to, in this new form, by Scorch and Snapper, as Camille Phoenix. When Jarrod was being attacked by Dai Shi after separating (because he makes the decision to refrain from destroying Casey), Camille ran in to protect Jarrod, losing her Rinzin powers and immortality in the process.
In this way, he hoped to gain lordship over the Elves and all of the other races in Middle-Earth.

Correctly assuming that Sauron's intent was to gain lordship over them, the Elves removed their Rings and put themselves beyond his influence. Understanding that he could not overcome the Numenoreans through martial might, Sauron surrendered to Ar-Pharazon and was taken back to Numenor as a prisoner.
Smeagol was changed by the Ring’s influence over several centuries into the creature known as Gollum. Bilbo managed to get Gollum to agree to a riddle game to determine his own fate; if he lost, Gollum would get to eat him, and if he won, Gollum would have to show him a way out of the caves. Some few years after Bilbo's return to the Shire, Gandalf managed to coerce from Bilbo the real story of how the Ring had come into his possession. At this point, though Gandalf did not yet know exactly what the Ring was, he could tell that it was both evil and gaining a great deal of influence over his old friend. He initially considered revealing his concerns to Saruman, the head of the White Council and the Istari.
As the other Rings were all accounted for, being in his possession, destroyed, or in the hands of the Elves, he knew that Gollum must have at some point possessed the One. Gandalf had intended to accompany them, but was lured to Isengard and imprisoned by Saruman, who wanted the location of the Ring so that he could take it for himself. However, after a fortnight's travel, and with the help of the Elven lord Glorfindel, both Frodo and the Ring were delivered safely to Elrond in Rivendell. Alone and without any clear sense of how to reach Mordor, Frodo and Sam quickly became lost in Emyn Muil's jagged hills. This "unseen world" was the world the Wraiths were forced to live in but it was also a world in which the Calaquendi held great power.
Like the other Great Rings of Power, it would extend the lifespan of a mortal who possessed indefinitely, but that person, as Gandalf put it, would not grow or obtain more life, but would merely continue, until every minute was an unbearable weariness. Race also seemed to perhaps play some part in it, as Hobbits in particular seemed to "fade" rather reluctantly. It was also capable of changing sizes and could easily slip off of a finger where once it had been tight, with no obvious explanation as to why. By extension, the Ring also conferred the power to dominate the wills of other beings whether they were wearing Rings or not.
The carbon in your body was made bynuclear fusion in the interior of stars, as was the oxygen. Elements beyond iron are made in large stars with slow neutroncapture (s-process), followed by expulsion to space in gas ejections(see planetary nebulae). Despite his cold treatment of her, Jarrod may carry the same feelings for her as he saved her twice from Jellica's wrath, though the second time he said it was because she was still of use.
While she normally shows him aggression, she has shown a softer side to him meaning she may care about him. She fought with a spiritless Casey and a Rinzin deprived Whiger when they arrived to free the other Rangers, bested by the combined efforts of the two Tiger Spirits. If it were damaged or destroyed, so too would be the portion of Sauron's fea contained in it. Infuriated that his plan had been thwarted, Sauron marshaled his armies to seize the Rings of Power by force.
However, Sauron's surrender was both "voluntary and cunning"[1], allowing him to gain access to the people of Numenor. The truth, as it turned out, had been quite innocent and was so similar to Bilbo's fabrication that Gandalf saw no real reason why Bilbo would have lied about his story in the first place, save perhaps to put his claim to the Ring beyond any possible doubt. However, having grown wary of Saruman's pride, he decided to keep his own council for the time being. Before he had departed however, he had given a letter to Barney Butterbur, the innkeeper of the Prancing Pony in Bree with instructions that it was to be delivered to Frodo immediately. There, a Council was convened, which incidentally included members of every free race in Middle-earth, to decide what to do with the Ring.
One potentially positive effect was that the Ring may have granted the wearer some understanding of the speech of evil creatures. Merely keeping the Ring without using it greatly slowed most of the negative effects of the Ring, but it could not do so indefinitely. Frodo Baggins was warned by Bilbo of this oddity, and kept it on a chain to make sure it never got lost.
However, this is its least accessible power, since it granted this ability in proportion to the user's natural capacity. Much ofthe iron in your body was made during supernovas of stars thatoccurred long ago and far away. She spares Lily's life when given the opportunity to destroy her, showing Camille has good inside of her that she is withholding.
Afterwards, she joins Jarrod when he leaves the team in guilt for having unleashed Dai Shi but upon hearing that the Rangers were about to be destroyed left to help them, having truly decided to be good. The Elves had not revealed to the Numenoreans the existence of the Rings of Power, and so Ar-Pharazon was unaware of the One Ring's existence and capabilities. There he and it remained for nearly five hundred years, until the Ring abandoned him and fell off his finger. He went to retrieve the Ring in order to use it's powers of invisibility to help him kill Bilbo, but flew into a rage when he found it missing.
Gandalf quickly came to believe that the Ring had an "unwholesome" effect on its owner that set to work almost immediately, as it was not in Bilbo's nature to lie, particularly regarding something so apparently trivial.
After a short, angry debate, Bilbo calmed down and managed to give up the Ring of his own free will.
Instead, he considered finding and interrogating Gollum in order to help him further understand the nature of the Ring. After months of fruitless wandering, Gandalf gave up on finding Gollum, leaving the seemingly hopeless search to Aragorn. The letter contained a warning to Frodo that he needed to leave the Shire at once, and had also contained a bit of information about Aragorn, whom Gandalf had instructed to watch for the hobbits and aid them if he could.
It was eventually decided that the Ring needed to be taken to Mordor and cast into Mount Doom, where it could be destroyed. Frodo and Sam managed to capture him, and after swearing an oath to serve the Ring's owner (in the immediate case Frodo), Gollum was ordered to lead the two hobbits to Mordor, as he had been there before and knew the way. While wearing the Ring, Samwise Gamgee was able to understand the Black Speech used by the Orcs of Mordor. Additionally, its owner did not need to wear it in order to benefit from its effects on aging; Bilbo and Gollum both hardly ever used the Ring, yet were both seen to age remarkably well (even in Gollum's case, though his lifestyle and extreme age warped his body in some ways). Perhaps most usefully, the Ring was capable of augmenting the abilities and powers of whatever being held it. The gold in your jewelry was likelymade from neutron stars during collisions that may have been visibleas short-duration gamma-ray bursts. Following the destruction of Unidoom, Camille concludes that she needs Rinzin Power and tries to convince some of the Phantom Beast Warriors to give her some, but they act like she is joking and refuse.
Ascending rapidly to become the King's most trusted councilor, Sauron was able to use the Numenoreans' fear of death as a way to turn them against the Valar, and toward worship of Melkor.
Deducing that Bilbo had it from his last question— "What have I got in my pocket?"— Gollum chased him through the caves, not knowing that Bilbo had discovered the Ring's powers of invisibility and was following him to the cave's exit.
However, he saw no real danger in letting Bilbo keep the Ring despite the Hobbit's strangely possessive attitude towards it.
He searched for news of Gollum, and managed to determine that Gollum had indeed left the Misty Mountains to locate the Ring.
Desperate for information, he realized while thinking of Saruman's ring-lore that the only source from which he could have obtained his knowledge was some sort of account left by Isildur, as he was the only person ever to have possessed the Ring besides Sauron. However, the letter was never delivered, and as such, Frodo delayed his departure in the hopes that Gandalf was simply late.

Frodo volunteered to carry the Ring there, and a company of eight companions were chosen to accompany him. Passing through the Dead Marshes, the hobbits came to the Black Gate and prepared to enter Mordor. It also sharpened one's senses, and allowed one to perceive otherwise hidden things according to the stature of whomever wielded it. The circumstances of initially finding the Ring also seemed to play a profound role in how quickly the Ring's negative effects began to take hold of the bearer, as did the bearer's own disposition. While someone like Frodo was granted only a very limited increase in his perceptiveness, a Maia, Elf or Numenorean of great stature would have their innate powers vastly augmented, and would be able to, in time, draw upon the full power of the Ring itself. Elements like phosphorus andcopper are present in our bodies in only small amounts but areessential to the functioning of all known life. After Dai Shi was destroyed, Camille is last seen being a new student alongside Jarrod in the Pai Zhuq Academy, with Casey as the main instructor. He captured Eregion in short order and took back the Nine Rings that were kept there, and captured Celebrimbor, the maker of the Elven Rings of Power. At one point as he neared the exit, Bilbo was presented with an opportunity to easily kill Gollum, but relented out of pity for Gollum's wretched condition.
However, lulled by the fact that Saruman had revealed to the White Council on at least one occasion that the Ring was beyond finding, he decided to let Gollum be.
Gandalf then traveled to Minas Tirith in search of any records Isildur might have left behind concerning the Ring. Eventually however, Frodo decided that he could no longer wait, and with his companions, Samwise Gamgee, Peregrin Took, and Meriadoc Brandybuck set out without him for Rivendell. The Fellowship of the Ring, as the group came to be known, began the long trek to Mordor, but Saruman's treachery prevented them from traveling through the Gap of Rohan. However Gollum, learning only upon their arrival of Frodo's intent to actually enter Mordor, revealed that there was another way in; the pass of Cirith Ungol. Gollum, for instance, obtained the Ring by means of murdering his close friend, and as such the negative effects of the Ring on his mind in particular manifested relatively quickly. The featured periodictable is color coded to indicate humanity's best guess as to thenuclear origin of all known elements. This proved to be an unfortunate oversight on Gandalf's part, because Gollum's long possession of the Ring had incidentally left him open to an mental summons from Sauron, who was putting forth his power to draw as many evil beings as possible to Mordor to rebuild his forces. After a thorough search, he finally came across a short manuscript by Isildur concerning the Ring's properties, including an important note that the Ring, when made hot, seemed to manifest fiery writing upon its outer band. Their delay however, had allowed Sauron's servants, a number of strange, black-clad horsemen, to journey to the Shire and begin searching for the Ring.
With the pass of Caradhras not traversable due to intense snow storms, the group was forced to trek through Moria. Bilbo, on the other hand, not only obtained the Ring simply by way of finding it by chance, but when confronted with an opportunity to slay Gollum mere minutes after finding it, he chose not to out of pity for Gollum's wretchedness.
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Celebrimbor died under torment by Sauron, refusing to reveal what he had done with the Three Rings, which he valued most. Armed with this knowledge, Gandalf began a return trek to the Shire when he learned that, against all odds, Aragorn had somehow managed to find and capture Gollum. The hobbits had a few close encounters with these horsemen, but managed to stay out of their grasp. Due to this, the Ring had only just barely begun to negatively effect his mind even over sixty years of having it in his possession, and Bilbo was ultimately able to give it up of his own free will, which was next to impossible for anyone who had possessed the Ring for any length of time to do. A tool to teach kids to parrot science that is totally wrong.You start with the BB mistake and all the rest that follows is alsowrong.
Anyone interested in any topic should simply sign forclasses in the subjects they may not have majored in! After the destruction of Eregion, Sauron was able to conquer most of western Middle-earth fairly quickly, driving the Noldor under Gil-galad to the Havens and besieging Imladris. Gollum then revealed that he had been to Mordor, and that Sauron now knew virtually everything that Gandalf knew about the Ring's location.
Within a few days, they reached the village of Bree and encountered Aragorn, who revealed to them that he knew of their quest and was a friend of Gandalf's.
The rest of the Fellowship safely reached Lorien, where the Elven lady Galadriel bade them to rest and replenish their supplies.
Reaching the city of Minas Morgul, the hobbits began their climb up the winding stair to a long tunnel. But in SA 1700, as the Elves were nearing defeat, Tar-Minastir of Numenor led a great armada to Middle-earth and, together with Gil-galad, completely destroyed Sauron's armies, forcing Sauron to return to Mordor to regroup. While there, she spoke to Frodo concerning the Ring, revealing that even she was not immune to the temptation to take the Ring and wield it. Here, Gollum betrayed them, for inside the tunnel dwelt the monstrous spider Shelob, who sought to consume the two hobbits.
Fortunately however, Butterbur revealed Gandalf's letter to the hobbit party and they accepted his offer. However, she overcame the pull of the Ring, and provided each of the members of the Fellowship with a personal gift, specifically tailored to the skills of each.
By then, Gandalf had managed to escape from Isengard, and had begun desperately seeking for Frodo. Sam managed to drive the gigantic spider off, but believing that Frodo was dead, he took the Ring and resolved to finish the quest himself. He quickly reached the Shire, and discovered to his dismay that Frodo had only left a few days before. However, Frodo had simply been paralyzed by Shelob's venom, which made it appear as though he had been killed. Having intended for Frodo to have left weeks prior, he realized that Butterbur had almost certainly not delivered his letter. He was captured by a group of Orcs while he was unable to move but Sam, who had overheard the Orcs discussing Frodo's condition, followed them to the Tower of Cirith Ungol.
Furious, he arrived at Bree a mere day after the hobbits had left it, and learned from Butterbur that Aragorn had found them and was guiding them to Rivendell. Shortly thereafter, Sam managed to rescue Frodo in the aftermath of a mutinous battle among the Orcs who had captured him, which had resulted in nearly the tower's entire garrison killing each other.
With virtually no hope of finding Aragorn and the hobbits in the wilderness, Gandalf set out for Weathertop, hoping that Aragorn would make for it as well. However, he was attacked at the old ruins by all nine of the Nazgul, and though he managed to fend them off, he was ultimately forced to flee. In fleeing, he managed to draw four of the Nine into pursuing him, hoping that it would give the hobbits a greater chance of reaching Rivendell. Sauron immediately spotted him and, realizing the magnitude of his folly, sent the Nazgul on winged mounts to retrieve it. As fortune would have it however, Gollum, who had been spared moments before by Sam, attacked Frodo and bit the Ring and most of the finger it had been on off of Frodo's hand. Then, dancing with joy over retrieving the Ring, Gollum took one misstep and toppled over the side of a cliff into the Crack of Doom.
There, the Ring was swiftly unmade, crippling Sauron's power and ensuring that he would never again threaten Middle-earth.

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