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Roger is first shown crushing sandcastles and throwing rocks (aiming to miss) at littl'uns. Then, as the novel progresses, he leans on the lever that sends a boulder down Castle Rock (aiming to hit) and killed Piggy. His final, and most disturbing, display of cruelty is when he, "sharpened a stick at both ends." This signifies that he was ready to murder Ralph, cut his throat, and put his decapitaited head on the stick as an offering to Satan.

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