5 Big Questions About The Lord Of The Rings, Answered
If you are a fan of The Lord of the Rings, you may be left with several questions about the series even after watching it and reading about it several times. Here are some of the most common questions answered.
If you have not yet watched or read books from The Lord Of The Rings, we suggest you do it now, for this article includes some serious spoilers! However, if you have read and watched and are left with many unanswered questions, this one will give you some peace. The first two episodes set the stage for the dama that will be unfolded in over five seasons of the Tv series. Set over a thousand years before the birth of Frodo, it will show the rise of Sauron and the creation of titular rings. Here are some questions that may have kept you awake after the end of season 1. Read on to unfold all the mysteries about the series!
Who Fell From The Sky?
It is not easy to ignore a man falling from a meteor. At the end of the episode, Poppy and Nori discuss who he might be. They rule out the possibility of him being a mortal or an elf. That leaves us with the wizard. Though Gandalf didn’t make it, it could be that it is a new wizard altogether. There is also a chance that it could be Sauron himself.
The Origin Of The Blades
In the story, Tolkien never wrote anything about the blades that fit the description. So there is a possibility that the weapon is a brainchild of the show. But it does lead to clues to where Sauron is and where he is hiding.
What’s In The Box?
In a classic Pulp Fiction fashion, Prince Durin IV and King Durin III open a box and look at a shining object. The king boasts that the treasure is essential to the future of Khazad-dûm.
Is Halbrand Evil?
The new talk online is regarding Halbrand’s identity. Though he is not mentioned in Tolkien’s writings, the arbitrary mention of him on Galadriel’s journey is somewhat random.
Where Is Sauron?
When the trailer was dropped in July, fans theorized that the character with blonde hair was Sauron. The feeling was dubbed as ‘slim and shady Sauron.’ Bridie Sisson plays nature, and while the actual name is not revealed, it is confirmed that she belongs to Rhûn and the eastern territory.