Rings of Power Season 2: What Could Happen in Mordor


To be honest, I wasn’t going to continue writing about what might happen in Mordor in The Lord of the Rings Season 2. Eregion would be an easier and probably more interesting subject of speculation. Or Lyndon. Because the references to Mordor in the series itself were too vague.

Let’s face it, we didn’t see much of Sauron’s front yard, other than the fire-breathing Mount Doom and the ominously red-tinged dust. And too much vague information from Tolkien’s Canon and Legendarium, for not much more is recorded, at least at the time of Mordor’s origin, around the year 1000 of the Second Age, than that Sauron claimed a tract of land surrounded by protective mountains and began to shape the region for his evil purposes.

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