Lord of the Rings Episode 5 introduces us to more mysterious characters. But who are these characters and do they live up to Sauron’s massive excitement?
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
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It feels like we’ve just returned to Middle-earth and we’re already in the second half of the first season. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power arrived However, the Amazon series remains tight-lipped about where Sauron is and whether we’ve seen him disguised as another character in a long time. Such exposure can likely be saved for later in the season. In any case, they are very popular among fans a stranger (Daniel Weyman) and Halbrand (Charlie Vickers); Adar (Joseph Mawle) they are more likely to be given outside odds.
Beforehand, after seeing the trailer, many were sure that we had already seen Sauron. A pale figure with short peroxide blonde hair who also came with white robes, many guaranteed him to be the future Dark Lord of Mordor. Due to his resemblance to Eminem, the character was already being called “The Slender Shadow of Sauron” in fan circles, and some were sure that Anson Boon (“Scan”) plays a role that is said to have an unconfirmed role in the series. But Rings of Power producer Lindsey Weber revealed before the launch Time logthat the mysterious figure is actually from Cowboy Bebop-Actress Bridie Sisson impersonated.
Many fans have already concluded that it probably won’t be about Sauron, as he will probably increase his power first by hiding and disguising himself and infiltrating the free nations of Middle-earth. Slim Shady Sauron’s presentation probably wouldn’t be favorable. But then who are the three women in white coats? The episode doesn’t give us a clear answer, but the formal style of her outfit and appearance lead many to believe that she cultists is, who worship Morgoth. On the other hand, the stars of our video weren’t big fans of roles in movies like Lord of the Rings:
What do potential cultists want from Meteor Man?
Mentioned several times in the Rings of Power, Morgoth was actually called Melkor and turned away from his duty to bring death and destruction to the world. The Elves defeated him with the help of the other Valar, the deities, ending the First Age, and Morgoth was later banished. Sauron was his most loyal servant and now takes his place in Middle-earth doing the work of his former master.
Rings of Power also already talked about humans teaming up with Sauron or Morgoth. The people of the southern lands have finally turned to the dark side, so elves like Arondir (Ismael Cruz Cordova) should be watching over them. Waldreg (Geoff Morrell) proved in just episode 5 that he still has loyal followers and willing minions of evil.
So if the three new characters are actually Cultivators under Morgoth, or maybe even Sauron, why are they so interested in the stranger aka Meteor Man? It shouldn’t be a coincidence that they are investigating his crash site. However, this does not necessarily mean that the stranger is indeed Sauron. But we’ve already gotten proof that despite his best efforts, he’s in league with dark forces (the fire when he crashed wasn’t hot, he’s prone to harm despite his good intentions). Maybe the cultists are interested in him just for that, maybe they want to use his power to help Sauron or even free Morgoth. These three seem to be following the sleuth’s trail in one way or another, so it’s likely that sooner or later the two groups will meet and then we’ll be able to learn more about their motives. You can find out how Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power continues. every Friday with a new episode address Amazon Prime Video.
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