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Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May15,2024

Amazon has not been stingy with images during the broadcast of the trailer for season 2 of Rings of Power. Aware of the criticisms attributed to it; its series, the platform delivered an epic, all-out trailer in which a lot happens. The opportunity to freeze the image and dissect the short sequences which announce the events to come. come.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#11 LA TRANSFORMATION OF SAURON

What is this black, sticky mass that reminds us of Venom advancing in the shadows? It could well be the transformation of the dark lord, fel. by evil. This is consistent with the words of Dwarven Prince Durin IV, who announces that “an ancient and powerful evil has returned.”

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#10 THE VISION OF Celebrimbor

The creator of the three Elven Rings sees a luminous portal open before him, gradually revealing a mysterious silhouette. Everything leads to believe that it isthe revelation of Sauron to the master blacksmith,who notices the deception. All the symbolism around the Dark Lord is there. (the portal, the flames).

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#9 ANNATAR THE GIVER

The actor Charlie Vickers who lent his features to Halbrand, and which turned out to be To be Sauron to At the end of season 1, he appears differently, with longer hair and stretched features. Indeedhe took the form of Annatar, an Elf sent to of the Valar to fool his fellows.However, the character of Annatar is at the heart of a major inconsistency. Because if in Tolkien, he will deceive the Elves by helping them to achieve their goals. having forged the Rings of Men and Dwarves (Celebrimbor forged those of the Elves without his assistance and in response to deception), in the series, the Elven Rings are already in existence. forged before all others. We're all waiting to see how the showrunners will manage to pick up the pieces and avoid putting the fans at risk. dos.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#8 MIRIEL IN DANGER

At around the 53 second mark we also see a figure that appears to be Miriel floating in the water as a sea monster appears in front She. This one looks like the wyrm, which we saw in the first season, but what does she want with it?

The Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#7 THE DESTRUCTION OF THE KHAZAD BRIDGE- DÛM

Disa and Durin III scared at home Khazad-Dûm. And for good reason, what seems to be a falling rock breaks the city's bridge. underground of the Dwarves. Could it be that this destruction was the result of the awakening of the scourge of Durin, the famous Balrog who lived hidden in the depths of the kingdom, and responsible of the exodus of the Dwarves? In the Lord of the Rings timeline, this event does not happen until much later (in the year 1980 of the Third Age). But given the impasses already existing; made by the screw series Screw Tolkien's writings, it would not be a surprise.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#6 THE THREE ELF RINGS

This shot showing the hands of Gil-Galad, Galadriel and Cerdan, bearer of the three Elven Rings, reassures about the union of the Elves and their incorruptibility. face to face Sauron. The following sequence reveals the diseased tree regaining its foliage. We assume that the relics are not foreign to it.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#5 A DWARF RING

For the Dwarves, seven rings were made. forged under the influence of Sauron, which have the particularity of to be set with a blue gem. Here, it is King Durin III who holds that of his people, the best known of all. The seven rings of the Dwarves had all disappeared from circulation in the world. the time of the War of the Ring. Some had been consumed by the fire of dragons, others had been destroyed. taken over by Sauron and his servants.

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#4 AR-PHARAZÔN ON AN EAGLE

Ar-Pharazôn, husband of Tar-Míriel and last king of Númenor disembarks as a hero on a city ​​tower, at eagle back, sword the hand. An intriguing scene, the great eagles are the messengers and spies of Manwë, one of the fourteen Valar.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#3 THE BATTLE OF OST-IN-EDHIL

Capital of Eregion, Ost-in-Edhil is the city of blacksmiths, where The Elvish Rings are therefore forged. Here, it is the seat of a powerful offensive at night. This agrees with Sauron's attack in 1695 in the Second Age. Unmasked, he sends his Orc armies to ravage the kingdom and destroy the city. We see Adar, who seems to command the enemy armies.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#2 THE STRANGER AND THE STICK

We still don't know who the stranger really is, although clues are growing that he 'it is in reality Gandalf. We see him using a stick to make magic again in the heart of an arid land, probably in the land of the Rhenish.

The Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

#1 BARAD-DÛR

The last shot of this trailer reveals a fortress still under construction. Everything leads to believe that it is Barad-dûr, the fortress of Sauron which dominates Mordor alongside the Mountain of Doom.

 Rings of Power season 2: 11 details to remember from the trailer

On your side, don't hesitate to offer your own analysis of this first Rings of Power trailer in the comments.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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