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The Lord of the Rings – The Rings of Power: here's why Sauron is different

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May16,2024

Already Present in the first season, Sauron will however play a leading role in the second season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The first trailer for this season 2 notably revealed Sauron's new appearance. Discover how and why the Dark Lord changes his appearance.

The Lord of the Rings - The Rings of Power: Here's Why Sauron is Different

Sauron: cult character

The trailer for season 2 of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power revealed the new appearance of Sauron. Indeed, in the universe of Tolkien,Sauron has the ability to change his appearance, which allows him to deceive his enemies. A power that also allows him to create rings of power before the eyes of the Elves. Logically, this season 2 should explain how Sauron will create the One Ring.

At the end of season 1, spectators discovered that Halbrand,the character played by by Charlie Vickers, was in reality Sauron in disguise. Sauron had been missing since the fall of Morgoth. At the end of the First Age, many assumed that the villain was gone forever. But the latter has made his comeback, disguised as a in Man.

The Lord of the Rings - The Rings of Power: here's why Sauron is different

Charlie Vickers will reprise the role of Sauron in season 2 of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, but in a new light. Indeed, the character sports superb long, blonde hair and pointy ears, which would even make Legolas blush. Sauron makes his appearance at the end of the day. the very end of this first trailer, surrounded by of Elves ready to go! cut it into pieces. He then uses his terrifying powers to get out of this mess.

But then, how can we explain this drastic change in appearance between the first and second seasons? There is a totally canonical reason behind this element. p>

Annatar

In Tolkien's novels, Sauron deceives the Elves by pretending to be one of them.Indeed, he infiltrates the Kingdom of Elves to manufacture the rings of power. He then disguises himself as an Elf and takes the name Annatar. The first season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power a remixé this story by making Sauron a human named Halbrand. However, he fails to achieve this. steal only three rings thanks to this method. Sauron will therefore try the experiment again, this time pretending to be an Elf named Annatar.

The Lord of the Rings - The Rings of Power: Here's Why Sauron is Different

Sauron has shapeshifting powers until his death. the end of the Second Age of Middle-earth. This rather practical power is then removed. by Eru,the God of Tolkien's universe. All these events take place well before the plot of The Lord of the Rings or even the Hobbit. em> But this punishment has not yet been achieved. inflicted during the time of The Rings of Power.

Sauron’s objective

With this transformation into Annatar, Sauron wants to finish the task he started. in the first season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. In this first season, he recovers the 3 rings forged by the Elves. But he still needs to get his hands on the 7 rings of the Dwarves and the 9 rings of Men.

The Lord of the Rings - The Rings of Power: Here's Why Sauron is Different

But the finality The cause of this infiltration is obviously the creation of the One Ring. If season 2 of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power addresses the transformation of Sauron into Annatar, then the creation of the One Ring is not far away either .The origin of these rings and the One Ring is the starting point for this Amazon Prime series. But the subject has to be discussed. barely been touch in the first season. But this first trailer suggests that season 2 of The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power is going to get to the heart of the matter. We'll meet on August 29 on Amazon Prime Video to discover Sauron's new shenanigans.

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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