The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
| September 1, 2022 (United States)
Summary: Epic drama set thousands of years before the events of J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confro... Read all
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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power 2022: Arondir is first seen being presented to the orc legion. He, along with the other convicts, is shackled to the ground and made to dig. It also appears that they are serving someone by the name of Adar, who may in fact be an alias for Sauron.
Arondir jumps up and offers to cut down the tree when the orcs slice Medhor’s throat for questioning their method and protesting against it.
At the same time, Galadriel and Halbrand awaken on a ship. She accepts a bowl of food from him and devours it quickly. As the ship approaches The Land of the Star, the Island Kingdom of Numenor, she is wary of her rescuers.
Through Galadriel’s explanation, we gain insight into the history and culture of this mysterious island nation. The Valar awarded Man this island as a reward for fighting alongside the Elves in the last great war (which regrettably occurred off-screen during the prologue). Things have altered much since then, with Numenor severing ties to its past and actively discouraging Elven visitors.
Galadriel, accompanied by Halbrand, arrives at the council and demands a ship to Middle Earth. Queen Regent Miriel laughs as Galadriel rudely claims she has no need for her welcome but insists she will pass through anyhow. Halbrand proposes waiting a few days just as tensions are rising. Exact count: 3.
It has been a while since we last heard any exposition, so here you go. Elendil is revealed to be the name of the ship’s captain who rescued Galadriel. He comes from a long line of nobility, but now he serves in the Sea Guard and is raising a son who will likely follow in his footsteps. And that son is Isildur, who we all know will eventually steal the Ring.
While Elendil is a rare Western name, its meaning—”one who adores the stars”—is fitting. Elf-Friend is another common colloquial meaning. The Queen Regent, however, is not pleased with his picking up Galadriel and has warned him that doing so may constitute treason. He needs to be helpful to her in order to put an end to that.
Galadriel walks to the dock, where she mulls over robbing some poor fisherman of their boat. Elendil appears and tries to stop her. So she draws her blade and demands to know who this “mortal” is who addresses her as though he even knows who she is. A corny scene ensues, with Galadriel beaming and riding her horse across the beach, when Elendil mentions the Hall of Lore.
On his return to Numenor, Halbrand uses riddles and tactics to engage his audience before showing off his dominance by killing four men who attack him in an alley. The royal guard arrives and is immediately halted by the sight of blood splattered on the wall.
Galadriel discovers that a human spy who was rescued from an enemy dungeon and bore the mark of Sauron is mentioned in the Hall of Lore. This is the basis for any map of the Southlands, of course. This alludes to a plot in which evil is intended to emerge in a different world. If Sauron has returned, the Southlands are just the beginning. Galadriel issues a warning.
There’s more unfolding drama with the Harfoots. Just as they’re getting ready to leave, that weird wizard (Gandalf) shows up in town and utters Nori’s name. Despite the fact that the law requires Nori to be decaravaned so that the Brandyfoots can leave the Harfoots behind, Nori and her people are allowed to keep moving forward, although at the very back of the caravan. The caravan had been having trouble getting going, but the arrival of this wizard boosted their progress.
The daughter of Elendil is welcomed into the Builders’ Guild in Numenor, and Galadriel pays a prison visit to Halbrand. It turns out that Halbrand is a legitimate monarch. Upon reaching the prison walls, he declares to Galadriel, “I am not the hero you seek, for it was my family who lost the war.” But Galadriel is determined, and she invites Halbrand to travel to Middle Earth with her so that they might restore honour to their families.
In the final moments of the episode, we return to the orc pits to watch Arondir and the others collaborate in an attempt to free themselves from their bonds. Arondir plays tug of war with the occupants, leading to him jumping to the roof and causing it to collapse.
To counteract them, the orcs release a lone warg. In defiance of the laws of physics and while battling off orcs, Arondir manages to bring it down by himself. Unfortunately, it’s all for naught, as the orcs decide to brave the sunlight after all, and drag him back into the dungeons, where he watches his elf buddy die from a hail of arrows.
Adar emerges from the darkness, but we can’t make out his features; we’ll have to tune in next week to find out for sure.