LEARN THE REASON WHY RING OF POWER EPISODE 2 ENDS THE WAY IT DOES! SPOILERS!
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As it was her brother’s final wish, Galadriel returned from her search for Sauron in the early episodes of The Rings of Power.
Due to her service to the Elves, High King Gil-galad ordered her to set sail for Valinor and retire early.
However, she abruptly jumped off the boat, rejecting what was being forced upon her.
When Arondir and Bronwyn learned that the nearby village of Hordern had been completely destroyed, we reconnected with them.
This suggests that Sauron started to gather his army and spread his rot because Hordern was close to Mordor.
A meteor entered Middle-Earth during this time and landed in Rhovanion. The Harfoot Nori noticed a man lying on the molten rock when she approached it.
In order to create a forge with a strength never before seen, we also encountered Elrond and the dwarves.
This brings us to the conclusion of The Rings of Power, Episode 2, and all the questions it raises. Here is the explanation for The Rings of Power episode 2’s conclusion.
THE EXPLANATION OF THE RINGS OF POWER, SEASON TWO, ENDING!
Durin III queries his son about whether Elrond has displayed any signs of mistrust at the conclusion of The Rings of Power Episode 2.
The king of Khazad-dûm is unpersuaded despite Durin IV’s denial, thinking the elf’s appearance to be too significant a “coincidence” to ignore.
The Durins then display a chest, the contents of which shine silver upon the faces of the dwarves but are purposefully hidden from the viewer. Most likely, mithril is in the chest.
Khazad-dûm is the only known source of mithril in Middle-earth and the real source of Moria’s glory, so it doesn’t just happen that the silver shard fits perfectly.
The reason for Durin III’s mistrust of Elrond is that the dwarves are reluctant to share this promising discovery with the Elves for fear that they will want it for themselves.
Another question left unanswered at the conclusion of The Rings of Power Episode 2 is Halbrand’s admission that Sauron was present because the Orcs drove him from his home country.
Halbrand and Galadriel fight once more as they struggle through a fierce storm. Read this to learn everything about episode 3.
They look up at a hazy figure at the controls at the end of The Rings of Power Episode 2, but who is this new character?
Even though we can only make out his silhouette, Elendil is probably there. He can be seen on a ship that resembles the one at the episode’s conclusion in the final trailer.
Due to his later participation in the conflict against Sauron, Elendil is a significant figure in Tolkien’s world.
Theo and Arondir each come across Orcs on their own. When Bronwyn arrives to save Theo, she persuades everyone to leave using the Orc’s freshly severed head.
The Stranger then appears, using the fireflies in Nori and Poppy’s lanterns to display a constellation of stars, and Nori assumes that she must assist the Stranger in locating the locations under those stars.