The Rings of Power strengthen the history between Gandalf and Halflings

I’ll admit: I don’t care much that the Stranger is probably Gandalf, but I do care that he’s a nice guy. The moment when we finally know for sure that he Not Sauron makes me breathe a sigh of relief, and every scene with him after feels like a warm hug. Therefore of course he is Gandalf, because who else has a presence that feels benevolent? The season ended with the previously disoriented gentle giant having enough clarity to know he needed to get to Rhûn. It also ends with him saying some familiar lines to make it clear that his preference for hobbits has gone further than we realize.

“It’s just a journey alone,” The Stranger told Nori when he invited her along. “Adventures, they must be shared.” Those who have read “The Hobbit” will recognize the sentiment there, as that book begins with an auspicious invitation: “” I am looking for someone to share in an adventure I am arranging, and it’s very hard to find someone,” Gandalf told Bilbo, but by this point the Hobbits had evolved from wandering dogs into creatures of habit. The Rings of Power strengthen the history between Gandalf and Halflings

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