The Rings of Power that sowed the seeds of the dark side of Galadriel

It was not just a promise to fend off enemy forces. It was a promise of genocide. Adar sees it. She just gave him a key to fight her. He even suggests that it is she who may be the evil Morgoth’s successor, not Sauron. There is no talk of helping this goblin who has been corrupted by evil. Do not discuss bringing him to her side or any compromises. Even after the truth of her evil words was thrown in her face, she still threatened him and actually cut his throat before Halbrand stopped her.

None of this bodes well for her future or the upcoming war. In fact, it’s possible her need for power – even if she intends to use it for the good of the world – makes her blind to what’s to come in terms of rings. Even thousands of years later, when the fellowshiped ring came to her for help, she still couldn’t completely shut down her need to power off.

Galadriel has a dark side, and it goes deep. That’s not so great for Middle-earth and the rest of Arda, or the people and creatures that live there, but it’s awesome for the audience to see. Our Galadriel is not a model of virtue. She is lacking. Her goals are so blinding that she can’t see a path other than violence as rage takes hold of her. It’s much more interesting to watch an elegant and wise elf lady. It makes it easier for you to connect with the character.

However, I don’t want to be an Uruk in her universe.

“The Rings of Power” is streaming on Prime Video. The Rings of Power that sowed the seeds of the dark side of Galadriel

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