Aragorn’s sword is fine-tuned to be the same as when he entered his sword. The broken hilt eventually led to the creation of Mordor. Oh, and that one dull ring would end up causing a lot of problems in Middle-earth for hundreds and thousands of years. “Lord of the Rings” always emphasizes some powerful item, whether magical or otherwise, representing much larger concepts and ideas that the writers wanted to convey.
“The Rings of Power” carries this proud tradition through Galadriel’s dagger, in a way we’ve never seen in previous Tolkien adaptations. This side storyline culminates when, in the finale, she finally lets go of that weapon and allows it to be melted down as a key ingredient to creating the three fairy rings. Not only does this sequence of events neatly recreate what we thought we knew about those three rings, but it also allows the sound design to add magic at this point. According to Damian Del Borrello:
“So the sequence with the dagger at the end with the making of the rings is its death song. There are all those metallic elements y almost whining, a little crying. There are all these the metallic sound is almost painful, especially through that melting stage. And then there’s also a small element of that on the snapshot of the rings, just try and tie it together, [since] The rings are made from daggers. “
The question is not whether this moment fits within Tolkien’s various sources, but whether it works within the parameters of “The Rings of Power”. Thanks to the critical support from the sound design team, I must say it worked out.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1065921/the-rings-of-power-sound-team-created-a-death-song-for-galadriels-dagger-exclusive/ The Sound of the Ring of Power Team Created a ‘Song of Death’ for Galadriel’s Dagger [Exclusive]