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The 12 villainous Lord of the Rings characters who may appear in the Amazon series

BingMag.com The 12 <b>villainous</b> <b>Lord</b> of the <b>Rings</b> <b>characters</b> <b>who</b> <b>may</b> <b>appear</b> in the <b>Amazon</b> series

The series that Amazon is making in the world of Lord of the Rings and has been called the most expensive series in history, is the most important production of this studio and there are still many details of It has not been published. A work that is being made with a staggering half a billion dollars and has kept many eager and waiting for it.

Over the past year or two, little information has been leaked from this series. In 2019, Amazon officially announced that the story of the series takes place in the second period of Middle-earth, about five thousand years before the events of the first part of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, "Fellowship of the Ring". In 2021, they released a video of the series that appeared to show two Valinor trees over immortal lands. A list of actors, directors and producers of the series is also available.

  • Brief History of Middle-earth; How did the Lord of the Rings world come to be? In the second period of Middle-earth, several great and important events took place, including the formation of circles of power, the fall of the neo-enlightenment, and the war of the last alliance. But Tolkien never went into the details of the story, which is why the writers of the series are so open to pursuing multiple storylines, going to so many places, or introducing fascinating heroes.

    But we can be sure of one thing. To be; That we are going to see some of the dirtiest and most dangerous villains in Middle-earth. Demonic and black creatures who want nothing but to destroy the beauties of Middle-earth and imprison their free people. The following is a list of villains who will probably appear in the Lord of the Rings series.

    Sauron

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    If he is an evil character who will undoubtedly play a key role in the Amazon Lord of the Rings series , He is Sauron. The ongoing battle against the Lord of Darkness is the driving force behind almost everything that happens during the Second Age of Middle-earth, and it is really impossible to imagine him not playing the role of the main villain in this series.

    Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy fans remember seeing Sauron's embodied form at the beginning of The Ring's Fellows and its upcoming season. There, Sauron personally entered the battlefield and displayed the power of the ring of power. But Sauron of the second period was completely different. He first introduces himself to the elves with a disguised appearance and the name Anatar, who, according to Tolkien, was both beautiful and wise. As a result, we will most likely be on the Lord of the Rings series with a different version of Sauron, who has a nice appearance and is supposed to confuse everyone.

    Unfortunately, no one knows who might play his role. . In 2019, it was reported that Joseph Mowell (played by Benjen Stark in Game of Thrones) had been cast as Oren, the series' main villain. But in late 2021, news leaked that Oren was actually the code name for a corrupt character named Adar, the elf commander. So far, the true identity of the Lord of Darkness has been hidden, and will probably remain so for a long time.

    The nostrils

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    Wherever Sauron goes, the nostrils follow. Black Riders is one of the most infamous, dangerous, and scary villains in the Lord of the Rings world, and the creators of the Amazon series are unlikely to ignore their presence. Fortunately, these 9 dark riders are active in the second era of Middle-earth. Sauron has given each of them, according to Tolkien, "kings, sorcerers, and warriors of old," a ring of power, and for this they have attained "honor," "great wealth," and "eternal life."

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    But as we all know, they were all drawn into darkness to serve Sauron forever, the men who They became a ghost of themselves and settled in the realm of shadows. According to Tolkien, "Darkness went with them, and they cried out in a voice that sounded like death." Peter Jackson in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Nazgul (and the wizarding king of Angmar) did, but the full story of the nine riders was never shown in the movies. Of course, Amazon has not yet officially announced whether the ghosts and ring ghosts will be in the series, so we do not know who might play them, how they are portrayed, or what part of the story we will see. But given that the second era is when they were first plunged into darkness, and that three of them were newcomers (where most of the series's story takes place), we have to assume that they will appear in the series.

    3. R-Farazone

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    R-Farazon is a lesser known name among regular Lord of the Rings fans. He is a Neo-Enlightenment who ascended the throne in the final years of the Second Age, after being forced to marry Maril, the daughter of the former king, Tar-Palantir.

    According to Tolkien, R.-Farazon He was a man "indefatigable and fascinated by power and wealth" who led the neo-moderns in their quest to colonize Middle-earth. It was under his rule that the Neo-Enlightenment was plunged into darkness and destruction.

    R-Farazon was also the one who defeated Sauron and captured the Lord of Darkness. Sauron later tricked R-Farazon into invading the immortal lands, which led to the wrath of Valar (the godly beings of the Lord of the Rings world) and the eventual complete destruction of the Neo-Enlightenment. There have been many reports that R-Farazon is set to play an important role in the Lord of the Rings series and even be introduced in the first season. Her name appears among the characters that are unofficially revealed in the series, which is described as "the right hand of the queen". His presence also confirms another rumor; It is said that Isildur, the future king of Gondor and the one who reached the only circle of power after the defeat of Sauron, is supposed to be one of the main characters of the series.

    Play Farazon, but the options that are most likely are Tristan Gravel, Simon Merles or Peter Mulan. It is also possible that the actor is completely different.

    4. Black Novels

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    At the end of the fifth part of the third volume of The Lord of the Rings, "The Return" (The Return) of the King) Aragorn and Gandalf and their armies encounter a strange and terrifying character called "Sauron's Mouth", a loyal ambassador and servant of the Lord of Darkness. Although this character has a very short presence, Tolkien wrote an interesting description of him, saying that he was "a traitor and an apostate and of the race of those who have been dubbed black neo-intellectuals." There are those who lived in the late Middle Ages. They were the descendants of a generation that rose up against Valar in the New Age and were known as the King's men. Before the destruction of the Nomans, they established territories for themselves in the southern parts of Umbar and Harad. After the fall of Neomonor, they openly allied with Sauron and took part in the war against the free people of Middle-earth. It will get more complicated. In the return of the king we read about this terrible ambassador that he, thanks to his evil methods and tricks, was able to have an important place in Sauron's court, and because of this, It was not. "

    It is not unlikely that we will see similar characters or characters in the series Lord of the Rings, who play the role of the evil and negative character of the story alongside the orcs to show us the human face of evil and depravity.

    5. Shell

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    Shell is one of the scariest and most terrifying monsters to appear in the Lord of the Rings and the endless horror It has taken the lives of all those who have seen his films or read his books. Shelob, the guardian of Sirith Angol's path (meaning Spider-Man), traps Frodo and Sam and prevents them from entering Mordor easily.

    Those who have read Silmarillion will tell you that Shelub He is one of the descendants of Ongoliant, an evil and monstrous spirit who allies with the first Lord of darkness, Morgoth, to destroy the light of the two Valinor trees. After the weak alliance breaks down, Aungoliath attacks Morgoth and tries to swallow him, who is stopped and defeated by Morgoth's bodyguards. Eventually, the Ongoliant disappears from Middle-earth history, although Tolkien himself has suggested that he may have eaten and swallowed himself. Born. He once lived in the Ongoliant nest, but after the destruction of that area he was forced to come to Mordor and continue living there, and in the second period he lived in exactly the same place. There is no doubt that Mordor himself will be an important place in the Lord of the Rings series, and it is very likely that we will see the nest of the shell.

    6. Balrog

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    Gray Gandalf's encounter with Balrog in Moria is one of the most memorable parts of the Lord of the Rings book and movie. The moment that remained in the history of cinema and the sentence "You can not pass!" Became one of the most famous sentences. If you hope to see one of these evil fiery creatures in the Amazon series, we have both good news and bad news.

    The bad news is that there is almost no chance of seeing exactly the same version of Balrog in the series. The enemy that Gandalf faced in Moria, also known as the Door of John Dorin, has been "hidden since the arrival of the Western caravan on the lowest levels of the earth," according to Tolkien. Tolkien is referring here to the "War of Wrath," a devastating conflict that swept the world and occurred just at the end of the first era. This means that John Doreen has been sleeping under the Moria mines for the whole of the second period and has not come out. The ballerina who fought Gandalf was one of them, and the other was Gathumag, who was killed by Glorfindel during the fall of Gandolin. But we do not know much about the rest of the balloons. How do you know that John Doreen's plague is the only surviving bulwark from the War of Wrath? If the creators of The Lord of the Rings wanted to bring Balrog or Balrog to the story, it would not be in conflict with Tolkien's world.

    Guardian of the Lake

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    Balrog is not the only terrifying monster that lives in the lower reaches of Middle-earth. In the Fellowship of the Ring, when Gandalf tries to pass the group through Moria's entrance, a terrifying octopus suddenly emerges from the heart of the lake and attacks everyone, the octopus known as the underwater guard.

    According to Tolkien, This terrifying creature resembles a "herd of snakes" with "long, wavy" arms and tentacles. This underwater guard is present in the book for only half a page, but at the same time he attacks in such a short time that he almost kills Frodo and destroys the entrance wall of Moria on everyone's head and leaves no way out for the companions of the ring.

    8. Dragon

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    The most famous and well-known dragon creature of GR Tolkien is Smaug. This giant and cunning dragon, who razed the chariot to the ground and forced his gold, was introduced in the last two episodes of The Hobbit and was eventually killed by the commander Bard. Smagg's attack on the lonely mountain occurred in the late Third Age, so it seems unlikely that we will see him in the Amazon series, but there are always other dragons.

    The Middle Ages were at their best and numerous, but it is said that many of them took their own lives during the Wrath of the Wrath and eventually established a territory of their own in the northern parts of the Middle Ages. There is no clear evidence that the dragons were loyal to Sauron (these creatures were created and raised by Morgoth and he himself controlled them), but Gandalf says in The Lord of the Rings that when in the third period "the force of evil appeared again" Movements were also seen from the dragons.

    Gandalf was referring to the return of Sauron, the Dark Lord. So it is possible that an alliance was formed between these two great powers and we see that dragons rule the heavens in the second period and are allied with Sauron.

    9. Men of the South and East

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    . The map that Amazon released in 2019 to announce which parts of the Tolkien world the series takes place had places like Harad, Rahun and Khand in it.

    We have seen the inhabitants of these lands before. The people of Harad (Haradrim), the Orientals and the Varyags (people of Khand) play an important role in the battles of the Lord of the Rings. In his writings, Tolkien makes it clear that the people of these regions are either allies or dominated by Mordor. Little is known about the Variagos, and we do not know what they did in the second period, but we do know more about the Orientals and the savages of the South.

    In Silmarillion, Tolkien writes that "They became more and more, and most of them turned to blackness and filth because Sauron had taken action." The Lord of Darkness seems to have accepted these Eastern men as his servants and warriors as early as the second period, and used them until the War of the Ring. Of course, it is said that the people of Harad were stuck between the repressive force of the neo-moderns and Mordor's yoke in the second period of Middle-earth, and they had little choice, and were eventually forced to serve Mordor. So most likely we will see the people of both lands as well as the Varyags in the series Lord of the Rings who are fighting alongside the army of the Lord of Darkness.

    10. Blue Wizards

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    The story of the blue wizards is one of the most intriguing and mysterious myths of Middle-earth. Saruman mentions them briefly in The Two Towers, but never fully addresses the issue.

    Here is a strange and interesting point; Although other wizards (Gandalf, Saruman, and Radagast) were sent to guide the free people in the Third Age, Tolkien later pointed out that there were probably blue witches in the Middle Ages. In a recent post, Tolkien claimed that blue witches were sent to stage riots in the eastern and southern parts of the Middle East. He also wrote that they were successful in their mission and "had a profound and serious impact on the history of the second and third eras." Have had. "I think they went to faraway places as ambassadors, far to the east and far, far away from the realm of the Neo-Neolithics, ambassadors to enemy-dominated lands," Tolkien wrote in Letter No. 211, 1958. "I think they were the founders of secret cults and dark magical traditions that survived after the fall of Sauron." Will play. Wizards with strange and undiscovered powers that have conquered distant lands.

    11. Adar

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    Let's go back to Joseph Maul. As mentioned earlier, the Game of Thrones actor has been rumored to have been cast as Oren in The Lord of the Rings. If the news were true, it would be the code name for Oren, a former elf who became a belligerent and filthy commander as a result of painful and severe torture. , Information was also revealed about the possible role of Adar in the series. According to the Fellowship of Fans YouTube channel, Adar is seen next to a mysterious character wearing a cape hat who appears to be Sauron. It seems that Adar is in charge of a battalion of orcs who say things in unison to worship the mysterious character next to him. But the same source says that somewhere else Adar and this mysterious character are facing each other.

    The idea that an elf is drawn to corruption and destruction and darkness and serves Sauron is a fascinating and exciting thing. Is. But there is no similar example in Tolkien's work. Closest to it is probably Meglin, the son of Evil, who in the early days revealed the location of Gandolin's secret city to Morgoth. In any case, the presence of characters like Adar shows that the Lord of the Rings writers' team is willing to take bold steps and come up with complex ideas, and that some of the villainous characters in the story will probably be of races we did not expect.

    12 . Morgoth

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    No one really expects Morgoth, the Dark Lord of the First Middle Ages, in the series The Lord Circles appear. . .

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