- Mount Doom is mentioned quite casually in “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power”.
- Orodruin, as it is called, is the volcano in the heart of Mordor. Bronwyn names him on the series.
- That the Orodruin is in the Southlands confirms the theory of the Southlands becoming Mordor.
Mount Doom should be familiar to anyone who has read The Lord of the Rings. The volcano, in English Mount Doom, is the mountain in the heart of Mordor where Sauron forges the One Ring. In episode 4 of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” he was now mentioned – quite casually.
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When the people of the Southlands gather in the Eben watchtower of Ostirith, Bronwyn realizes that all the villagers “up to Orodruin” have gathered. Tolkien connoisseurs now know that Orodruin is Mount Doom. This confirms that the Southlands are indeed becoming Mordor!
Galadriel had already discovered that Sauron’s sign represents a map of the Southlands. Sauron wants to establish his kingdom there – and from Tolkien’s works we know: He will! The fact that the Orodruin is now also mentioned by name shows without a doubt that the southern lands are becoming Mordor!
The next episode will be released on September 23, 2022 in the Amazon Prime Video streaming program. We also explain to you the end of episode 4 of the “Lord of the Rings” series and reveal how it continues in “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” episode 5!
|The Lord of the Rings: Evaluating the Rings of Power|
|genre||Drama, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy|
|First broadcast in Germany|
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