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I haven’t seen a post about this yet, so I’m starting one. Has anyone been watching the Rings of Power lately? I’ve been enjoying it a lot. It’s beautiful and it’s very “LOTR” and I think the vast majority of complaints about it are coming from super fans and racists.

For me it’s just nice to see a high fantasy show that isn’t chock full of nudity and rape and nonsense. I’m really having a good time watching this.

I haven’t seen a post about this yet, so I’m starting one. Has anyone been watching the Rings of Power lately? I’ve been enjoying it a lot. It’s beautiful and it’s very “LOTR” and I think the vast majority of complaints about it are coming from super fans and racists. For me it’s just nice to see a high fantasy show that isn’t chock full of nudity and rape and nonsense. I’m really having a good time watching this.

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So, I watched the last episode yesterday.

I totally guessed who the Tall Stranger is. It was quite obvious from the second or third episode.

I was just as shocked as Galadriel when Halbrand's true identity !< was revealed. I would have guessed that it's the >! Elven King or the Elven smith who are the baddies, !< as they are so shady, talk in such weird manners, have the most punchable faces and on top of it all >! sent Galadriel off. Also I understood that the ship of elves perished in the sea and Galadriel was the lone survivor as she jumped off of it? Too bad the user who guessed it right has left us, so I can't ask her how she guessed it.

I loved how they played with the Bad Boy and Good Girl trope. Galadriel chose wisely, but it wasn't easy. Her last question and his answer showed the difference of a person who made the wrong choices in certain circumstaces and can be redeemed, and a person who is inherently evil.

The song in the closing credits is hauntingly beautiful, too.