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The Rings Of Power Star Teases Arondir’s Inner Conflict In Season 2

Rings of Power actor Ismael Cruz Córdova pokes fun at Arondir’s inner conflict as he grows closer to humanity in Season 2 of the Prime Video show.

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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Star Ismael Cruz Córdova says that Arondir will face a major internal conflict during season 2 of the series. An elf archer stationed in the Southlands, Arondir tried to defend the region from invading orc armies in season 1 of the show, influenced by his love for Bronwyn and his son Theo. Season 1, episode 7 of the rings of power it states that Arondir will go with the displaced from the Southlands to Pelargir, an ancient colony in Númenor whose land they can use to start anew.


Talking with tv lineCórdova explained the internal conflict that Arondir will face in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power season 2 now that he has joined the humans of the Southlands. He says that Arondir’s status as an elf will be of great importance in season 2, as he could be presented with a situation that forces him to choose between Bronwyn and his elven heritage. Check out what Cordova had to say below:

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We’re always talking about elves and human-human relationships as babies in the eyes of elves, but I think it’s reversed with him going into a more human dynamic. He is a baby when it comes to knowing how to be domestic and be a dad or a boyfriend.

That is the meat of conflict of this type. At the end of the day, he is an eternal being. He’s going to outlive the humans one way or another. He has chosen to go with the humans at this time, but if he is called, will he choose his family or his people?

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What next for Arondir in the rings of power?

Arondir holding a taut bow in Rings of Power

According to Córdova’s comments, Arondir’s assimilation with the humans of the Southlands will be an important factor in the development of his character in the rings of power Season 2. Season 1 indicated that Arondir had become an accepted member of the Southlands, as half of the humans in the village of Bronwyn put their lives in his hands and helped him fight off the invading orcs. Now that he is determined to accompany them to Pelargir, it seems he will continue to bond with people beyond Bronwyn who were displaced in the battle. This includes his son Theo, who he shared a few scenes with during Season 1.

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The conflict between Arondir’s love for humanity and his status as an elf may be triggered by the loss of the Southlands. In Season 1 Episode 6, Arondir inadvertently causes the deaths of many citizens of the Southlands while the dark elf Adar searches for Sauron’s sword to activate Mount Doom. Arondir tries to keep a firm disposition as Adar begins executing the citizens one by one, prompting Theo to reveal the location of the sword, something Arondir tries to stop him from doing. While Arondir believed he was doing the right thing at the time, the survivors of the Southlands can blame his willingness to fight back as the reason why Adar executed so many, causing a further rift between the humans and the Elves of Middle Earth.

It is also possible that Arondir’s new allies in both Númenor and Eregion will have an impact on the progress of his story. Now that Celebrimbor has forged the first three Rings of Power, the rest are destined to follow, shaking Middle-earth to its core and resulting in the Last Alliance of Elves and Men against the armies of Sauron. As the turmoil of Middle-earth grows, Arondir may be forced to choose between helping the Elves in the fight against Sauron or helping the displaced southerners rebuild their lives in Pelargir. It may not be clear for now how Arondir can be forced to choose between Elves and humans in The Lord of the rings: the rings of power season 2, but whatever happens will have a profound impact on her character for the rest of the series.

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