In the season finale, we'll see some of our most important questions answered.

'The Rings of Power' Season 1 Ending Explained

Author - Rutik tiwari

Two of the series' biggest challenging questions, The Rings of Power, are revealed

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The mysterious giant who fell from the sky and has been known simply as “The Stranger” (Daniel Weyman) is finally unmasked

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Who is the strangers

 The conclusion begins with the mysterious white witches, who were bullying the helpless Harfoots by set their crops on fire when we last saw the trio

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They've been after the Stranger for a while, and at the finale, they cornered him

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The Dweller, Ascetic, and Nomad identify the Stranger as their master and reveal themselves to be servants of Sauron

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The witches offer to look after the Stranger knowing that Sauron wouldn't be at full strength or even aware of his identity

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The handsome stranger Halbrand (Charlie Vickers), who meets Galadriel (Morfydd Clark) at sea, has also been hiding a secret. A dark one

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WHO IS HALBRAND?

Halbrand isn't really the king of the Southlands, as it was revealed in the last moments of Season 1

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HALBRAND IS SAURON who adopted the appearance of a dead to charm and manipulate the elves

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The identity of Halbrand is made clear in The Rings of Power. He is Sauron, end. You can tell by the way he simply walks into Mordor

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Narya, Nenya, and Vilya are given the tricolour rings that belonged to Gil-galad, Elrond, and Galadriel

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