Following the release of the much-awaited episode 3 of the Prime Video series The Lord of the Rings, Made by showrunners J. D. Payne and Patrick McKay, the series is motivated by the works of J R R Tolkien.  

The prequel series dove deeper into the fictional planet of the impact franchise Lord of the Rings. 

What was truly amazing about Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy was not just the generous set and larger-than-life characters – gratitude to J. R. R. Tolkien’s iconic prose. 

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power may include kickstarted on a slow burn memorandum, but Ep 3 concentrates on the forging of allies, rivals, and more before the rings are developed. 

We’re firstly given a great opening to Númenor and the particular effort to give us an aesthetic pleasure is mostly seen here. 

The much teased around hatred between the Men and Elves is marketed craftily, through a war of phrases that holds years of sorrow-filled records. 

Moreover, fanatics were also in for a lift and pleasantly shocked as Halbrand shows his true shades and just how influential he is in the eventual fight against Sauron. 

Elendil’s backstory is given equivalent weightage in this episode as we welcome his rebellious kids Isildur (Maxim Baldry) and Eärien (Ema Horvath) into the grander picture. 

It’s extremely Halbrand, whose ferocious battle skills truly brand you and depart you all the more fascinated, scared even. 

The fight sets between the convicts and orcs were bloodstained and harsh in every sense of the words.