Why is Galadriel dark?

Thus, Galadriel's dark form in Peter Jackson's trilogy personified what would have happened if had she given into temptation and took it for herself. She would have become evil because the Ring was indominable, even with her power. So, in the grand scheme of things, the two scenes were basically the same thing.

Is Galadriel good or evil?

In The Lord of the Rings, Galadriel chose to use her powers for good, even helping to form the Council of Elrond. Galadriel was not evil. But had she been, there would be none who could stand against her forces, especially if she was in possession of the Ring.

What is so special about Lady Galadriel?

Galadriel was highly praised for her beauty, particularly that of her hair, which was a deep and radiant gold, shot with silver. It was said by the Elves of Tirion to have ensnared the light of the Two Trees of Valinor, Telperion and Laurelin, and possibly to have inspired the creation of the Silmarils by Fëanor.


Why is Galadriel fading?

During the events of Lord of the Rings, Gandalf possesses the Ring of Fire, Galadriel possesses the Ring of Water, and Elrond possesses the Ring of Air. Each of the Elven Rings has its abilities, which faded with the destruction of the One Ring. Their bearers all went to the Undying Lands eventually.

Why didn't Galadriel fight in Lord of the Rings?

Feanor (the creator of the Silmarils) had asked Galadriel for a strand of hair on three occasions and she refused each time, causing animosity between the two. Galadriel had the ability to see the growing darkness within Feanor, which is why she refused him.


Why Galadriel turns dark



Is Gandalf in love with Galadriel?

While the relationship between Gandalf and Galadriel is expanded in the books (as are most things), the one thing the books and films have in common is that that relationship is always 100 percent platonic.

Why is Gandalf also called mithrandir?

Although Gandalf is his most commonly-used moniker, he went by several other names as well. In his origins as a Maiar spirit in Valinor, he was known as Olorin. In Gondor, he was known as Mithrandir, meaning Grey Pilgrim. The White Rider was his name to those who saw him on his great white horse, Shadowfax.

What kind of Elf is Legolas?

Legolas is a Sindarin Elf from the Woodland Realm of Northern Mirkwood. His father, Thranduil, is the King of the Silvan Elves living in that realm, making Legolas the Prince of Mirkwood.

Is Galadriel Arwen's grandmother?

Arwen, then over 2,700 years old, had recently returned to her father's home after living with her grandmother, Galadriel, in Lothlórien. Aragorn fell in love with Arwen at first sight.


What is Sauron saying to Galadriel?

Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulûk, agh burzum-ishi krimpatul. When translated into English, these words form the lines: One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

Who is the oldest character in Lord of the Rings?

Both Tom and Treebeard were referred to as the oldest living creatures of Arda, though it is not clear which of the two is the oldest. However, according to Tolkien's letters, it is implied that Bombadil was the oldest living being in Middle-earth.

Why is Gimli obsessed with Galadriel?

He has made no secret of his enmity with Elves, particularly Wood-elves. Yet he cannot help himself but to be awed by the Lady Galadriel's compassion and understanding. He discovers that not only can he be awed by an Elf, but actually treasure a relationship with one. Hence his request: bold and yet humble.

Is Galadriel Elrond's mother?

Elrond was married to Galadriel's daughter, Celebrían (which also makes Galadriel the grandmother of Arwen, obviously). Thus, Galadriel is Elrond's mother-in-law.


Was Sauron an Elf?

Prior to the publication of The Silmarillion, Sauron's origins and true identity were unclear to those without full access to Tolkien's notes. In early editions of The Guide to Middle Earth, Sauron is described as "probably of the Eldar elves".

Does Gandalf know he is a Maiar?

He's aware of the Blessed Land and those residing there. But he has never seen a Maia before, not unlike Galadriel, Elrond or even Glorfindel. He couldn't have known Gandalf was a Maia; all he knew is that he came from Valinor as a messenger.

How did Sauron make Uruk Hai?

There are suggestions that the Uruk-hai were the result of crossbreeding Orcs and Men. There were other creatures in Saruman's armies, and under his command in the Shire, that appear to have been hybrids. "Half-orcs" were as tall as Men and are never described simply as Orcs, as the Uruk-hai frequently are.

Why is Aragorn called elessar?

As King of Reunited Gondor and Arnor

Upon Sauron's defeat, Aragorn was crowned as King Elessar, a name given to him by Galadriel and adopted by the people of Gondor because of the Elfstone he wore.


Did Galadriel marry Gimli?

To answer your question, no neither Gimli or Legolas get married or have any children. It was suggested I did an info post about all the Fellowship and their spouses.

Who was Galadriel in love with?

Galadriel was one of the Ñoldor who came to Middle-earth wishing to see the lands and rule a realm of her own. She came with the second host of Elves from Aman with Fingolfin and Finrod. Celeborn and Galadriel fell in love and married. It is not clear how long Celeborn and Galadriel dwelled in Beleriand.

Did Gandalf know Bilbo had the ring?

At the end of The Hobbit, Gandalf reveals to Bilbo that he knows about his magic ring. Here's why the scene doesn't contradict The Lord of the Rings. Gandalf's knowledge of Bilbo's ring in The Hobbit doesn't create a Lord of the Rings plot hole.

Is Aragorn half elf?

Aragorn isn't a half-elf, he's a tiny fraction of an elf. Elros, who was a half-elf (actually 9/16), was his very remote ancestor. But more importantly, the heirs of Elros were not given the choice to be elven or human, although the Valar did grant them unusually long life-spans.


Why did Galadriel abandon Celeborn?

There is an old saying that may apply here: "We can be knowledgable with another person's knowledge but we cannot be wise with another person's wisdom." So Galadriel had no choice but to leave Celeborn to his folly until he too drank the dregs of bittersweetness from his alloted cup of life.

Is Elrond a Noldor?

It has been argued that, following Gil-galad's death, Elrond had the right to become High King of the Noldor, but he never claimed the title. Indeed, after the Second Age ended, there were very few Noldor left in Middle-earth for there to be a king over them.
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