The sixth episode of ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ is titled “Udûn”, which means the location of Sauron’s base camp.
“Would you like a professional opinion?” , “No, please keep it short.”
The professor explained that violent volcanic eruptions usually have water involved, especially those whose craters are located below sea level. If a river does not happen to flow into a land-based volcano, it can also cause an effect similar to a large explosion, due to steam eruptions rather than magma eruptions.
However, the professor pointed out that the lava chamber is usually located two kilometers below the surface, how can there be a river flowing into it? To avoid spoilers, of course, the writers did not mention the orcs digging the tunnel with him.
The sixth episode of ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ received the highest viewer rating since its premiere and was given a perfect score by Chalet Media.
In addition to the money spent on the big scene, the highlight of EP6 is a whisper between the positive character Galadriel and the negative role of the fallen elves. Good and evil, the boundaries of darkness and light no longer clear, the audience also began to reflect on where the motivation to kill kill kill kill come from when they see orcs.
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