I doubt we can determine that now, but we'll see a lot more of him after the War of Wrath And there's no Ringwraiths for about 2000 years of the Second Age.
Look at it this way: We can develop a lot of story out of ther the tiny pieces of information we getYeah - and not a lot of story at all...
Painting or tapestry might be more apt to Andreth's skillset, don't know if she's into carving or not.I think it would be cool if we show Andreth creating something that she leaves behind in Nargothrond. Perhaps a painting or a tapestry or something. It could be a piece of furniture, like a chair, I don’t know. Beren could see this when he’s in Nargothrond, or sit in the chair or whatever. Perhaps it would be too subtle? But I don’t think Andreth should be alive that long.
Would Beren be able to make the connection?The last we will see of Andreth in Season 5 will be her conversation with Finrod after the battle. While the location of that conversation may not be completely finalized yet, it's not Nargothrond. So, we don't have any need to send her there, and it would make sense for her to remain with the other refugees (who are not going to Nargothrond, either). Having some object Andreth leaves behind in Nargothrond to appear in a scene with Beren there is likely the better way to connect those two stories.
It is indeed part of the plot already, taking place in Episode 2.First of all: Aredhel. I’m not sure I understand this correctly, but I suspect that the part of her story when she goes to the sons of Fëanor before encountering Eöl and they’re off somewhere is cut from the plot line? If we haven’t done that, maybe we should.
Yes and yes.Second: Do I understand things correctly if I take it that Fingolfin meets Círdan during his tour for the Big Push and that we during that visit get to show Círdan’s estel? Perhaps this is an issue for an episode discussion.
Yes, I was thinking of pyroclastic flow in particular as something which would be able to cross Ard-Galen in hours. But those hours would still feel slow if shown on screen.I do not know where to put this really, so here goes:
Corey spoke of the prolems with the flames of Dagor Bragollach being to slow, but there is an natural phenomen, that if pushed up (which is no problem for Morgoth i think), called Pyroclastic flow Here is a wiki link. There are a lot of videos on YouTube to demonstrate the devestation effect, and it is fast moving also.