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Everyone in the LOTR movies is afraid of the ring and Sauron so much; are they aware of the greater gods?

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  • This is a little tricky: Are you asking whether Gandalf, say, is aware of Eru in the films? (Answer: yes) Or are you asking whether anyone mentions being aware of Eru? – Adamant Jun 29 '16 at 10:06
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    I believe Jackson was contractually obliged not to use any Silmarillion material, so you'd be restricted to any mention of Eru/Melkor/Valar in the LotR books, which is powerful few if any. – Rand al'Thor Jun 29 '16 at 10:15
  • I mean anyone in the movies. – XXXEpicTrollXXX Jun 29 '16 at 10:18
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"A Balrog of Morgoth"

Melkor / Morgoth is mentioned by Legolas in Fellowship in Lothlorien, after Celeborn asks where Gandalf is, for he would much desire to speak with him.

  • Galadriel also calls Sauron a 'servant of Morgoth' in Battle of the Five Armies. – suchiuomizu Jun 29 '16 at 12:10

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