The Wheel of Time video introduces the eyeless villains and their minions

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Wheel of time The show introduces its eyeless villains and their minions in a new video.Amazon hopes it can find its own game of Thrones Because it adapted Robert Jordan’s huge fantasy novel series.

Amazon’s first trailer Wheel of time Released in September, it really teased a huge fantasy world full of magic, monsters and prophecies. As fans of novels know, the magical element of the story revolves around a “single power” that allows its users to perform feats such as healing, teleportation, and mind control. The story of the first season tells the story of a magician named Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) leading five young people on a journey, she believes that one of them may be the long-awaited dragon rebirth.

Of course, any good fantasy story needs its villains and Wheel of time There are indeed some terrible things. A new video shared on social media allowed fans to see these bad guys for the first time. Their name is Shadowspawn. See the clip in the space below:

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exist Wheel of time Lore Shadowspawn is actually divided into many different groups. The two main groups that Parker mentioned in the voice-over in the clip are Trollocs and Myrddraal (or Fades as they are called in the video). Trolls are horned ogres. They are the infantrymen of the Dark Clan, the real villains in the story. Fades, who have no eyes and big mouths, are more advanced, more dangerous, and fewer in number.In the first season of Amazon Wheel of time, Pike and her hero team are being hunted by these creatures. “Millions of trolls and armies of Fadis will sweep this land, killing and eating everyone they find,” Parker’s character Moirain chanted ominously, pointing to how terrifying the Child of Shadow is.

Really interesting Wheel of time It seems to sneak directly into and introduce this terrible threat into all its horrors.Compare this method with game of Thrones, It takes time to tease the enemies and ghosts who are swarming. certainly, game of Thrones There was no huge budget in the beginning, so fully visualizing George RR Martin’s supernatural ice zombies in the early season is not really an option. Wheel of time On the other hand, according to reports, the budget for the first season is $80 million, which obviously allows its creators to go all out immediately to bring the nightmare villains in the book to life. Of course, just being crazy through special effects does not guarantee that a story will work-this became very obvious in later seasons. game of Thrones. hope Wheel of time Will not be the victim of the big budget trap that ultimately harms HBO’s iconic fantasy series.First three episodes Wheel of time Arrived at Amazon on November 19, 2021.

source: Wheel of Time/Twitter​​



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