For me, the one saving grace of the Rings of Power show is the chemistry between a young(er) Elrond and King Durin IV as they work together to build the pinnacle of Noldor-Dwarf collaborations at Eregion, outside the gates of Khazad-dûm. Despite the evils that befall Eregion after the secret forging of the One Ring, I feel that Elrond must still look back on those early days with a certain nostalgia, which was the inspiration for this deck. The closest character to King Durin living during the War of the Ring has to be Dáin Ironfoot for his leadership, courage, and strength, so I've imagined Elrond teaming up with the King of the Iron-hill Dwarves for a final stand At the End of All Things.
This is a quite straightforward Elrond/Vilya + Dwarf Swarm/Mining deck. The advantage of At the End of All Things is that it lets you play the strongest early-game version of Dáin Ironfoot and then grab and play Thorongil for his strong mid-game version at the point in the game where you generally need it most (once you've got some dwarf allies on the table). For the second card, take whatever you need -- often an Unexpected Courage or Light of Valinor.
This is a slightly untypical Vilya deck as it limits what you're most looking to hit to just a handful of cards, most importantly Lay of the Nauglamír, but also Soldier of Erebor or even Glorfindel.
The contract combos well with Lay of the Nauglamír, as nearly all allies cost just 2, letting you play almost any of them turn 1. Note that Veteran Axehand is present for cheap attack power, but can only be played with the Lay or Elrond's passive ability.
There are certainly ways to optimize this further, but this was the best purely thematic build I could produce and it works reasonably well in solo.