Fate: The Winx Saga, which is back for a second season, has new antagonists and a shadowy underworld. Alfea has undergone a lot of transformation. Rosalind, the new headmistress, is constantly scanning the college grounds with her eyes and ears. She suspends weak fairies at random, and the girls are still grieving Dowling’s death. Bloom and her pals are looking for answers after their beloved professor mysteriously vanished. After being convicted responsible for trying to kill Andreas, Saul Silva was sentenced to exile. Rosalind was not trusted by Bloom, who thought it was a terrible idea to let her go. Rosalind wasn’t the only danger; there was another hiding around who wanted to exact revenge on the fairies.
Who Was Sebastian? What Was His Intention?
Silva was able to escape the Solarian guards with the help of Bloom, Aisha, Musa, and Terra. At his friend Sebastian’s shop in Blackbridge, he made the decision to continue hiding. He had earlier assisted Dowling and Silva in eliminating Rosalind. Silva knew Sebastian would aid them now that Rosalind was back and controlling Alfea. Rosalind would visit the college’s East Wing, which housed antiquated books on magic. Bloom made the decision to find out what Rosalind was up to, especially in light of the fact that college students had started to vanish.
Who might be responsible for the students’ disappearance is a significant plot point in the television show. At first, all the information pointed to Rosalind. A pupil who had vanished had managed to get away and asked Rosalind to give him back his power. She was researching old books, especially ones that discussed casting magic to summon creatures. One of the creatures was also discovered in the underground chamber by Flora and Aisha. With all the proof, they said Rosalind was attempting to expand her influence by acting against their best interests. Then Rosalind gave an explanation of her recent work. She read the old writings to learn about the Scraper, a creature that originated in the world of darkness and was now being employed to attack fairies in Solaria. There had been a disappearance of students in Alfea because the beast consumed magic. Rosalind came to the conclusion that a Blood Witch summoned the scrapers after researching the victims’ minds. This was an attempt by the Blood Witches, who have been at war with fairies from the beginning of time, to monopolise their power and put an end to their existence. The only person who could defeat the adversary in question was Bloom, using the Dragon Flame’s strength. They also desired to own the Dragon Flame because of the Blood Witch’s insatiable desire for power. It was therefore unavoidable that Bloom would face the villain. The search for the blood witch then got under way.
The Blood Witch turned out to be none other than Sebastian. He absorbed the fairy abilities because blood witch magic could not operate on fairies, and as a result, he had almost gained invincibility. He now acquired all magical abilities, but lacked Dragon Flame’s might. She was saved by her friends when he tried to dominate her by revealing how he was aware of her birth parents. Sebastian desired retaliation for the murders at Aster Dell. During it, his parents passed away. To exterminate the fairies, he assembled the surviving witches. Being aware of Bloom’s old magic, his father was the one who found her and brought her to the hamlet. Only the dragon flame could end the conflict between the fairies and the blood witches.
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Why Did Bloom Murder Rosalind?
Bloom refused to give up her right to know who her birth parents were. Sebastian used his knowledge to turn Bloom against Rosalind in order to exacerbate the issue. He admitted that Rosalind had killed Dowling in order to take over as Alfea’s headmistress. Rosalind had just lately earned Bloom’s trust, but after knowing what she had done, Bloom was no longer able to stand by her. Rosalind was confronted by her when she returned to the Otherworld. When Rosalind confessed to the crime, Bloom lost her cool. With Bloom by her side, Rosalind had intended to rule the world, but now that she was turning against her, she had to make adjustments, the witch tortured the girl’s mind. In order to extract the Dragon flame from Bloom against her will, she frozen Bloom and suspended her. Rosalind, however, had misjudged Bloom’s influence. After escaping Rosalind’s enchantment, she lost control of her wrath. She had no desire other than for Rosalind to pass away right in front of her. Rosalind was burned to death when she changed.
In a court of law, Bloom was tried and convicted guilty. She was to stay in stasis for twenty years, then be reviewed again. Bloom was helpless while in stasis when, surprisingly, the person who had always shielded her appeared in front of her. Dowling had passed away, but before she left this world, she summoned all the power she could muster and pleaded with nature to keep her spirit alive. She was making a last-ditch effort to say farewell to Bloom and her pals. She assisted Bloom in breaking out of stagnation and demonstrated to the circle of friends how they might all change if they concentrated on both positive and negative emotions. The secret to transformation was finding emotional equilibrium; once they did, they would be able to use their power to its fullest extent.
Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2: Ending Explained How Did The Fairies Tackle The Blood Witches?
Beatrix was not trusted by Bloom and her friends because she was a member of Team Rosalind. Unfortunately, Rosalind herself did not believe she was capable of handling challenging jobs. Rosalind didn’t become her personal assistant as she had anticipated; instead, she revealed everything about her birth parents. She felt even more useless when Sebastian kidnapped her and took away her ability. She decided to trade with the dark side since she did not want to disappear. She consented to assist Sebastian, and in return, she received her strength and knowledge of her past. She assisted Sebastian as he invaded Alfea and let the scrapers loose on the fairies. A concoction was created by Flora, who then injected it into herself. She was luring the scrapers with her body so they would release the other fairies and use their abilities. Stella was informed of a significant secret by Beatrix in the interim. She clarified that Sebastian’s goals went beyond simple retribution. He desired the Dragon Flame to release the entity known as Shadow, who had the power to resurrect the dead, from the domain of darkness. Sebastian intended to utilise his abilities to resurrect every blood witch who perished in Aster Dell. The Otherworld would end if Bloom ever agreed to give Sebastian her power in exchange.
Sky was being taken captive by Sebastian, who demanded Bloom give him her authority before releasing him. Bloom was asked to have a normal teenage life, but she could only do so if she gave up her magic. The dragon flame was within Bloom’s mother. Knowing the power she wielded after giving birth to Bloom, she kept her in stasis for a thousand years. Bloom was born during the ancient war, making him a creature of antiquity. Her mother used the Dragon Flame to win the war, but when she lost control of it, she killed thousands by setting fire to people. She held Bloom in stasis because she was aware of how deadly the power was, and she went to the Realm of Darkness to defend others from herself. While Sebastian was honest about Bloom’s past, he made false claims about her leading a carefree life after giving him her power. She was shocked to learn that he harboured bad intentions that may ruin everyone in Bloom’s immediate vicinity. To preserve Sky and resume her normal life, she made the decision to transmit her power. But Beatrix stepped in to save her. When she released Sky from his tie, Bloom hurried over to see how he was doing. The sudden interference infuriated Sebastian, who then killed Beatrix.
Bloom joined Sebastian in the room with Stella, Aisha, and Terra. To combat Sebastian, they banded together and changed. They eliminated him and protected Alfea from the danger. The Winx Club has defeated yet another villain as a group. Musa ceded her authority in Season 2 of Fate: The Winx Saga. She was unable to handle the effects of having psychic ability. It had gotten crazy for her because she could feel every emotion surrounding her. She made the decision to become a specialist and learn how to fight. Bloom conducted research on the shadowy and dark region. She made the decision to depart from her companion and go to the land of darkness. When Sky approached her, she explained that with the magic he acquired from other fairies, Sebastian had been able to unlock the world of the darkness. She came to the conclusion that Sebastian desired the Dragon Flame so that only he could shut it. But now that he was gone, Bloom made the decision to close the conduit, which required her to permanently depart the Otherworld. The Otherworld would be in peril as long as the Realm of Darkness was accessible there. Bloom was certain that the power she possessed was not of the Otherworld and that using it would put the lives of the people she cared about in danger. Sky and Bloom kissed as they parted ways; he was unable to stop her since he understood that she was giving up herself for a better good.
Fate: Season 2 of The Winx Saga is still a letdown. Even though a lot happens over the course of the seven episodes, the Otherworld is not fully explored, and the characters lack depth and meaning.
What To Expect From Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3?
Although Netflix hasn’t said whether or not Fate: The Winx Saga will return for a second season, we may make some assumptions. We can anticipate a romantic relationship between Riven and Musa in Season 3. Given how dissimilar they are to one another, we may expect the couple’s tumultuous romance in the Winx Club show to continue. Terra is obviously enamoured with a specialist after coming out to her friends. Aisha was distraught when her blood witch boyfriend, Grey, abandoned her, but now that he had saved Sky’s life, she might be able to forgive him. Bloom has ventured into the shadowy, uncharted zone. She discovers her mother preparing something in a big pot in an old castle, and Bloom beckons to her. A creature has infiltrated the Otherworld since Bloom was sent to the world of darkness. It appears to have come in while the portal was left unlocked. We can only guess that the monster is the Winx Club villain Darkar. Darkar is a representation of evil and darkness, just as the dragon stands for life and light. Fairies can change into dark fairies thanks to Darkar. So there’s a risk we might run into a dark Bloom.
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