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Fate The Winx Saga Season 2 Ending Explained – Bloom’s Mom Shadow Who The Old Woman Is And Season 3

September 16, 2022
Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2Courtesy of Netflix

Netflix’s reboot of the beloved early animated series about fairies, the specialists who fight for them, and witches is back with an extended season 2. Fate: The Winx Saga was a surprise hit last year with a short run of six episodes. Although Netflix wasn’t ready to fully commit to a ten-episode season, it gave us two more episodes to immerse ourselves in the weird and wacky world of glowing wings, character names on noses, and deceptions. . adults. Here’s everything you need to know about Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2, Shadow, Bloom’s Mother, and the Dark Kingdom.

Our favorite magical entities are back with more fantastical shenanigans and tough bodies. The young adult cartoon-based show is surprisingly adult, especially in its feminine gaze. Seriously, they find every opportunity for Sky (Danny Griffin) to show off his chiseled chest. A lot has happened between all the sex, magic stalls and lying. The more we learn about Bloom and the Dragon Flame, the less we actually know. At the end of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2, we learn that Bloom isn’t just a changeling. She is fairy royalty and is over a thousand years old. Bloom’s mother was a war hero and originally possessed the Dragon Flame. Bloom was placed in stasis for a thousand years and was only released seventeen years ago. Her mother couldn’t control her power and went to the Dark Realm, where she could still be.

The end of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2

At the end of Fate: The Winx Saga season 2, Bloom is freed from stasis and Terra, Bloom, Stella, and Aisha combine their powers and defeat Sebastian after transforming. It’s not just Bloom who can grow wings now. The ladies are more powerful together and use this increased strength to lay waste to sorcery, so to speak. Musa, who was magically sidelined but found a way to fight alongside the Specialists, has found her groove, and poor Flora has a bad bite to deal with. Flora, who has become a valuable member of the club, will no doubt have lasting scars from the attack.

Rosalind’s story is over. Bloom killed her when she finally realized how much she had manipulated her. Sadly, Beatrix also passed away. Sebastian exploded after the girls unleashed their full combined power on him, and Farah Dowling is gone for good now. Sky nearly dies, but luckily Bloom is able to save him, so the handsome warrior lives to fight another day. In the final moments, Bloom left letters for all of her loved ones and walked through the gate to close it permanently. Upon entering the Dark Realm, she saw a woman from behind and called out for her mother. Is Bloom about to get a rude awakening in Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3?

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Theories about Bloom’s mom

After going through the portal to the Dark Realm so he can close it once and for all, Bloom finds a house with a woman we only see from behind. Who is this mysterious woman? Is she one of the blood witches who took baby Bloom or someone even more critical? In the original series, Bloom’s parents were Domino’s King and Queen. It looks like the live-action version is following a similar costume. Bloom’s mother is special and had the dragon flame in front of her. We know she is a hero who used her power to win the war, but we don’t know if she is still alive in the Dark Realm and what state she might be in if she is still alive. We know some things live there, like the Shadow that Sebastian wanted to control.

The powerful being would allow Sebastian to resurrect his people, who all died in Aster Dell. That’s why he had kidnapped and siphoned the magic from the fairies. He needed all the magic possible to open the portal. The Shadow might have been able to return his people to him, but it would also destroy the world they live in. Bloom goes there to close the portal but also to get answers. Sebastian told him that his mother was stuck there, having lost control of the dragon flame. Considering the number of lies about her parents, it’s hard to say if this is true.

At the end of the last episode, Bloom enters a hut and sees an older woman from behind. Is it Bloom’s dangerous mother or someone else just as evil? She has a vision of Shadow and the Realm of Darkness shortly before Sebastian’s death. Is it possible that Shadow and his mother are the same people? This would explain his wild powers and his connection to Shadow.

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The Dark Realm was supposed to be a terrible place full of monsters and shadows. It should have been a hellscape of nightmares, but instead it feels like Otherworld. Have the stories of this place been exaggerated? Why would anyone lie about what was there? Unfortunately, we will have to wait for season 3 of Fate: The Winx Saga to find out.

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Shadow Theories

As Stella mourns Beatrix at her grave, a shadow appears. When Sebastian opened the portal, it looked like he had freed Shadow. Now that it’s out, it will add another wrinkle to an already messy school year. It almost looks like Shadow is mourning Beatrix. Could this prove that Bloom and Beatrix were sisters and their mother is Shadow? If so, who is the old woman that Bloom calls mommy at the end of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2?

The most exciting possibility surrounding Shadow is why she is at Beatrix’s grave. The shadow can alter life and death. That’s why Sebastian wanted to control him. What if now that the Shadow has emerged from the Dark Realm, it sets its own agenda? Fans of Sadie Soverall’s character arc as Beatrix in Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 might see her again in Season 3. Dead doesn’t always mean gone in Netflix’s series. It could be a way for Beatrix to continue to grow as to be magical and even to befriend our group of fairies. The Air Fairy was a good foil for Bloom and had a lot of magic to spare.

The second Shadow theory could point to Bloom’s mother. Sebastian didn’t need Dragon Flame to open the portal. He did this some time before his death. Shadow had plenty of time to enter Otherworld. Sebastian wanted the Dragon Flame because the Shadow wanted it. Dragonflame is extremely powerful magic, so it’s understandable that everyone wants it, but what if the Shadow wants it back to its original form? We know that Bloom’s mother had the dragon flame in front of her and lost control of it.

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As a result, she went to the Dark Realm for everyone’s safety. What if the dragon’s flame burned so brightly that it was extinguished when it consumed a person? Like a dying star creates a black hole, the absence of the Dragon Flame could turn into a literal lack of light, shadow. If true, Bloom’s mother could be the Shadow. If so, we don’t know how much of her human consciousness she retains.

Does the Shadow have the ability to make the Dark Kingdom more livable? Bloom thinks she has a vision for her future. She felt her vision was of her encounter with Shadow, but what if her vision was of the past? What if she saw her mother? It wouldn’t be the first time a young adult series has pitted bad parents against their offspring to drive the drama. Whether Bloom’s mother is the potentially evil Shadow, dead, or void of humanity, it’ll be fun to watch. Fans have speculated since the first season that Bloom and Beatrix might be related. It would be a departure from the canon, but watching these two navigate tricky waters could be fun. Until Season 3, we’ll have to speculate on who the old woman is, what the Shadow wants, and who Beatrix’s two sisters are.

Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix.

Tracy Palm Tree

As the editor of Signal Horizon, I love watching and writing about genre entertainment. I grew up with old school slashers, but my real passion is television and all things weird and ambiguous. My work can be found here and Travel Weird, where I am the editor.

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