Did you watch Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 in one go like we did? Or are you one of those who keep putting off watching the season finale? If so, don’t worry, because we’re here to get you covered about the ending of Season 2. Also, we’re going to provide you with a comparison between Fate: The Winx Saga Season 1 and 2. Without much ado, let’s dive in!
Is Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 Better Than Season 1?
In Season 1, there was criticism of the casting of Elisha Applebaum as Musa, who was coded as East Asian and whose character design was based on Lucy Liu, as well as the apparent replacement of Flora, who was coded as Latina and whose character design was based on Jennifer Lopez, with a new white character named Terra. Because of this, fans of Winx Club animated series weren’t happy about the casting of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 1. In response to the criticism, Abigail Cowen said that she wasn’t involved in the casting, but hopes that Flora will be introduced in Season 2.
In addition, Season 1 received some negative reviews because of its story and its departure from the magic of friendship, which was always emphasized in the Winx Club animated series.
As for Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2, we can say that people liked it better than Season 1. Season 2 introduced the character of Flora, portrayed by Latin American actress Paulina Chávez, which made fans more satisfied with the cast.
What’s more, the things that Bloom finds out about her origins in Season 2 were one of the main reasons why people loved the 2nd season of the series, not to mention that it managed to keep the tension throughout its course, leaving the viewers with a big cliffhanger at the end of the season.
Who Does Bloom End Up With in Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2?
In the final scenes of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 Episode 7, when she finds out where she came from, Bloom decides to go to the Realm of Darkness to find her mother and then destroy it. So she leaves notes for her roommates and for Sky, who finds her and talks to her before she leaves. He’s angry that she wanted to leave without talking to him. But Bloom doesn’t change her mind and just before she leaves, they kiss!
Although Bloom and Sky don’t break up in the end, it seems like they’ll be apart for a long time, as Bloom is very busy dealing with her past and her issues with her mother. Still, we believe that the two will continue to develop their relationship in the coming seasons, once Bloom gets rid of her burden.
Also read: Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 Release Date
Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 Final Episode Breakdown!
Sebastian and Beatrix attack anyone who crosses their path, roaming the hallways of the campus. However, Bloom and Silva try to come up with a strategy to stop them.
Bloom finds out that Sky is stranded at the facility. She’s visions of Sebastian and passes out. The students are still stranded on campus. Sky is taken over by Sebastian, who then uses him to communicate with Bloom. He instructs her to meet Gray outside and threatens to murder Sky if she doesn’t follow the rules.
It doesn’t take long, however, for someone to notice that Bloom and Sky have disappeared. Beatrix continues to play both sides as she informs Stella of Bloom’s possible danger. Sky is about to die when Bloom arrives on campus. Meanwhile, Bloom is eager to talk about where she came from.
When Sebastian reveals to her that her mother possessed the Dragonflame and Bloom was born and put into stasis 1000 years ago during an ancient battle, things begin to make more sense for her. Bloom’s mother lost control during that battle and unintentionally killed thousands of people.
Beatrix eventually turns on Sebastian, saving the world. Beatrix responds by being hurled against the world by Sebastian, who then appears to kill him. Bloom gets angry and starts to break out like her mother used to be, worrying that Sky is dead.
But once Gray begins to revive Sky, Bloom’s anger subsides. Sebastian regains control, but his reign of terror is ended. Afterwards, some of the abnormality seems to be restored, Musa regains her powers, and Gray isn’t arrested. Instead, he’s returned to his parents on the condition that he never leaves them again.
Also, in the season finale of Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2, Bloom decides to go to the Realm of Darkness because she feels guilty for almost losing control and erupting like her mother did. And when she gets there, she calls someone “mother.”