How Did the Third Season of DOTA’s Dragons Blood End?

The third season of DOTA Dragon’s Blood reveals a more complex fantasy tale about our brave warriors, but its conclusion might leave viewers with more questions than answers.

To completely comprehend what transpired with the characters in season 3, there may be important facts that you missed as Mirana and her comrades set off on a perilous mission to save the world.

Here is a brief explanation of the Dota Dragon’s Blood season 3 ending in case you need it.

The ending explained of DOTA Dragon’s Blood season 3

How and why did Mirana start the Forge?

The third book’s conclusion puts Mirana in a difficult situation, forcing her to choose between saving her companions’ lives and going back to her previous existence.

She possesses natural knowledge of past lives and a divine connection to the eight Eldwurms, also known as the Pillars of Creation because she is the God-Empress of the Sun. This enables her to use a forge and bring about the world’s return to safety following the Mad Moon disaster. Unfortunately, this is the same universe in which Davion, my lover, and Marci, my best friend, are dead.

The only way Mirana can save her loved ones is to return reality to the way it was in the end. She then bids her pals farewell, praising Marci as “the best bits of me in any universe.”

Mirana briefly halts the Forge’s activation out of concern that she may be responsible for Davion’s second demise. She is reassured by the Dragon Knight that it is his choice and that his only concern is how people will remember him.

Holding Davion’s lifeless body in the aftermath of Foulfell, Mirana releases the parallel reality and returns to her normal one.

Fymryn, who is now Mene, goddess of the Moon, suggests that they create a new world together as she laments the loss of her lover. She agrees.

What was the shopkeeper scene all about?

The shopkeeper returns in the series’ last episode to spill the beans on an intriguing little secret concerning the Empress.

Mirana discovers the Archronicus, the spell book that educated Filomena about the Mad Moon, during her and Mene’s trip to Invoker’s Tower.

She brings the Archronicus to the shopkeeper, who gladly welcomes it as a “divine favour,” but she knows that such knowledge could bring greater upheaval and so she brings it to him for safekeeping. Mirana holds her stomach as the shopkeeper asks if she found everything she needed, presumably alluding to the fact that she is pregnant with Davion’s kid.

Their children may be a major plot point in Season 4, even though not much was spoken in the scene. The child may become a vessel and gain the power of Hybrid, the hybrid transformation of all eight Eldwurms, due to Davion’s close relationship with Slyrak and the Eldwurms.

How did Invoker bring back Filomena?

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