Fate: The Winx Saga season 2, episode 7 recap – the ending explained

September 16, 2022
Jordan Russell Lyon 0
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Summary

A great finale from the second season of the YA hit series. There are deserved takeouts, redemptions arcs, and a mini cliffhanger to hold us over until the third season. To sum it up, there is lots for the audience to enjoy.

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Summary

A great finale from the second season of the YA hit series. There are deserved takeouts, redemptions arcs, and a mini cliffhanger to hold us over until the third season. To sum it up, there is lots for the audience to enjoy.

This recap of the Netflix series Fate: The Winx Saga season 2, episode 7, “All the Wild Witches,” the ending explained, contains spoilers.

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It’s the season finale, and a lot could happen. I’d say it’s pretty much a guarantee that Beatrix will be dead before the final credits roll. But let’s see. As the season has overall been very good, I have high hopes for the season 2 finale.

Fate: The Winx Saga season 2, episode 7 recap – the ending explained

Sebastian and Beatrix go through the halls of the campus and attack anyone they come across. But when Beatrix finds Muna, she hides her presence from Muna and tells her to go. Bloom and Silva try and come up with a plan to defeat Sebastian and Beatrix as they continue to attack the school. But will it work? (As it’s the season finale, I’m going to say yes).

Bloom learns that Sky is trapped at the school (as he was placed in confinement after he tried to free Bloom whilst she was in stasis). Bloom has visions of Sebastian and passes out. However, she passes it off to Silva due to a lack of water. Meanwhile, on campus, the students remain trapped. Sebastian takes control of Sky and uses him to speak to Bloom. He instructs her to go outside and meet Gray, with the warning that if she does anything out of line, he will kill Sky.

However, it doesn’t take long before people notice Bloom and Sky’s absence. As Beatrix continues to play both sides, she warns Stella about the danger that Bloom could be in. Beatrix explains that she plays both sides to ensure her own survival and that every action has allowed her to learn that she has two sisters. When Bloom arrives at the campus, Sky is close to death. The tension within the episode remains high as both sides continue to off against each other. And the fairies trying to fight against him irritates Bloom. But Bloom wants to talk about where she came from.

Sebastian reveals that her Mom had the dragon flame, which is confusing for Bloom as that was only possible 1000 years ago. But it starts to make more sense when Sebastian reveals that Bloom was born 1000 years ago in the middle of an ancient war and placed into stasis. In that very war, Bloom’s Mom lost control and accidentally caused the deaths of thousands of people. So, as Sebastian puts it, Bloom’s parents have been gone for a very long time. Next, Sebastian asks Bloom to help him finish this.

The ending

As the fairies get free, things start to look up for Aisha, Flora, Terra, Musa, Stella, and Silva. But when they try to go inside, Gray says he can’t allow them to enter. Gray tries to get Aisha to see things his way, but all she feels towards him is hate. Beatrix finally turns on Sebastian and saves the world. In return, Sebastian throws Beatrix against the world and seemingly kills him. As Bloom fears that Sky is dead, she becomes enraged and starts to erupt, much like her mother once did.

However, her friends are here to help. And once Gray starts to bring Sky back to life, her rage moment taps out. In an instant, Sebastian regains control. But he’s not stronger than the powers of Terra, Aisha, Stella, and Bloom placed together. And as a result, Sebastian’s reign of terror is over. Afterward, it seems that things return somewhat to normal, and Musa regains her powers. As for Gray, he doesn’t get arrested. Instead, he is sent back to his parents with the demand that he never returns. 

Bloom goes to the opened Realm of Darkness, where her mother is. But it can only be closed from the other side, which Bloom is considering doing as the Otherworld is at risk if the Realm of Darkness remains open. Bloom and Sky bicker over her decision to go inside and save the Otherworld. Bloom and Sky confess their love for each other, and then Bloom enters the Realm of Darkness and closes the door. And with that, the door closes. In the following hours, her friends find Bloom’s farewell letters and realize that she has entered the Realm of Darkness. The second season of Fate: The Winx Saga concludes as Bloom finds her Mom.

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