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Willow Episode 8 Reveals Trilogy, New Mystery

Willow Episode 8 reveals Trilogy and new mystery! Of course, Elora and Kit come together, defeat Bavmorda, but only to realize that the Wyrm is the big enemy. Now there will be more of the same adventure next season!

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 Willow Episode 8 reveals Trilogy and new mystery. Season 1 wrapped up nicer than I expected. Elora and Kit come together to defeat Bavmorda, who just like Arik is an agent of the Wyrm. That is the big evil that is just waiting to come after them next season.

 

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This show stayed true to who it decided to be throughout season 1. They threw a lot of details at us. If there is a season 2, I’d love to see Arik grow as a person. He was such a stupid person in season 1 that it’s hard to get behind a character that’s dumb for really no season.

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Graydon is now the newest agent of the Wyrm. I’m having a hard time getting behind him being dumb enough to think that that is actually Elora and not the Wyrm deceiving him. It appears that Elora saying she needs his help is enough for him to be clouded by any sound judgement.

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Willow Episode 8 reveals Trilogy and new mystery. This is a 3 season arc. Will we get two more season and are you going to tune in? Share with your thoughts? Check Out Episode 8 review.

 

 

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