Shadow and Bone are available on Netflix! If you want to know the explanation for the end of Season 1, read on! Shadow and Bone are as miraculous as its star, Alina Starkhov. This is a brilliant adaptation of Leigh Bardugo's bestselling Grishaverse books. If you want to know all about the release of the second season, read this.

Shadow and Bone is a pure moment of escape, accompanied by timely social commentary and a good old-fashioned story. It's the next big fantasy sensation. Shadow and Bone are set primarily in the fictional nation of Ravka, a location inspired by Imperial Russia and torn apart by a physical barrier known as the Shadow Fold or “Unsea”. It is an ocean of darkness inhabited by deadly monsters called Volcra. Worse yet, it continues to expand, encroaching on small towns and separating the eastern Ravkans from the western part of Ravka and the rest of the world.

Ravka is both paralyzed by this supernatural phenomenon and perpetually threatened from all sides. The nation's only hope is the arrival of a mythical "sun summoner" who can destroy the darkness and heal the lands of Ravka forever. If you have completed the first season, we tell you all about the end of Season 1 of Shadow and Bone on Netflix!


In Episode 8 of Shadow and Bone, Kirigan and Alina travel together in the Fold on a sandskiff. He invited ambassadors from different countries on the pretext that they will see the destruction of the Fold. Unbeknownst to Kirigan, Kaz's and Mal's crew are also on the ship. They meet and decide to work together. Kirigan's plans quickly become clear. Baghra was right. He arms the Fold with the power of Alina and begins to destroy Novokribrisk, the main town of West Ravka and the epicenter of the anti-Ravkan uprising.

Eventually, Alina manages to free herself from her control and discovers the truth about the Stag Amplifier. Mal and Kirigan fight before the former are attacked by the Volcra. Elsewhere, Nina lies by stating that Matthias Helvar is a slaveholder, which leads to his arrest by Kerch's bounty hunters. All the main characters meet on a boat bound for Kerch.

Shadow and Bone Season 1: Explanation of the end!


Kirigan, like Alina, is an extremely rare type of Grisha. His ability to summon shadows has granted him near-immortality. A few hundred years earlier, he had created the fold by fighting Ravkan soldiers. He hoped that with his power he would create powerful amplifiers to increase the abilities of the Grisha, just like Morozova had done with the animals. Instead, he ended up turning everyone in the region into Volcra. As the creator and arguably the most powerful shadow summoner in the world, Kirigan seems to have some control over the Volcra.

Earlier, he told Alina he was a beacon to them. As soon as he enters the Withdrawal, the Volcras are drawn to him. This is what happens during his fight with Mal. He seems to be winning when a Volcra attacks him from behind. Alina, Mal, and the others believe he is dead. He has succeeded in creating a new type of shadow creature, the nichevo’ya, which is unrelated to the Shadow Fold. The end of Season 1 of Shadow and Bone shows a bruised and bloodied Kirigan emerging from the Fold and ordering the Volcras to follow him. It took him a few hundred years, but he finally has an army that helps him destroy his enemies.


Fedyor and the Grisha catch up with Nina and Matthias in an inn. They plan to kill Matthias, or at least bring him back to the Petit Palais. Where he will likely be tortured and killed, then Nina hatches a plan to save him. This is a quick thought on his part. Nina tells a group of sailors that Matthias is a slaveholder, and they arrest him and Nina as a witness. They head for Ketterdam, where Matthias will be tried. On the boat, Nina hears Kaz, Inej, and Jesper talking about the need for a Heartrender, which she is! Interesting…

Unfortunately, Matthias doesn't trust Nina. He thinks she tricked him with her witch, witch ways. He doesn't understand how she saved his life. As another prisoner puts it, they are heading to the prison long before the trial. It's not good.

The ending of Season 1 of Shadow and Bone encourages audiences to imagine what is to come, bringing the gripping story to an appropriate checkpoint as the characters embark on their next journey. It's a series that has the potential to stick around.

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