Loki Episode 2: Explanation of the end! Lady Loki's shot!

DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF LOKI EPISODE 2! CREATION OF MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS, LADY LOKI, AND MORE.

Loki is available on Disney Plus! If you want to know the explanation for the end of Episode 2, read on! Created by Michael Waldron, Loki is a series that revolves around the eponymous character as he begins working with the enigmatic TVA organization to bring down what appears to be a version of himself. After escaping with the Tesseract, Loki creates a variant of himself and thus learns of the existence of TVA, whose agents come to arrest him. Find out more about the release of Episode 3 here.

In Episode 2, titled "The Variant," Miss Minutes tells Loki about the nexus events and the red lines beyond which the TVA cannot reset the time. The Variant is revealed to be a young blonde woman who tells Loki it's not about him before teleporting. Although Mobius asks him to stop, Loki sets off in pursuit of the Variant. We tell you all about the ending of Episode 2 of Loki!

WHO IS LADY LOKI AND WHAT IS HER PLAN?

The evil variant of Loki had fun taunting the TVA Loki, before stepping out of the shadows to reveal himself as Lady Loki, played by Sophia Di Martino. In the comics, Lady Loki was created as part of the cycle of Ragnarok, the psyche of the trickster god possessing the body destined to be reincarnated as Sif, but Loki trailers have suggested that the MCU's Lady Loki has an origin. simpler, it has been confirmed that Loki is mixed-sex in the MCU.

As she expected, TVA and their version of Loki followed the clues into 2050 and Lady Loki's plan took the next step. She unleashed the reset charges initiated across the timeline, creating dozens of branching timelines in the resulting destruction. Lady Loki only had a limited number of charges, so it's reasonable to assume that she chose these locations carefully to disrupt the timeline as much as possible.

Lady Loki has created some new branches in the timeline, and some of them already appear to be approaching the red line. They've reached a point where they can't be reset. At the time when the TVA began to respond to his attack. The sacred timeline is in chaos, with the emergence of the Multiverse Of Madness. The majority of Lady Loki's targets appear to be centered on the Earth.

And she has a particular focus on the twentieth century, arguably because she knows this part of the timeline best. But Lady Loki also attacks many key alien locations:

  • Hala, the capital of the Kreis, in AD 51, and Xandar in 1001, both of which have an impact on the history of galactic civilization.
  • Ego in 1302, which means the living planet was destroyed centuries before it came to Earth and spawned Star-Lord.
  • Nifleheim in 1606, which presumably would have killed Hela, who was imprisoned there by Odin - and thus could have created a timeline in which Ragnarok would never have taken place.
  • Sakaar in 1984, presumably killing the Grandmaster.
  • Asgard in 2001, creating a timeline in which all Asgardians - and even Loki - were destroyed.
  • Vormir in 2301, suggesting that what Nebula calls “the center of celestial existence” will become important again in the future, even though its Infinity Stone will be long gone by then.

EXPLANATION OF THE END OF EPISODE 2 OF LOKI

Lady Loki knows far too much about the Timeline, and she has many advanced technologies that she shouldn't have access to, including the portals she has opened across the Timeline. This suggests that she isn't working alone, but rather has an ally, possibly Kang the Conqueror, a time-traveling comic book villain who will appear in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania.

The most intriguing question, however, is what she wants from Loki's variant that works with VAT. She allowed this variant to attract her and left her exit portal open for a suspicious amount of time, suggesting that she intends to recruit him for her cause. It will be interesting to see if she succeeds and if TVA soon finds itself up against two variations of Loki instead of one.

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