Warrior Nun season 2 ending explained

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An action-packed climax doesn’t exactly close the story, but it does provide some satisfying moments.

This article contains spoilers for Warrior Nun Season 2 Episode 8, “Jeremiah 29:13”, including an open discussion of the ending of Warrior Nun Season 2.

The final of warrior nun Season 2 picks up exactly where the penultimate episode stopped, which Ava used crown of thorns to enter Adriel’s realm in hopes of finding a way to defeat him. There she is greeted by Tarasks, apparently the personal protectors of Reya herself, and when she finally comes to amidst Beatrice and Vincent arguing about it, she explains that she knows exactly what to do.

Warrior Nun Season 2 Episode 8 Summary

But she doesn’t explain it, and you’ll have to get used to that. “Jeremiah 29:13” works mostly as a finale, but relies on deliberate obfuscation and characters who deliberately hold things back to keep the viewer guessing, which can get a bit annoying after a while. However at least warrior nun provides an in-universe justification for Ava’s reluctance to explain this, as she plans to sacrifice herself to detonate Michael’s Divinium bomb, and she knows the other nuns would try to stop her if they knew.

In short, Adriel’s plan is to enslave all of Earth by getting enough Spirit Demons through the Arc. His attempts to seize power in his own realm failed because Reya is more powerful than him, but here he can rule the quarters, especially with his crucifixes bringing Ava’s halo into play. It’s really no wonder that Ava feels she has no other alternative but to attack by suicide.

With Vincent’s help, the OCS get inside Adriel’s Cathedral and begin ravaging his guards. Michael sneaks away in the parking lot during the shooting and Ava later reveals that she purposely told Jillian to lie about the arch’s location in the cathedral so she could break off and sacrifice herself to save the others. Ava kisses Beatrice goodbye and heads off to meet Michael, but Beatrice doesn’t want that and finds out where the Arc is so she can try to intervene in what’s about to happen.

Underneath all of that, we get some nice character moments, redemption notes, minor showdowns, and all the usual bits and pieces you’d expect from a season finale. Vincent helps distract Christian while some of the nuns bomb the crucifix. Yasmine shows off as a member of the OCS by slitting William’s femoral artery. Beatrice gets a whole scene to herself.

But what’s important is what’s going on down in the basement. Once again, no one thinks of Lilith, so she teleports out of nowhere and rather unceremoniously rips out one of Michael’s organs, killing him instantly. So no emotional martyrdom here. Instead, Ava has to fight Adriel and Lilith while Adriel tries to drag Reya through the arch so he can imprison her. It’s all very chaotic.

Eventually, however, the bomb is detonated inside Michael, seriously injuring both Ava and Adriel (half his face is blown off in a nice gore effect). However, as we know, he cannot be killed in this area. Or can he? Well, Michael, the Divinium, the Halo – none of those things are technical from this area, so it’s really a matter of semantics. Adriel recovers from the blast, but once the power-dampening Cross is dismantled and the Halo is functional again, Ava can use it to summon the Tarasks to that realm. They tear Adriel apart like paper, and Reya, sensing Ava thwarted her plans, sends her away before they can do any more damage. Reya and Ava share a knowing nod before Ava falls to the ground, still mortally wounded from the bomb blast.

Warrior Nun season 2 ends

There is, as Lilith of all people tells Beatrice, who arrives just in time, only one way to save Ava is to push her through the Arc and hope she finds redemption in the other realm. So they do in a tearful goodbye. Ava is alive at the end of Season 2, but just barely.

Lilith mentions an imminent Holy War, and that’s something I used to theorize about. So if there’s a third season, I definitely think that’s where it’s going. Lilith dramatically unfurls her demon wings and… teleports away. Why spread the wings so as not to take off? This annoyed me more than it probably should have.

Anyway, that’s the last we see of Ava and Lilith. The last we see of Beatrice is her leaving the OCS, although we don’t know exactly where she’s going. Mother Superion and Vincent remain at the monastery, and the Halo-Wearer’s Divinium Sword is safe behind a glass case, gently pulsating with energy.

What do you think of the end of Season 2 of Warrior Nun? Let us know in the comments.

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