How Shadow and Bone Season
The Stag is discovered by Alina and Mal. Alina takes a moment with the Stag instead of murdering it, and decides to let it go until Kirigan arrives and kills it. He injures Mal and tells David to graft a portion of the Stag’s antlers to Alina’s collar and a piece to his own hand. Kirigan demonstrates to Alina that he now has control of her power and that he will transport her to the Fold.
He promises to cure Mal if she follows his instructions. Genya reunites with Alina at a campground near the Fold to prepare her for an event Kirigan is hosting; he plans to transport several nobles over the Fold to demonstrate his and Alina’s newfound power. Genya had been intercepting Alina’s and Mal’s letters, Alina realises. After the train they rode with Arken was blown up, Kaz, Inej, and Jesper figure out a method to go back via the Fold.
Nina and Matthias arrive at a city safely, but are met by Fedyor. Nina declares Matthias a slave trader in order for him to be jailed rather than taken by Feydor. Matthias feels Nina misled and deceived him as he wakes up imprisoned. As the ship traversing the Fold sets sail, Alina uses her abilities to create a light tunnel around it, shielding the passengers from the Volcra. When the ship arrives on the other side, Kirigan stretches the Fold towards West Ravka, overwhelming it and putting an end to a rising revolt.
Any Update on Shadow and Bone Season 2?
Season 2 of Hadow and Bone is one of Netflix’s most anticipated program, according to star Ben Barnes, who plays the main villain General Kirigan. He implies that he would finish Cabinet of Curiosities before returning to Shadow and Bone Season 2. “I’ve been working on Guillermo del Toro’s horror anthology Cabinet of Curiosities,” Barnes explained, “and I’m returning to season two of Shadow and Bone.”
Finally: At the end of April I took a Twitter hiatus to manage the daunting final month of S2 writing, and it did wonders for my mental health. So I will vanish into the shadows again. Friends, if you've been pinging me here, sorry I missed you!
No mourners, no funerals. 🐐
— Eric Heisserer (on hiatus) (@HIGHzurrer) June 7, 2021