Loki Season 2 Ending Explained

The Loki Season 2 finale shakes up the multiverse with far-reaching implications for the future of the MCU as well as the God of Mischief – here’s what happens in the end.

After watching Loki, Mobius, Sylvie and the TVA team fight to save the multiverse for six episodes, Loki season 2 has come to an end.

In our review of the final episode of season two, we noted that this season finale was one of the most satisfying endings of any Marvel series.

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But what exactly happened in the season finale and where did our favorite characters end up? Read on to find out! Warning: Major spoilers for Loki Season 2, Episode 6!

Loki season 2 finale explained

The final episode of Loki season 2 was action-packed as Loki now has the ability to control his time shift and he used it to try to repair the Temporal Loom, which took him centuries to do.

But all his plans were in vain as there was no way to prevent the loom from exploding, so Loki decided to make the ultimate sacrifice and take up the mantle of He Who Remains.

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Loki destroys the Temporal Loom and takes its place by merging the branches into a Multiverse Tree, giving Sylvie, Mobius and the TVA free will to go whenever and wherever they want.

With this move, Loki lost his former title as the God of Mischief and cemented him as the God of Stories, which is what we predicted.

Ravonna Renslayer is brought up for a few moments towards the end of the finale, as it is revealed that she is stuck at the end of time with the Cloud Guardian we saw in Season 1.

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B-15 and Casey are still with the TVA, but seek to use it as a force for good by following in Loki’s footsteps and adopting the Multiverse Tree in place of the previous Sacred Timeline, so that no more branches are unnecessarily pruned.

Mobius decides to leave the TVA and explore his multiverse life, bringing his character full circle as Sylvie constantly berated him for not being curious about the life he was taken from.

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And Sylvie is now free to live a normal life and do whatever she wants, a fate from which she was previously snatched thanks to the TVA.

While there’s no word on whether Loki will get a Season 3, at least fans can expect their favorite characters to live happily ever after.

Loki seasons 1-2 are now available on Disney Plus, where you can subscribe Here. Find out more about Season 3 here and see our other coverage below:

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Loki Season 2 Ending Explained | Why there’s no post-credits scene in the Loki finale | Loki Season 2 Finale Review | Loki season 2 cast and characters | When does Loki season 2 take place? | Who is Ouroboros in Loki? | What happened to Renslayer in the finale? | Is Loki now the god of stories in the MCU? | What is Yggdrasil? Multiverse Tree Explained | How a Line in Loki Will Determine the MCU’s Future | Is Loki the most powerful MCU character?

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Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: dustinhuang@nytimas.com.

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