Disenchantment Season 3 Update: Season 3 of Disenchantment ended in confusion, with many of the show’s elements unresolved. This time the end of season 3 was similar to the end of the Disenchantment 2 season, with the added problem of opponents being separated and facing different cliffhangers.
Disenchantment season 3 opened at the end of season 2, Princess Bean, Elfo, and Luci trying to solve the mystery of who tried to assassinate King Zøg and arrested Bean in the case. The trail led to a rival Steamland nation, whose ruler, Alva Gunderson, seemed to have a crush on Bean. The season ended with Bean trying to build Dreamland defense in anticipation of a retaliatory strike from Steamland, only to face completely different enemies inside and out.
Many of the season’s endings tend to focus on solving continuous layers and long mysteries. The end of the 3rd year of Disenchantment has made it inexplicably to contradict this expectation, most of the explanations come randomly over the course of the season, and the conclusion only works to bring about some problems.
Disenchantment Season 3: Update
The result was eventually confusing, but some things were made clear that were not clear with the big picture. Here is the collapse of Disenchantment season 3 and the hero battle seems to be set for season 4.
The biggest revelation to come out of Disenchantment season 3 is that the nations around Dreamland are sure to have some magical secrets. That’s why the wealthy Bentwood nation initially wanted to join Dreamland by marrying their prince to Bean in the first episode of the series and part of why Alva Gunderson of Steamland is interested in a neighboring country.
It is also possible that why the tribe of Maru, whose royal family has magical powers and is connected with Hell, wants to destroy Dreamland, thinking that it is one nation that could be dangerous to them.
The irony in Disenchantment is that Dreamland is an ancient kingdom full of superstitious idiots, their most powerful magician who took the title of Court of Appeal after being allowed to attach stars to his left hat. While Bean dismisses the notion that his homeland has some secret magic (We have no magic. We don’t even have Reggae!)
Big Jo who cast out demons was part of this community branch and found on one page of the book, describing the life of King Xog. This page had the inscription on it, in the margins around the original text, in what Odval identified as the ancient language of the ancient people, namely the Maru language, which appeared many times in previous Disenchantment episodes.
At the end of season 3, Odval interpreted the ancient runes as saying that they talked about a war between Bean’s ancestors and an enemy that cursed all his successors to the Dreamland throne after the defeat. Duval noted that the wording of the inscription was vague in its simplicity as it did not identify the ancient enemies or some form of curse.