The Ending Of The Legend Of Vox Machina Season 1 Explained

Warning: Contains potential spoilers for Season 2

After defeating the horrors of Whitestone, Vox Machina enjoys a brief respite back home in Emon. They’re settling into their keep, repairing the damage, and building replacement guns when they get a summons to attend a big announcement in the Cloudtop District: Sovereign Uriel Tal’Dorei II (Khary Payton) is ditching the monarchy rule of Tal’Dorei in favor of governing via a council. Any average day in Emon, that would be the biggest news, but then we see four dragons approach from the distance.

These are no friendly dragons. They’re The Chroma Conclave, an alliance between five Chromatic dragons, made up of one of each color in “Dungeons & Dragons” — red, black, green, white, and blue. As long as “The Legend of Vox Machina” continues to follow the original campaign, they’re the new foes that Vox Machina has to face off against. Only, our newly bonded heroes will have little chance of defeating them right now.

Vox Machina doesn’t know it at this point, but they met — and killed — a member of the Conclave earlier: The blue dragon, Brimscythe, who was masquerading around as General Krieg (David Tennant). When they investigate his house and lair in Episode 2, there are several hints to the Conclave, including a rug depicting the five dragons and gemstones in which Keyleth sees a dragon eye. They barely made it out of his lair alive, so defeating four dragons will be no easy task, but that’s a problem for “The Legend of Vox Machina” Season 2. The Ending Of The Legend Of Vox Machina Season 1 Explained

Jake Nichol

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