'The Idhun Chronicles' Part 2 Ending Explained: The prophecy for Kirtash, Linnaris and Yandrak revealed

The location of Linnaris and Yandrak have been revealed in surprising locations, and Kirtash makes a fateful decision about what side he's on


                            'The Idhun Chronicles' Part 2 Ending Explained: The prophecy for Kirtash, Linnaris and Yandrak revealed
Still from 'The Idhun Chronicles' (Netflix)
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Spoilers for 'The Idhun Chronicles' Part 2

Two years have passed since the events of Part 1 of 'The Idhun Chronicles', and while the Empire has not made much use of that time to further their plans, those years have meant a lot for the personal growth of Victoria (Michelle Jenner/Erika Harlacher), Jack (Itzan Escamilla/Griffin Burns), and most surprisingly and importantly Kirtash (Sergio Mur/Johnny Yong Bosch). It turns out that Kirtash's feelings for Victoria were more genuine than anyone had expected, and that's all made the difference in the fight against the Empire and the fulfillment of an ancient prophecy.

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The Prophecy

At the end of Part 1 of the series, though the Resistance was broken up, they still had an important task before them: to fulfill the Prophecy and find the last unicorn, Lunnaris, and the last dragon, Yandrak. As it turns out, both of those mythical creatures are a lot closer than anyone realized. As there is no room for mythical creatures like dragons and unicorns on Earth, the only way for Yandrak and Lunnaris to crossover was to graft their souls onto two humans - humans that ended up being Jack and Victoria. That's why Jack has such control over fire, and the dragonsword, Domivat, and why Victoria has such a connection to the Staff of Ayshel - they both have mythical beasts grafted onto their souls. Having found them, they can now fulfill the prophecy that will break the Empire's hold on Idhun - but there's a third part of that prophecy, too.

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Still from 'Idhun Chronicles' (Netflix)

The third part claimed that a shek - the snake-like beings that fill the ranks of the Emperor's army would open the gate to send Linnaris and Yandrak home. That shek turned out to be none other than Kirtash himself. Part 2 of the series revealed that Kirtash is a lot more complicated than anyone expected. He's not just a shek, but a human whose soul was combined with a shek spirit by Ashran (Juan Antonio Berna/Kirk Thornton) at an early age, becoming a true hybrid species. Since coming to Earth, he's been accessing more of his human side, expressing himself as the popstar Chris Tara, and falling in love with Victoria. By the end of the series, despite the torture that he was put through at the hands of his father Ashran, Kirtash's love for Victoria is enough for him to join the Resistance and open the gate to Idhun for them.

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What happens next

The Resistance is now stronger than ever. It's revealed that Kirtash managed to save Shail (Nico Romero/Griffin Puatu) at the last second before his death, teleporting him to Idhun, where he is now reunited with the resistance. What's more, Victoria's grandmother is revealed to have been one of the original Fae sorceresses from Idhun, who's now joined the fight. The Resistance is now ready to take the fight straight to the Empire, especially now that they have Yandrak and Linnaris on their side.

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There's also a certain amount of romance in the air, both Jack and Kirtash have expressed their feelings for Victoria, and she has returned those feelings to each of them in kind. Though there's a natural enmity between Kirtash's shek side and Jack's dragon side, the two appear to be putting those differences aside for Victoria's sake. Kirtash even specifically says that he feels no jealousy towards Jack, and that if there's room in Victoria's heart to love two people, she should do that. The trio might just be in for a polyamorous relationship in the next part of 'The Idhun Chronicles,' as the three of them hold hands before passing through the gate, the Prophecy all but fulfilled, with nothing left for them to do but to take down Ashran once and for all.

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All episodes of 'The Idhun Chronicles' are now available on Netflix.