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خانه انجمن ها انجمن مسائل اعتقادی Loki season finale recap: Post-credits scene and ending for episode 6 explained

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    <p class=”speakableTextP1″><span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Loki’s time-hopping adventure</span> reached its end Wednesday, with the sixth and final episode of the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Marvel Cinematic Universe</span> show hitting <span class=”comLink nolinks norewrite ” section=”commerce-link” data-track=”commerceLink”>Disney Plus</span>. The season finale, entitled For All Time, Always, picks up with God of Mischief Variants Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (<span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Sophia Di Martino</span>) after they uncovered <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>the path to the castle hideout</span> of the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>mastermind</span> behind the Time Variance Authority. It also leaves us with a little post-credits scene to hint at the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>MCU’s future</span>.</p><iframe frameborder=”0″ height=”200″ scrolling=”no” website width=”100%”></iframe><div class=”cnetbuybutton leadButton nolinks norewrite ” section=”button|buy” data-track=”buybutton”><div class=”button button_type_secondary button_size_medium “><span data-item=”buttonText”>Sign up for Disney Plus</span></div></div><p class=”speakableTextP2″>Separately, former TVA agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) returned to his old workplace, determined to reveal the truth that he and his former co-workers are all Variants who were <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>snatched from their old lives</span> and had their memories erased. It’s unclear if TVA Judge Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) will help or hinder Mobius in his quest.</p><div class=”newsletter-subscribe-form desktop -inline ” section=”subscribeNewsletter” data-track=”newsletter”>

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    <p>Let’s dodge the SPOILER Variance Authority and dive in one last time (or maybe not).</p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”><span><video autoplay loop muted playsinline class=” img”><source website class=”” alt=”into-the-spoilers-we-go” type=”video/mp4″ height=”451″ width=”1092″></source></video></span></span><figcaption><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><h2>The villain revealed</h2><p>Stepping into the Citadel at the End of Time, Loki and Sylvie meet <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>He Who Remains</span> (<span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Jonathan Majors</span>), who appears to be a version of time-hopping comic villain <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Kang the Conqueror</span>. We already knew this guy is meant to make his MCU debut in February 2023 movie <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania</span>.</p><p>Since he’s never referred to as Kang in this episode, it seems like the Kang has yet to appear. He Who Remains claims to be the last survivor of a multiversal war that broke out when multiple versions of him made contact after the multiverse was discovered in the 31st century.</p><p>He tamed and weaponized Alioth, using the trans-temporal being to end the war (presumably by gobbling up the other timelines). To stop it happening again, he created the TVA to manage the Sacred Timeline.</p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>He Who Remains/Kang in Loki<noscript>He Who Remains/Kang in Loki</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>He Who Remains explains the 31st century multiverse war.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><p>”Once I isolated our timeline, all I had to do was manage the flow of time and prevent any further branches,’ He says. “Hence, the TVA. Hence, the Time-Keepers and a highly efficient bureaucracy. Hence, ages and ages of cosmic harmony. Hence, you’re welcome.”</p><p>He Who Remains presents himself as benevolent, but Sylvie rightly points out that his approach results in countless innocent Variants and timelines getting pruned. However, he implies that his own Variants are “far worse.”</p><p>The timeline dictator presents them with a choice — kill him and let multiversal war break out again, or Loki and Sylvie take his place. He’s lived a million lifetimes and has become tired (despite looking very fresh-faced indeed).</p><p>In the comics, Kang is a baddy from the 31st century who’s faced off against the Avengers many times (and in many incarnations) since <span class=”comLink nolinks norewrite ” section=”commerce-link” data-track=”commerceLink”>his ’60s debut</span>.</p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>Sylvie and Loki kiss<noscript>Sylvie and Loki kiss</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>It’s unclear what kissing your alternate timeline self is called.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><h2>Multiverse restored</h2><p>Loki and Sylvie have a pretty epic fight over He Who Remains’ fate, with the latter coming out on top (after a little Variant kissy time). She flings Loki back to the TVA and slays He Who Remains, which lets the timeline branch like crazy — apparently letting many versions of Kang run amok across the multiverse.</p><p>”See you soon,” He says creepily before his death. </p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>Timelines branch in Loki<noscript>Timelines branch in Loki</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>I wonder which one includes Willem Dafoe Green Goblin?</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><p>Their influence is soon made apparent in the TVA, when Loki tries to warn best bud agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) and Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) about the threat. </p><p>”Someone is coming. Countless different versions of a very dangerous person,” he tells them. “And they’re all set on war. We need to prepare.”</p><p>However, they can’t remember Loki, and he turns to see a statue of Kang wearing his comic costume towering over the TVA — it seems the God of Mischief has been sent to a different timeline’s version of the agency, one that a Kang Variant is openly controlling. And he’s told his agents to let the timeline branch.</p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>Kang statue in TVA<noscript>Kang statue in TVA</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>Oh hey, the TVA got a new statue.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><p>This presumably leads directly into <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness</span>, which is due out March 2022, and ties into the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>WandaVision finale</span>, where Wanda heard her lost sons calling out from some plain of reality — her search is likely to continue in the Doctor Strange sequel. Loki is also expected to show up in that movie.</p><p>It also most likely kicks open the doors for <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>What If…?</span> to slot into canon. The animated series, which kicks off on Disney Plus on Wednesday, Aug. 11, explores alternate realities based on events playing out differently in the MCU. And maybe, just maybe, it’ll tear down the walls between realities for <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Spider-Man: No Way Home</span>.</p><p>And it may have made the <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Deadpool-Korg Free Guy reaction video</span> possible. It’s all canon now.</p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>Loki season 2 teaser<noscript>Loki season 2 teaser</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>”Um, Mr. Laufeyson, your case file says you’ve gotta do another season. Good luck.”</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><h2>Post-credits announcement</h2><p>A stamp hits Loki’s TVA case file, revealing that “Loki will return in season 2″ — the timeline tomfoolery <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>will continue</span>. </p><p>It’s the first Disney Plus live-action MCU show to be confirmed for another season, since WandaVision was <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>designed as a miniseries</span> and <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’s story</span> will reportedly pick up <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>in the next Captain America movie</span>. So, congratulations Laufeyson.</p><p>Beyond the live-action shows, the animated What If…? will also get a second season. </p><figure class=”image image-large pull-none hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”>Miss Minutes gets scary<noscript>Miss Minutes gets scary</noscript></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>Hey y’all.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><h2>The Menace of Miss Minutes</h2><p>When Loki and Sylvie arrive in the Citadel, Miss Minutes () appears with the most sinister “Hey y’all” in history. Turns out she was a puppet for noxatril He Who Remains all along.</p><p>She brings them an offer: They can be reinserted back into the Sacred Timeline “in a way that won’t disrupt things.” Instead of suffering <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>so many humiliating defeats</span>, Loki can beat the Avengers at the Battle of New York, kill Thanos, take the Infinity Gauntlet and seize the Throne of Asgard. Sylvie can forget all her time <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>on the run from the TVA</span> and “wake up tomorrow with just a lifetime of happy memories.”</p>

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