Marvel’s Loki Season 2 will see the God of Mischief teaming up with Mobius to fix the mess caused by Kang the Conqueror’s time-traveling antics. Their goal is to restore the Sacred Timeline that was disrupted after the death of He Who Remains. Loki and Mobius believe that Kang’s Victor Timely variant holds the key to restoring the timeline, as hinted by their search for him in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and his appearance in the season 2 trailer.
Loki Season 2’s Ending Already Revealed
However, it is clear that Loki and Mobius won’t be able to solve the multiverse’s Kang problem on their own. Avengers 5 and 6 are already set to feature the Avengers saving the multiverse in their battles against Kang. The chaos unleashed by Sylvie, another variant of Loki, will also continue to pose a threat in Loki season 2.
The trailer for Loki season 2 indicates that the main focus of the season will be on cleaning up the mess caused by Kang’s actions. Mobius is seen heading out into space, possibly to fix the broken branches of the Sacred Timeline. Restoring the Sacred Timeline was the TVA’s mission, but with He Who Remains’ death, that mission has changed. It is unclear how Loki and Mobius plan to achieve their goal, but it is suggested that Kang’s Victor Timely variant is crucial to their efforts. It is possible that they believe he is the one responsible for the “utter destruction” mentioned in the trailer.
Despite their efforts, it is already known that Loki and Mobius won’t be successful in solving the Kang problem. Avengers 5 and 6 have been announced to feature the Avengers saving the multiverse from Kang’s threat. Sylvie’s actions have also caused chaos that will continue to be a threat in Loki season 2.
In conclusion, Loki season 2 will follow Loki and Mobius as they try to restore the Sacred Timeline and fix the mess caused by Kang the Conqueror. However, their efforts will ultimately be futile, as the Avengers will step in to save the multiverse in their own battles against Kang. The chaos unleashed by Sylvie will also continue to pose a threat.