This time, the story doesn't revolve only around dragons.
Last Updated: 07.20 AM, Jan 23, 2023
Vox Machina have just come back after defeating one dragon but little do they know that they have started something even bigger. Many tragedies and learnings await them as they embark on a journey to right their wrongs.
The Legend of Vox Machina's second season commences with praise for what Vox Machina accomplished in season 1. This season, the fear of dragons is back.
This season, like one can expect, is about Uriel. He plays an important role in an unusual way.
Grog, who is this Universe's Hulk, gets into his macho mode instantly. His funny side comes later but is still on point.
Raishan is here and she's pretty deadly. This was clear with her cameo in the first season itself.
Percy and Evergreen's bond continues this time around. It is unspoken like always but continues.
Gilmore's charm is as great as always. This time, Vax is seen getting friendlier with him.
Scanlan's charm and flamboyance is intact too. He, however, is predictable and knows how to make fun of that too.
The second episode of this show sees the gang grow up and face their real selves. Knowing how they have never cared about even their own selves, this one was much-needed.
Episode three sees a twist in the story. It also switches up to witness one of the biggest tragedies.
With that, the first part of The Legend Of Vox Machina season 2 comes to an end. It ends with a cliffhanger and leaves you confused and hopeful.
The Legend of Vox Machina isn't the best show out there. However, this season does bring some hope for this rather useless bunch of idiots. The story works to an extent but the VFX is below average. You can start this one only if you have enough patience to deal with immature beings.