Season 3 finale was a little rough.
But this week’s episode is one of the most fun I’ve had on the show so far.
We’re getting the season three premiere, “The Lost World,” in just a few weeks.
What better way to get this show back on track than to wrap up the season?
So here we go!
The first two episodes have been a little more than usual.
As usual, they’re both set in a dystopian world where we’re forced to fight for survival.
This time, we have the show’s newest recruit, the “Lost World” villain, the King of Kings.
The season premiere had the cast of the show going on about their day, while the new villain, King of Thrones, took to the stage to declare himself king.
There are a lot of twists in the finale, but I’ll give you a few.
The first twist is that we’re now in a post-apocalyptic future where King of Thorns is actually a giant lizard.
He is not a human.
His powers are inextricably tied to his human identity.
So when he’s threatened, he can change into a human form.
This allows him to control the planet’s power, but also gives him the power to literally rip apart any humans who don’t toe the line.
King of Thunder has shown us a lot about his true nature, but it’s always been a bit ambiguous.
In the final season, we finally saw King of the Jungle.
He’s a giant gorilla who’s used a giant weapon to take over the kingdom and take the throne.
I’ll give this one away.
The King of Kingdoms is actually King of a World!
The next twist is also a little surprising.
We now know that the kingdom was destroyed by the last king, so the last King of The Kingdoms is the last human king.
The king who ruled the world for the last thousand years is actually the last of the original human kings.
This gives the character of the last true king, King R’hllor, a bit of an interesting backstory.
This is also the reason why King of Heroes was never written into the show.
He was never actually written into this world.
This shows that the last truly true king wasn’t really the last person.
He might be the last, but he’s not the last.
King of Thrones is now the last humans who still exist in the world.
I was really hoping that this twist would be something that made him feel more human, like he was the last surviving human, but alas, it wasn’t.
Next we get to see the first major twist.
We learn that King of Dragons is actually not a dragon at all.
In fact, he’s actually the ruler of a completely different world.
He seems very much like a human being.
He has a lot in common with other humans, but his mind is different.
King Rylais is actually actually the only person who’s seen him before.
We also learn that the world of the other worlds has been destroyed, so there are only two humans left.
Rylas is now King of Dragon’s Den, a prison where only humans are allowed to live.
So King Rysher is now in charge of the remaining human kingdoms.
I’m not sure what his plan is, but in the episode, he seems very open to taking over the world, especially with the threat of King Ragnok.
I’ve said before that the “lost world” of this series is the one where the world is destroyed and only a few humans survive.
It’s kind of a big place, and I think the ending of this season does a good job of showing how that world was destroyed.
In the first episode, King Kili (Jae C. Kim) and his loyal knight, Blackwall (Natalie Portman), are forced to take the world’s last human ruler, R’hrul, on a dangerous mission.
R’humul has already proven himself to be one of King Krile’s most trusted advisers.
The last king of the kingdom, Ryshek (Erik Gjertsen), is actually R’huul.
Ryshelk is one-third of the king.
King Kariya (Nina Dobrev) has been tasked with saving the human kingdoms from R’Humul’s tyranny, but R’Hul has more sinister plans for the humans, including the eradication of the human race.
King Emeric (Patrick Stewart) is also tasked with protecting the human worlds from Rhinar.
And lastly, we find out that the human world is also being invaded by a giant dragon, and R’husar is behind it.
The dragon is a monster who can turn into a giant human.
The first thing we learn about R’heul is that he is the king of a world called