Loki Episode 6 Ending Explained: How Sylvie Betrayed Loki To Take Kang’s Place?

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In our ongoing series Marvel Explained, we examine the newest Marvel television programs, motion pictures, trailers, and news articles to predict the franchise’s future.

This essay discusses how Episode 6 “For All Time Always.” introduces a new terrible MCU antagonist as well as the Loki finale and its conclusion. Indeed, get ready for SPOILERS.

Loki Finale Episode Release

The Loki finale is finally here. We’ve gone through a lot together, despite the fact that the first season of the Marvel Disney+ show only had six episodes.

We started way back at the Battle of New York when the TVA pulled that version of Tom Hiddleston’s Loki out of the timeline and imprisoned him.

Loki Episode 6 Ending Explained

He later helped the TVA track down a murderous Loki variant, teamed up with him, and kind of fell in love with him, only to find out the TVA was a fraud and everything they had been told was false.

We covered a lot of ground in six hours, but the fact that every moment seemed entirely character-focused from beginning to end is a tribute to the production team, writers, and actors.

Loki Episode 6 Characters Explained

They succeeded. The end of the yellow brick road was reached by Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston).

They avoided Alioth’s notice, broke down the barrier to eternity, and faced the wizard who was composing the text. And Kang the Conqueror, who we had suspected would be the culprit all along, is the true bad guy (Jonathan Majors).

Majors’ character explains to Loki and Sylvie that his identity has changed over the course of history.

Although Majors is portraying a character named He Who Remains in this instance, another Kang variant from Marvel’s comic history, Immortus, appears to have been a major influence.

For those who are not familiar with this comic book character, Immortus refers to himself as the “Master of Time,” which is a suitable title given that by the time Loki and Sylvie meet him, he has been in charge of the Sacred Timeline for millennia.

Loki Episode 6 Ending Explained

Kang and He Who Remains/Immortus are manifestations of Nathaniel Richards, a real-life person.

He Who Remains discusses Richards during his in-depth conversation with Loki and Sylvie about the multiverse conflict, another variety who was the first of his type to traverse through time. Richards is a scientist from the 31st century.

Loki Episode 6 Plotline Summary

Kang was an Earth scientist in the 31st century long ago. He found that there were several realities. The other Kangas from those universes discovered the same thing at the same moment.

A party among coworkers that started out as a celebration inevitably turned into a battle since certain Kangas wasn’t as pleasant as others.

The Prime Kang that we encounter at the End of Time in the Citadel has triumphed. He prevailed by commanding Alioth and chopping down the adversary’s reality. When everything was finished, Kang established the Time Variance Authority to govern the only real timeline and prevent the emergence of other Kangas.

Loki Episode 6 Ending Explained

We’ve already talked a little bit about “He Who Remains.” He is not connected to Kang the Conqueror in the comics. He is the TVA’s last director, the one responsible for developing the Time-Keepers to protect reality. However, they weren’t his original creation.

He gave birth to the Time-Twisters before the Time-Keepers. These strange beings went rogue, gleefully rewriting history to suit their purposes. Thor led his army in vain against them when they came for Asgard.

With Jane Foster’s assistance, the God of Thunder leaped into the future and persuaded “He Who Remains” to undo the creation of the Time-Keepers.

He Who Remains is a worn-out old guy, not some evil force. And Kang’s babbling seems to remain the same throughout the Loki epilogue. He is worn out and eagerly anticipates the time when he won’t know everything.

Loki Episode 6 Ending Explained

Sylvie and Loki react to the discoveries very differently. Loki longs for a moment to reflect. If “He Who Remains” is right, they will face a greater evil. They have the chance to take Kang’s place and rule the one-true timeline any way they see fit.

Over the centuries, the ancient figure in front of them has become a little bonkers, and he wants to retire.

Sylvie has spent her entire life avoiding TVA thugs and looking for explanations, so she has no reason to believe this phony god. She intends to stab Kang in the chest with her dagger.

Kang mocks her moral superiority. They are all bad people in his opinion. Every person seated in the Citidel has done despicable things. Kang requests that Sylvie and Loki continue to act in the best interests of society.

When the finale’s action reaches its conclusion, Sylvie confronts Loki because she won’t listen to reason. Finally, Loki uses his neck to intercept Sylvie’s Kang kill-strike. He informs her that he is not interested in a throne. He merely wants Sylvie’s safety.

It’s all really strange and properly mythological as the two versions of each other kiss. However, Sylvie betrays Loki by throwing him through a TemPad portal, as Loki versions intend to do.

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Conclusion

Speaking of which, the conclusion to Loki Episode 6 is a bit of a surprise, wrapping out the first season of the program in a thrilling manner while also fundamentally altering the course of subsequent MCU films and television episodes.

In the Loki finale, Loki and Sylvie Sophia Di Martino ultimately arrived at the end of the timeline and encountered the TVA’s long-time leader.

It turns out the person is Kang the Conqueror, or a Kang-related character. Jonathan Majors, who has portrayed “He Who Remains” in both Lovecraft Country and Da 5 Bloods, tells Loki and Sylvie that he has been anticipating them and, up to a point, knows exactly what will happen.

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