Goodbye Tom Hiddleston? How Loki’s ending will affect the MCU

The second season of Loki has come to an end and left fans with several questions about the outcome of the plot, mainly about the future of the protagonist.

Below, we recall the main events that occurred at the end of the series and how these could have repercussions on the future Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Loki finds himself facing a big dilemma

Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in a scene from the Loki series (Reproduction / Disney+)Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in a scene from the Loki series (Reproduction / Disney+)
Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in a scene from the Loki series (Reproduction / Disney+)

At the end of the second season, Loki discovers that he can control his time-sliding powers. With this ability he goes back in time several times until he manages to stop the Time Frame from exploding and destroying everything.

However, increasing the capacity of Tear Temporada is not enough to save the multiverse. Then she retraces various moments of his adventure trying to find the best solution.

He is faced with the dilemma that the only way to avoid the film is to kill Sylvie and prevent her from killing the One Who Remains. But luckily he comes up with a better idea without having to sacrifice anyone.

What happens to Loki and the members in the AVT season 2 finale?

At the end of the second season, Loki makes a sacrifice by destroying the Time Frame and reviving the dying time branches, taking responsibility for preserving order and preventing the collapse of the multiverse.

As Mobius decides to leave the AVT and explore the unknown, Loki sits on a throne and smiles, albeit saddened, suggesting that he has chosen to continue to be a part of his friends’ lives in some other way.

With Loki at the center, the timelines aligned to form a tree similar to Yggdrasil of Norse legend. Now, timelines can branch like tree branches, rather than uncontrollably.

In turn, other members of the AVT seek to find new meaning for the agency, as multiversal pruning is no longer necessary. Furthermore, everyone is free to live the life they want outside the agency or to continue there.

Ravonna Renslayer gets what she deserves when she is sent to a place that has served as torment for all variations of Loki.

What happened to all the variations of He Who Remains?

Jonathan Majors as Victor Timely in a scene from Loki (Play/Disney+)

At the end of season two, Loki takes over as the One Who Remains on the throne at the End Times.

In this way, he can not only keep all timelines alive, but more importantly, prevent a multiversal war from occurring.

The God of Mischief begins “manipulating” the lives of all Kang variants to prevent them from gaining enough power to control time and space travel.

An example of this is Victor Timely not receiving the AVT book as a child. Additionally, Mobius receives a report that none of the Kang variants are aware of the others’ existence, once again preventing multiversal warfare.

This could also mean a form of Marvel Studios to remove Jonathan Majors of the MCU and put another main villain in his place. However, none of this has been confirmed.

Was Loki Season 2 Tom Hiddleston’s last appearance in the MCU?

Tom Hiddleston as Loki in a scene from the second season of Loki (Play / Disney+)

Neither Tom Hiddleston nor the creators of the series Loki have confirmed whether this will be his final appearance as the God of Mischief in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

However, there is a possibility that more Loki will appear in the future, exploring different versions of the character and further expanding Marvel’s shared universe.

Furthermore, with Loki controlling all timelines, it would be possible for him to gain new powers and be able to manifest himself anywhere in time and space without leaving his throne.

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