Dota: Dragon’s Blood on Netflix is returning for season 2 (or book 2 as it’s labeled on Netflix) in January 2022 with every episode of the new season set to arrive on January 6th, 2022 around the globe. Here’s what you need to know about the new season of Dota: Dragon’s Blood.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is an upcoming Netflix Original fantasy-adventure anime based on Valve’s popular MOBA video-game Dota 2. Ashley Miller is the creator of this series. He is best known for creating superhero films Thor and X-Men: First Class. Kaiju Boulevard, Studio Mir and Studio Mir are currently producing the anime. Studio Mir is also working on The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, the prequel to the animated Witcher.
In late October 2021, Netflix announced that book two would be coming in January 2022 although didn’t give a full date.
Then on December 9th, a full trailer was made available that confirms that DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book Two (Season 2) will arrive on Netflix globally on January 6th, 2022.
It didn’t take long, as the show was renewed for a second season officially as of April 19th, 2021.
Netflix posted a Facebook message confirming the news, and displaying some Filipino fan art. The official DOTA social media channels also confirmed this news.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Dota: Dragon’s Blood is renewed for a second season, as the anime made an immediate impact on the top 10 lists of 47 different regions on Netflix:
Thanks to the number of top 10s that Dota: Dragon’s Blood has featured in, it’s hit a worldwide high of 7 on the top TV series.
Invoker, the elf who waited for a thousand years, was able to exact his revenge on Selemene after she suffered defeat at Terrorblade's hands.
The Invoker has to choose between killing Selemene and removing her powers. The idea that she might lose her powers would be a terrible fate for the goddess. This is especially true if someone else took her power, and became a god.
The elves still believe the lotuses are key to returning the former goddess Mene to power, but Invoker revealed to Mirana that simply isn’t true and that he planted the fake prophecy so the two groups would wage war on each other. We may see the ex-deity return to power, as Invoker is known for lying.
Terrorblade has a mission: to obtain all Eldwurm souls. If he succeeds, he will be able to rework the world. Terrorblade would think that this is hell on Earth.
He has Uldorak so far, which is the earth's should. Invoker, according to their agreement for Terrorblade defeating Selemene, has Invoker the water soul.
We know there are many souls left, so we can be certain that Terrorblade will gain the majority of them before the series' heroes.
Davion, who has the soul of Slyark within him can become the Eldwurm and lose all control. The dragon knights were successful in restoring Davion’s human form, but now they seek to take Slyark’s soul out of his body.
Fymryn, who abandoned Mene's religion and believed in Mene, has been chasing Davion as well as other dragon knights. She has the charm to stop Davion from transforming, but she is also working with Invoker, who has tasked her with bringing Davion to him so he can claim Slyark’s soul for Terrorblade.
The Dark Moon Order has lost all of its power thanks to the fall of Selemene, and they’ve never been more vulnerable. Mirana must lead the people of Luna, who has been injured.
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