The following excerpts are spoilers for Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2. Over the first six episodes, Bloom (Hannah van der Westhuysen), Terra (Eliot Salt), Musa (Elisha Applebaum), and newcomer Flora (Paulina Chavez) have all been kept on their toes, ready for the next attack.
Only two of the Winx girls are still inside the school when the blood witches invade Alfea: Musa, who has yet to have her magic, and Flora, who has been imprisoned for attempting to free Bloom from stasis. Sky begins to secretly defeat the enemy from the inside while learning more about whats going on inside the school. Silva (Robert James-Collier) is leading a retreat to rescue the school with the remaining specialists and Winx girls as their weapons after Sebastian capture
Sebastian invites Bloom to the school, promising that she might receive her dragon flame, as well as a crystal to channel her magic to save Alfea. Stella, Terra, and Aisha have made their way to the school, hoping that theyll be able to stop Sebastian in a few horrific ways.
Sebastian reveals that Bloom's birth parents were not included in the ancient war 1,000 years ago. She is distracted by Beatrix, who is ready to use his transformation powers for the first time. After being revived by Grey (Brandon Grace), the three girls try to defeat Sebastian in a bid to save him.
Musa is one of the few people who can't seem to deal with dozens of scrapers. Thankfully, Flora has been working on a strategy to kill them, which highlights the complexity of her magic. She endures the consequences of having dozens of scrapers consume her energy again, despite her previously being mind controlled.
Bloom must confront the fears she has been having when summoning his dragon flame of a tower, the shadow creature, and the entrance to Alfea's sanctum. She then abandons him, leaving her with a letter. However, the two share a final moment as she seeks the person she has been imagining. Could Beatrix return?
Season 2 of Netflix's Fate: The Winx Saga is now available.