Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 was aired on 18th January’22 that has only 8 episodes and run for 23-24 mins similar to the previous season. The audience will proceed with what happens from where the last season ended. With the same team producing and developing this Netflix Original Series we have a great season 2 much better than the debut season in regard to the plot.
Dota: Dragon’s Blood tv show is developed by Studio Mir in collaboration with Ashley Edward Miller under the banner of Kaiju Boulevard. As the name suggests Dota: Dragon’s Blood is deeply inspired by the game Dota 2 by Valve that is notable for gifting the gamers games such as Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Portal, Day of Defeat, Team Fortress, and Left 4 Dead.
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But for now let us get straight to the Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 in brief.
Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2: The Brief
The story takes its charge from where book 1 ends, i.e Davion being taken into the custody of the Knights from Dragon Hold and Mirana and her journey along with her comrades. On the other hand, we find the never-ending conflict between Selemene and Invoker still continuing on a serious and aggressive note.
The goal still remains the same, the fight against the demon Terroblade is the central theme of the plot. However, we are introduced to some new turn of engaging and interesting events.
Some new characters are also introduced such as Shabarra, Kashurra, Luna, and Auroth. Bram who was a significant character plays a prominent role in this season.
If you want to embark on a journey in the fantasy world, make sure that you catch Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 1 and 2. You might not feel the Book 1 to be engaging, but staying with the anime till the end will definitely be something. And ovbiously, the Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 is YES from TOTT.
Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2: The Good & The Bad
The engaging plot point reveals a lot that the creator planted in the last season.
You will be thoroughly entertained by each knot being detangled.
The leads grow stronger in this second installment of Dota: Dragon’s Blood.
Characters that you despised in the last season would win your appreciation to some extent in this season.
You won’t be distracted.
The animation of the series is nice along with the background scores perfectly matching with the sequences presented.
The direction might seem a bit quick, that fails to thicken the plotline again.
The characters in the show don’t give you the connectivity that you choose to root for.
TOTT’s Take On Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2
Well, you should definitely try giving this entire franchise a shot since it is worth your time. The story is interesting, but due to lack of direction, you might not find the bridge that the anime watchers normally develop as one proceeds with the show along with the characters; which you can totally ignore since the story needs acknowledgment and appreciation.
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