How are you all my TOTTers? Welcome back to TOTT, I hope you are all doing amazing. Today I am back with Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3’s short and quick review.
So, Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3 is just a recent launch on Netflix, which has structured the narrative with many interesting twists, plot points, new characters, and an intense intricate storyline. So have you watched the third installment of this show yet? What’s your call on the program? Make sure to tell me everything in the comment section below.
But for now, find out do we align or not-
Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3- The Cast
- Yuri Lowenthal playing Davion, a Dragon Knight
- Lara Pulver playing Princess Mirana, the exiled princess of the Nightsilver Woods
- Tony Todd playing Slyrak, one of the Eight Great Dragons
- Troy Baker playing the Invoker
- Troy also voices Nico Hieronimo
- Freya Tingley playing Fymryn
- Josh Keaton playing Bram, Davion’s squire
- Kari Wahlgren playing Luna
- Alix Wilton Regan playing Selemene
- Stephanie Jacobsen playing Drysi
- Anson Mount playing Kaden
- JB Blanc playing Terrorblade
- Doug Bradley playing Viceroy Kashurra
- Julie Nathanson playing Rylai
- Victoria Atkin playing Lina
Things You Might Have Liked Or Disliked From Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3
Book 3 is a continuation of the first two installments and begins with a quest against Terroblade. But Invoker had something else planned for the team and of course himself. His intense love for his daughter was something so pure that might put him both in a good and bad light. His selfish way of handling his life charged a lot to the others.
He knew from the beginning what would be the endgame but still tried to capture some bits of time to spend with his daughter. However, we watch him busy tackling the moon situation. It was Filomena who genuinely tried to save everyone along with Mirana and to some extent Fymryn too.
Now, the story which we watched in Book 3 was undoubtedly a critical narrative that requires an extreme level of patience, concentration, and a good memory to remember everything from Book 1 and Book 2. But honestly, now one can totally understand that Book 1 was just a plot development paved for Book 2 and Book 3.
The story was very absorbing, it was full of captivating turns which I enjoyed a lot. Yes, at some angles the narrative came out extremely perplexing which is, however, it is subjective; I felt confused but you might not feel the same though. Anyway, it was a very deep, engaging, of course, a spell-binding storyline which you must definitely give a try.
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This season, Mirana, took the mantle in her hand and was responsible to manage the angles all by herself. She was the brain of the narrative who with the help of Filomena and Fymryn helped in the advancement of the plot. Sure Davion is the Dragon Knight, however, Book 3 was written for the ladies, especially Mirana. She might actually motivate and inspire a lot in this process.
We watched a grown-up Filomena who was an epitome of wisdom and elegance just like her father. She is a scholar who loved experimenting, studying, and solving the mysteries of her world and existence. Again a strong young woman who stole the limelight and gained favor with her extreme jovial presence on the screen.
Now, Book 3 showed Fymryn as a Goddess who is poles apart from Selemene. She listens to her devotees and spreads her positive spiritual aura through her devotees. She genuinely portrayed the true image of a divine being which felt nice actually.
Davion like always was a strong, brave, and understanding soldier who did not think about himself, but about the others. His self-sacrifice, and leaving Mirana all alone were sentimental.
The others on the team, such as Luna, and Kaden, were nice and were significant comrades for the whole venture Invoker secretly planned.
Also, the ending of Book 3 was satisfying. Sure there are still some loose ends hanging, it was wittily placed just at the ending for the audience to wonder and ponder. But let us see if there will be any Book 4 in the making or not.
If I missed out any point, make sure to point that out in the comment section below.
The clear visualization was just spellbinding this time. It was so beautiful that I felt captivated by the picturization several times in Book 3. What about you?
Now talking about the music compositions by Dino Meneghin, it was quite appropriate just styling the mood with the perfect blends. It was nice.
Now the directors, Park So Young, Kim Eui Jeong, and Han Seung Woo, were just precise. Their direction was very exact and certainly to the point. Also, Kim Il Kwang, the Art Director of Book 3 deserves a lot of praise. This human was great on his part in the production.
Nothing to say more of Ashley Edward Miller, both as a screenplay writer and a developer. The narrative had already spoken for her. Now Steven Melching, Ashley Halloran, Mitch Iverson along with Amy Chu deserves credit as well, for being the co-screen player of the production. Another significant part of the production team is Bryan Konietzko who co-wrote Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3 and you did great.
Seriously speaking, Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3 was amazing, much more intense, action-packed, twisty, interesting, pretty engrossing, and certainly jaw-dropping this time. I found nothing negative to talk about or nitpick. But the perplexing narrative has confused me several times which is justifiably ignorable.
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TOTT’s Take On Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3
You should definitely watch the show, for it is just amazing. TOTT gives the program 4.5/5 Stars.
Now tell me, have you watched Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3? What’s your take on the narrative? What did you like or disliked about the storyline? Make sure to tell me everything in the comment section below.
But this is all for today. Hope to meet you all very soon in our next publication. Bye-Bye…