This is the second season of the amazing story in which a man discovers how to heal himself to the point that he is able to experience the highest levels of self-awareness on the planet.
The first season of this series takes place in the same world as the first, but it’s a whole new world with new characters. Not that this one is bad, but it’s a little bit different.
The second season takes place in the same universe as the first, but it’s a whole new world with new characters. Not that this one is bad, but its a little bit different.
I don’t know what to say except that for anyone with eyes, this is the first series to introduce a time loop in which a person must choose between two paths. This may have been the first time a show introduced a time loop on TV, and its a good thing because it means that we won’t have to wait another year for season three.
In season two, we learn that the Visionaries are a group of time-looping party-lovers who have locked two islands into one repeating day. As a result, they must choose between one of two paths in order to have enough time to complete their mission. We meet Colt Vahn, who has spent the last few years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
The Visionaries have been a major part of the Fate franchise, so the fact that they are now back in our lives is significant. But since Colt and the Visionaries were a major part of Fate’s story in season one, they seem like an important part of the Fate universe now. Also, we’re now learning about how the Visionaries work, which is a rather big deal because the Fateverse has always been a bit of a mystery for us.
The Fate series is a lot like the Wild West with lots of guns, lots of bad guys, and lots of guns. It’s a world where the power of the gun is as vital as a good gun. There are lots of guns for all the people, especially the people who can use them.
This time around we’re introduced to the Fates, which are essentially the Visionaries. Like the Visionaries in the Fate universe, they can manipulate time with their minds and time-looping. They use a power that’s like the ability to control the past and future of a person. It’s basically the same as the “sneak-a-second-free” power in Doom.
Just like the Fates, the Fates here are also amnesiacs who live in a time loop. They are the ones who sent Colt to kill the Visionaries for their own reasons, but also sent him back to help them. They’re also the ones who send Colt into the Fates’ time loop and he ends up saving Colt’s life.
The fact that the Fates and the Fates’ time loop are both set in the same place (Blackreef) and are both being manipulated by the same people (Colt Vahn) makes it seem as if everything here is connected. However, the way that time-looping works is that it isn’t “inherent” in the Fates and they can manipulate time even if they aren’t aware of it.