Warrior Nun: Ending explained
Warrior Nun is an American drama series which has just hit the streaming giant Netflix. The new thrilling series is based on the manga of the same name which follows young Ava as she rises from the dead only to discover that she is been gifted the magical powers of the Warrior Nun.
The first season of the series follows Ava as she grapples with these superpowers, and more importantly her newfound responsibilities.
The series is a rip-roaring adventure in which the nuns fight against the demons in the name of the Catholic Church. However, it is a lot more than that. As I have mentioned earlier about Ava having powers because she is back from dead and the powers have been a gift to her. At first, exhilarated to have a second chance at life, she quickly realises that her powers come with a price. The girl is not only hunted by the demons but shadowed by the Order of the Crucifix Sword (OCS), the secret sect of warriors devoted to the Warrior Nun herself.
Soon after that, Ava decides to join the forces with the kindly Father Vincent and the loyal sisters of OCS. The group then converges on the Vatican just as their rivals are poised to take the control of the church. Their mission? To use Ava’s powers to phase into the secret tomb of Adriel, the angel who willingly have up his halo to create the first Warrior Nun, Areala.
The last moments of the epic battle. We see Adriel, Father Vincent, a host of demonically possessed people against just five of the OCS’s bravest warriors. The girls vow to fight beside each other, Shotgun Mary resists this defeatism and says that it is going to be in this life.
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