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Pure Fandom Exclusive: Spoiler free review of ‘The Shannara Chronicles’ Season 2 Premiere

The Shannara Chronicles Season 2 Review, Episode 1, “Druid” airs October 11, 2017.

It’s been a long wait but The Shannara Chronicles Season 2 is ready to kick off it’s new season and we’ve got the scoop! The premiere was so good that I don’t want to ruin it for you even a little bit. This episode is just something that you do not want to miss. So with that in mind here’s what we can say about the show when it returns.

Overview

After watching the trailer and seeing all the new characters I was initially worried that Wil and Eretria (and Amberle because you know…tree) may no longer be the driving forces of the story, but I can assure you that is not the case. The episode manages to add some awesome new additions but still makes it obvious that both Wil and Eretria are the heart of the show.

The premiere was a great set up for the rest of the season and left off on more than one cliff hanger. Despite last season ending with Amberle’s sacrifice to save the world…the world is nowhere near safe.

Scene Stealer

Eretria will probably always be the scene stealer for me so let me just admit to being biased. But in all honesty, she really stole the show this episode. She’s still her amazing, badass self, and I can’t wait for you guys to see what she’s been up to.

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Relationships

I’ll start off by saying there’s definitely a little surprise or two for certain shippers.

As far as Lyretria goes, while my heart will always belong to Princess Rover, Eretria and Lyria are super adorable and it’s impossible not to hop on board. Lyria is incredibly loyal, and it seems like she always has Eretria’s best interest at heart.

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Don’t forget to catch The Shannara Chronicles Season 2 premiere October 11th at 10pm on Spike!

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Rachel Foertsch

Rachel is an aspiring actress, fantasy lover, and dedicated blogger. She spends too much time photoshopping and writing about tv shows. Crying about fictional characters has become a daily part of her routine.

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