The Seven Deadly Sins Ending: Everything you should know!
The Seven Deadly Sins (Japanese: , Hepburn: Nanatsu no Taizai) is a Japanese fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki.
It was serialized in Kodansha’s weekly Shnen magazine from October 2012 to March 2020, with the chapters collected into forty-one tankbon volumes. The manga has a setting similar to the European Middle Ages, with titular groups of knights representing the seven deadly sins.
The Seven Deadly Sins Ending Explained: What happens with the king of chaos?
The film begins with a montage of all seven powers, introducing the characters and a small insight into what happened before. Then we cut into the demon zone, where the creatures/demons are being slaughtered.
Giant Forge Master Dubs and Dahlia, the second king of the fairies, are claiming revenge in the war. Cut Meliodas and Elisabeth down to Earth, reminiscing about the good times and announcing that they want to get married and have a “fresh start”.
Now the war is over. The supreme god reveals himself to sin and the holy knights return to the Lions, where they claim that they must be destroyed in order to end the holy war.
The war, which was a never-ending power struggle between him and the Demon King, claimed eternal life until the Seven Deadly Sins put an end to it. As he explained, the only way to harmony was through eternal struggle. However, all the clans were tired of the bloodshed.
After rescuing the demon realm, Sin tries to fight him, but it seems that it is not until Meliodas and Zeldris join them. Much later, in episode 10, the Commandments enter the cocoon in which Meliodas’ earthly body is contained,
Creating an almost impenetrable realm of darkness that can only be overcome by the original demon. Merlin throws the forbidden Chrono coffin while asking the king and Escanor to protect him – so begins the fight to prevent Meliodas from becoming the Demon King.
While Sin fights bravely and the heroes believe they are able to save Meliodas in time, the latter emerges as the new Demon King, possessing extraordinary abilities that surpass those of his father.
However, it is soon revealed that Meliodas’ body is only with the Demon King, while the real Meliodas finds himself battling his father’s stronghold. Shortly after the defeat of the Demon King, Merlin stitches together the remaining seven deadly sins.
He told them of his secret agenda, which was to break the seal on chaos. Chaos was an ancient and extremely powerful entity that existed within the deceased Arthur. It can revive King Arthur.
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However, Cath unexpectedly reveals himself as a demonic creature who craves the power of Chaos for himself. He also tries to devour Arthur to gain that power. So, the Seven Deadly Sins come together to help Merlin and Arthur save the recently established peace in Britannia.
Arthur and Meliodas join hands to defeat Cath Palug, but the monster ridicules that he cannot be killed. He announces that in order to gain the power of Chaos, he will eat Arthur. When Cath attacks Arthur, the latter learns that he has finally found a way to defeat the monster.
Ban goes to Purgatory to retrieve Meliodas’s feelings and soul, while everyone else goes to Camelot to find Meliodas’ body. Once they reach there, they find the Demon King.
Initially, they believe that Meliodas has succumbed to darkness, but instead, the father of the real Demon King, Meliodas, has taken over his son’s body. With immense power and power, the Demon King is an almost unbeatable opponent.
Meanwhile, Ban finds Meliodas in Purgatory, but must leave him behind to fight another version of the Demon King in the spirit world. Finally back with the group, Ban restrains the Demon King long enough for Elizabeth and the others to join Meliodas in Purgatory,
Giving him the strength to defeat the Demon King and retrieve his body. Although it is an uphill battle, Meliodas overcomes his father and returns to himself.