The finale of Edens Zero has arrived and with the demise of their director, Yūshi Suzuki, just a few days before the airing of their last episode, the future of the show still holds promise as it has a chance of getting another run. While there is no official word yet, speculations swirling around are brewing for a second season. For now, this is the ending explained of Episode 25, Someone to Love.
Warning! This portion may contain spoilers for Edens Zero. Read at your own risk!
Edens Zero Ending Explained
In Edens ZeroEpisode 25, Someone to Love, Shiki surprises Kurenai by combining his powers with her Dragoon's missiles and he destroys the mech which eventually led to the capture of Kurenai. When Nino deactivated the robot army, Shiki and Paul left Homura the decision on how Kurenai would be punished. While she tried to win Homura to her side, she failed when she did not recognize a doll she gifted to Homura.
Homura realized how fake Kurenai was, how disinterested she was in taking care of her. Homura acknowledges that her mother is Valkyrie and not Kurenai, leading to her exile and assault from a previous victim of her, one she used to disfigure.
Shiki and the rest of the team left Valkyrie enshrined on Sun Jewel. Witch and Sister were on the ship and they were arguing whether they could recreate Valkyrie but the group has already accepted her demise. With that, Homura stood up and offered to fill in the shoes Valkyrie left with the Four Shining Stars and the android welcomed her to the group.
With the episode ending after the events of Sun Jewel, the anime series still has more to look forward to if and when there would be a second season. They are far from discovering where Mother, the cosmic goddess, is, and with that goal from the beginning, it is something that could not just be taken off of the show.
Also, there is enough material should they continue to pursue the anime show given that the manga series of Hiro Mashima is still ongoing and is far from ending as well. Would there be another run for Edens Zero?
Edens Zero Episode 25 is now streaming on Netflix and Hulu.
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