See Season 3 Episode 8 Evaluation: I See You

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This was one, if there ever was, a befitting, emotional, and poetic collection finale. See Season 3 Episode 8 concludes one of the crucial well-thought out and ingenious premises to ever grace tv.

We’ve loved, cried, angered, and laughed whereas watching this saga that has unfolded on our screens for 3 years. This collection finale was one for the books. Many selections had been made, some we would disagree with, however it’s what it’s. Strap in as we discover all this.

Most of us needed to see an excellent battle and weren’t upset. Anders Engstrom directed all of the episodes on this season, and it’s evident within the ultimate product that he did an impressive job. From well-choreographed motion scenes to emotional ones, hats off to him.

After consummating their union, Tomarda and Sibeth are nearer than ever. This raises her confidence a notch if she may very well be extra assured.

Confidence is Sibeth’s best shortcoming. Or, as an instance, overconfidence. She is overconfident in herself, her gods, and her troopers. Regardless of Tormada attempting to be the voice of cause and present her the various methods issues might go mistaken, she unceremoniously dismisses his considerations.

The conclusion that the Payans usually are not above floor rattles her. Up to now, she had satisfied herself that this warfare had already been gained. In that second of panic, she decides to degree Pennsa, not caring whether or not something is left standing or if there will likely be folks left for her to rule.

Tormada: My queen!
Sibeth: You referred to as for me.
Tormada: Inform her what you hear.
Soldier: Nothing.
Sibeth: Nothing?
Soldier: No voices. No instruments. No sizzle of pans or fires within the pits. No infants crying. Simply the muffled sounds of many toes.

Baba and Ranger’s missions had already revealed themselves as they infiltrated the camp.

For Baba, Sibeth is his prime precedence, and for Ranger, Tormada is his largest concern. This time it was all warfare out, so the one consequence they’d have been happy with was demise for these two.

A serious realization that Maghra involves is that: Sibeth won’t ever go away them alone even when they make it out of the tunnel alive — which was extremely unlikely.

Sibeth’s demise was probably the most unsatisfying factor in the entire episode. See, here’s what would have made me completely satisfied.

I might have beloved to see her crushed to the purpose of demise, and simply earlier than she dies, she will get tied to the again of a horse with a rope and dragged on naked floor.

This scene would have ended together with her being burned at stake — like she has carried out to so many individuals — and at last strapped on prime of her bombs. Every ought to go off one after the other, blowing every bit left till there isn’t a piece left.

Half of what I described is unimaginable, however creativeness is free.

On this battle, everybody introduced their a-game, even Kofun. His swordsmanship abilities are respectable. Haniwa did a spectacular job with the arrows, successfully shopping for Baba sufficient time and leeway to get to the bombs. Maghra and her big ass weapon had been additionally welcome addition. We can’t neglect Tamacti Jun.

Tormada’s demise was satisfying. Do not forget that saying: reside by the sword and die by the sword? Nicely, he was the personification of this. Being blown up by his grenade was poetic, if nothing else.

Ranger acquired his revenge. He was ready to go along with him. And if he did not die, Ranger made certain to carve his eye out.

Tormada had already ordered the bombs to maintain flying because the battle continued. Pennsa was taking an enormous hit. With Tormada and Sibeth killed, the one menace remaining was the bombs.

Baba targeted his consideration on them. When he tells Haniwa to observe his six, she will hear in his voice that he’s decided, and never even her considerations would deter him.

Like lots of you, I used to be not happy with Baba’s demise. Lots of whys ran by means of my thoughts. Why could not they use one thing else to detonate the bombs? Why not simply kill the troopers and go away the bombs for later?

Nonetheless, upon cautious consideration, issues could not have gone in a different way.

So long as these bombs had been on earth, Pennsa is not going to be protected. There have been no ensures that one other mad fool wouldn’t reverse engineer them. It was not assured that these identical bombs wouldn’t be used to assault Paya once more.

As Baba stood on the cart carrying the bombs, troopers closed in on him. Even when he had someway managed to get off it, they’d have overpowered him, killed him, and made away with the bombs.

Baba detonating the bombs and successfully killing himself was his ultimate sacrifice to guard Maghra, Haniwa, Kofun, and Wolffe.

So far as he’s involved, there isn’t a sacrifice he cannot make. As he promised a few years in the past, he would by no means let any hurt come to Sibeth and their kids. This was him protecting the promise.

His demise was a type of defining moments in folks’s lives the place every little thing is categorized as earlier than and after him. The happiest those that knew him have ever been was throughout his lifetime. They may discover happiness afterward, however one thing will at all times be lacking.

After Baba’s demise, life should go on.

I beloved this regarding this finale. It tied every little thing collectively. If some creators made this, they’d have left it at this level, leaving an enormous query that overshadows the present’s legacy. Many conflicts had been resolved.

Baba Voss was Maghra’s once-in-a-lifetime love. After he died, she certain should miss him. The youngsters, too, should miss him. Baba’s departure was completely different as a result of they did not have a physique to bury. There is no such thing as a grave to weep at, which is why Maghra visits his demise scene.

Your kids really feel your absence each bit as a lot as I do. However their futures, those you gave your life to make sure, stretch out earlier than them with infinite promise.


Haniwa and Wren marrying was probably the greatest moments. Even in all of the loss and uncertainty that clouds their future, they find time for love, because it is among the most lovely issues in life. As two sighted life companions, they may do nice issues for his or her sort.

The issue of sight was not simply resolved, if it ever was. I am inclined to aspect with Haniwa on this. One of the vital ineffective issues folks do is to struggle change. Change is the one certain factor in life.

The sighted are right here. It’s no use to genocide them as they are going to be extra naturally from unsighted folks. One can by no means get rid of them.

Additionally they have a substantial benefit as they will simply navigate the world. Demonizing them to the plenty will not work. Ultimately, folks will see that they’re identical to everybody else, and it is sport over.

The one manner is to just accept them and make an effort to combine them into the broader society.

Nevla: We have all simply borne witness to the damaging energy of imaginative and prescient. It’s the place of the Trivantian those who imaginative and prescient merely poses an excessive amount of of a threat to all of us.
Maghra: I perceive your place. But it surely was not imaginative and prescient that constructed Tormada’s bombs, however Tormada’s merciless exploitation of sighted kids that accessed the data of the ancients. And it’s that damaging data, not imaginative and prescient itself, that must be outlawed.

Kofun has the particular talent of uniting warring folks collectively. Even and not using a agency resolve on the sighted, he initiates the primary steps towards peace. As he would possibly discover out, will probably be an extended journey, however he’s prepared to take it.

There is no such thing as a doubt that he’ll make an excellent king after his mom is gone.

His ultimate sacrifice is to his folks and his son. If he actually is to know them and for them to just accept him, the sight will likely be an enormous barrier. His giving up his sight may appear silly and short-sighted, however it does make sense.

There is not a lot to see on this world. No matter little there’s to see, he has seen it. He’s not all in favour of studying in regards to the data of his ancestors. Sight would not serve him. It makes him completely different from his topics and his son. Eliminating that distinction is a sacrifice price making for him.

It’s a determination I would not make, however I perceive.

I can not absolutely serve the folks or my son if my sense of the world is completely different from theirs. I am saying, I believe I’ve seen sufficient. I need to reside in the identical world as my son. I need to hear, really feel, odor what he does.


Haniwa has at all times discovered it unfair how the sighted are handled. Charlotte’s go to with a map from her sister was the out she wanted. She has a stable ethical compass and will be trusted with the ancestors’ data.

She needs a world the place this data is used to assist humanity. Leaving her household behind within the pursuit of it is a sacrifice price making.

On this, I am on her aspect. Discovering different sighted folks is step one in rebuilding the world and hopefully avoiding among the ancestors’ errors.

This was probably the greatest collection finales that I’ve ever seen. It resolved all the prevailing conflicts however left the story a bit open for a possible film or spin-off.

See is among the earliest Apple TV+ originals, and its finish is important.

This was a present forward of its time. The premise was an excellent one, and it was effectively executed. It harm my head obsessing over why it has by no means been nominated for an award. The directing, writing, costumes, and music was stellar.

From the sweeping rating of the opening sequence to the immersive battle music, Bear McCreary did an excellent job with it, like many works of his.

This present is a present to those that noticed and can see it. I’ll miss these characters. They’ve taught us some precious classes.

Baba has taught us braveness and dedication; Kofun has taught us loyalty; Haniwa has taught us open-mindedness and fierceness. All of them have taught us about household and sacrifice.

Even Sibeth, I’ll miss. Her antics and fearlessness had been at all times entertaining to observe. If we have now discovered something from her, we have to be cautious of leaders who search to use our variations for his or her good points.

They might use faith to oppress and deny folks their pure rights. They maintain no allegiances however to themselves.

All good issues should come to an finish, and everybody should die.

For me, it has been a pleasure. What about you?

Chet! Chet!

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