Britannia Season 2 Episode 5 Review: As the show progresses with Season 2, it’s turning out to be more and more apparent that the destiny of Britannia depends fully in the hands of Harka and Veran.

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Many years ago, there were two brothers who adored one another deeply. However, at one point an act of double-crossing separated them, throwing one into the pits of death.

Currently, The Dead Man is back and working with the world devil Lokka himself to destroy Britannia.

Britannia Season 2 Episode 5 Review

In the last season of ‘Britannia’, we do not see the Romans. But instead, Episode 5 returns the focus on the inner turmoil amongst the groups, the Druids, and above all, the prophecy. In a significant leap since the season began, the show is gaining ground on this front.

Cait (Eleanor Worthington Cox) must now introduce herself to the goddess of water to pass another obstacle, which will bring her closer to the fulfillment of the prophecy. Together, she and Divis (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) set themselves up for the next day as they’re in the cave protecting themselves from the rain.

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As the show progresses through its Second Season, it’s becoming more and more clear that the destiny of Britannia lies in the hands of Harka and Veran.

The Romans may be the external enemy, however, more enemies may be closer than anyone is looking. The Romans can definitely put clans in opposition to one another, but now it’s Veran and Harka who have the force – directly or indirectly – to choose the way the prophecy goes.

So now Harka’s plan is a little more apparent – he has in a real sense sent “love” – ​​Mallin (Tom Rhys Harries) – to influence the woman to make the prophecy come true. Regardless of whether Cait will give in to this plan or not, only time will tell.

Elsewhere, Queen Amena (Annabel Scholey) is working on Aulus’ (David Morrissey) homework from past episodes. She thinks she can see how to sway him into her support. But the Devni clan and her sister Queen Andra (Samantha Colley) reject all her advances.

Where do you watch?

‘Britannia’ is broadcast Epix on Sundays at 9/8c.

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