If you are a fan of “The Magicians,” then you will recall that Quentin passed on when he relinquished himself to save the universe in the Season 4 finale. Many individuals were exceptionally furious about this, including yours genuinely. At that point, the Season 5 debut finished on a cliffhanger that vigorously suggested Alice (Olivia Dudley) was going to utilize dark magic to bring back a golem rendition of Q.
How The Cast Uses His Magic In The Series
Which she does. However, she fails. It’s not grown-up Q that Alice brings back, it’s a 12-year-old Q. Julia (Stella Maeve), who was Q’s youth closest companion, remembers him in a flash. This youngster isn’t the genuine youthful Q, yet he has the entirety of Q’s recollections and memories. Alice was trusting that golem!Q could interpret a secretive archive Alice found in Q’s stuff. Shockingly, 12-year-old Q can’t peruse the archive, and because the spell keeps the golem alive until he finishes his motivation, that implies they’re stuck on sitter obligation inconclusively. Try not to stress, child Q grants some intelligence, and everything gets fixed.
Talking about timey-wimey magic fixing things, including Quentin: This scene of The Magicians implied there might be another way to bring him back. Eliot (Hale Appleman) goes to visit Jane Chatwin and discovers that Quentin thought about him his closest companion (cry). Eliot, at long last, poses the inquiry we’ve all been biting the dust to ask: Why, precisely, can we not only return to some time in the past and save Q? Especially if we’re going to travel back in time to spare Josh and Fen?
The Season 5 Includes Eliot’s life Experiences
All things considered, as indicated by Jane, this is in such a case that we removed Quentin’s penance; everything that was picked up from that penance would be lost. That rundown incorporates Eliot’s life, every other person’s experiences, magic, and so on. Eliot, thank god, doesn’t tune in. He takes the time machine contraptions and runs off.
One of those contraptions is a fragrance that “shields from timey-wimey whatever,” which means they can change the past and not delete themselves later on. That seems like an extraordinary method to take Q back to me! They start with Josh. To begin with, they attempt to carry him back with time bees. Be that as it may, Josh is susceptible to bees, so they wind up slaughtering him once more. Eliot proposes surrendering and letting Josh remain dead. Margo (Summer Bishil), legitimately, guides him to annoy. For the next endeavor, Margo utilizes magic stamps to send a mysterious letter to Josh 300 years in the past that reveals to him all that he has to know to endure.
Nobody brings this up, for reasons unknown, yet the last shot of the scene is Eliot leaving a letter routed to “Quentin Coldwater Before He Proceeded To the Seam.” Once again, The Magicians ends on a cliffhanger that suggests Quentin may be coming back to the show.