DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Season 2 cast, release date, and plot details have been revealed in a series of interviews with the creators. If you are a fan of DOTA-dragon blood then this is something you do not want to miss out on!
The release date of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Season 2:
A good assumption, but since audiences had to wait one month after the first DOTA: Dragon’s Blood trailer for the show to actually premiere, odds are the same will also apply to Season 2. Fingers crossed for a September release.
The cast of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Season 2:
- Yuri Lowenthal as Davion
- Josh Keaton as Bram
- Lara Pulver as Princess Mirana
- Tony Todd as Slyrak the Ember Eldwurm
- Troy Baker as Invoker
- Kari Wahlgren as Luna
- Alix Wilton Regan as Selemene
- Freya Tingley as Fymryn
Trailer of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2
There is no trailer for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 2, but as soon as Netflix drops a preview, we will be sure to share it with everyone.
The plot of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Season 2:
The story focused on the two points. Firstly, the Dragon Knight’s struggle with the dragons, and Secondly Princess Mirana’s quest to retrieve the theft Lotuses of Selene.
The Moon Goddess also features prominently in the trailer and it will reveal many mythological stories regarding her presence. Kaden, another mythological character explored in this series.
Heroes like Invoker also play an integral part in the play. We can also Luna rallying the troops of Selemene’s temple and encouraging them for war. With Selemene left in a helpless state, Invoker could kill her, but he could just as easily seize her power for himself.
As for Terrorblade and Davion, they will eventually come into conflict since Terrorblade wants all the Eldwurm souls for himself, and one currently resides within Davion.
Was DOTA Dragon’s Blood successful?
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood successfully fuses plenty of existing Dota lore with an original story for eight episodes of humor and action in a fantasy universe. It treats Dota 2 fans with fun nods to items, places, and things, without alienating viewers just looking for a cool new fantasy show.