The Arcane Order (Kay Bess, Piotr Michael) plots to rid the Earth of human life in preparation for a new world order. The Order seeks to snatch earth-spirit Nari (Angel Lin) from the wizard Douxie’s (Colin O’Donoghue) protection in order to open a magical seal that would awaken the titans, beginning with a thrilling subway skirmish of magic and portal summoning. Things start to go wrong. The Arcane Order, like mecha pilots, controls elemental titan bodies of earth, ice, and volcanic fire in order to reach the Earth’s core, which is – you got it – Arcadia. (Nari, poor lovely Nari, was more of a MacGuffin than a character, with no growth other from a conscientious will from her introduction. IMDB
The film provides a solution to the burning topic of how Jim copes with the loss of his distinctive amulet. His response is a sincere mix of magic and technology (thank you, del Toro) as well as friendship’s support. No one else receives a concluding development, though a few alumni demonstrate the maturation they gained over the course of three shows. 3 Below star Aja (tough-as-nails Tatiana Maslany) emerges as the MVP and returns from her home planet. Aja’s time as queen has shaped her tough-as-nails dedication to leadership, and she’s not hesitant to disagree with her allies around the council table.