We see Arawnâ€™s past with Mryddin.
Disclaimer: I donâ€™t feel like pretending I donâ€™t know what is going to happen, and writing a section without spoilers and then one with them, as Iâ€™ve played the game. This post will contain massive spoilers to the whole plot. If you donâ€™t want to be spoiled, then donâ€™t read on. I wonâ€™t spoil anything simply for the sake of spoiling it, no needless spoilers, but they will be there. Final warning.
Finally! This was the episode I had been waiting for a while now. Although of course the game did a far better job at it, I thought this episode did alright. I have to say that after seeing this event, in the game, I was just shocked beyond belief at how interesting I found it. It just put this extremely interesting spin on thing, turning effectively the christen belief system upside down, calling Lucifer the good guy, while at the same time not being evil or satanic in beliefs. I just found it interesting how they put this spin of things. It was interesting how Arawn was effectively â€œevilâ€ because he went against the â€œgoodâ€ angels (THEY ARE FUCKIGN ANGELS YOU DUMBASS SUBBERS, NOT SPIRITS) even though the angles were doing these horrible things.
Of course, Iâ€™m getting ahead of myself a bit. So far they have only shown Mryydin going against the rules and wishes of the other angels, but still, Arawn obviously does as well. Iâ€™m curious though when they are going to sow that, as in the game this whole back-story was given out at once, but it seems like they are breaking it up now. I would think they need to show the results of the â€œSong of Originâ€ Myrrdin sung before the event that happens in the next episode.