When Agni realizes that Gandharva is crying, he tries to talk with him, asking Gandharva to stop harming humans, then reminding him about his clan and daughter. Gandharva simply responds with one attack after another. A frustrated Agni then summons a flaming sword wrapped in a chain and changes their surroundings. He reveals that he has known a way to kill Gandharva for a long time now, but hasn't killed him because of Menaka's pacifistic influence on him. He even hoped that the could become allies one day, though that idea is turning out to be a delusion. Gandharva looks surprised at this last comment, since he himself had a similar wish, but then a great swirling column of brown smoke surrounds them.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- The fact that Gandharva can now use a transcendental previously sealed by Taraka, is actually a clue to what happened to Kasak within the Crescent Gate. See the spoilers section for chapter 2-82.
- Agni summoned his weapon again, like he did back in Season 1 when Brilith summoned him back. This weapon allows him to copy and use the unique fire-based transcendentals of other beings. Here, he used 2 transcendentals:
- Extermination, Taksaka's unique transcendental. Since the skill normally needs to be used in sura form, Agni can only access the side-effects of the ability, but it allows him to use Fathomless Fire.
- Fathomless Fire, Vritra's unique transcendental. Though Agni learned this skill long ago, it can normally only be used in sura form, so Agni could only use it after learning Extermination.
- Agni can only copy an ability once he's been killed by it, so it implies that he was killed by both Taksaka and Vritra. lol.
- In Season 1, Agni told Gandharva that if he wanted so, he'd have killed him long ago. It seems here that he had really found a method.
- The scene that Agni thinks of, where he and Gandharva are allies, is the same scene that Gandharva imagined in Chapter 18.