Destiny: The Winx Saga tells the story of Bloom (Abigail Cowen), a California lady who finds her world turned the wrong way up when she discovers she is a fairy. Particularly, a hearth fairy. Why Bloom was raised as a human with no data of the magical “Otherworld” is likely one of the key mysteries propelling the primary season of Destiny: The Winx Saga. 

Because it seems, Bloom’s previous is even darker than she might have initially imagined and her personal destiny is inextricably linked to the nefarious Beatrix (Sadie Soverall) and her mentor, the mysterious Rosalind (Lesley Sharp).


Over the course of Destiny: The Winx Saga‘s six episodes, Bloom not solely has to reckon with the revelation that she is a changeling — that could be a fairy who was kidnapped and exchanged with an actual human child – however that Alfea School’s headmistress, Farah Dowling (Eve Greatest) appears to be mendacity to her about…every little thing. 

At one level, the sneaky Beatrix explains to Bloom that they're each orphans of a metropolis referred to as Aster Dale. 

Its harmless inhabitants have been evidently worn out in a blitz ordered by Rosalind and carried out by her then-lieutenants, Farah and Silva (Robert James-Collier). Bloom’s best-chance at revenge for the dying of her dad and mom? Releasing Rosalind, the girl who spirited her away from Aster Dale and left her with a pleasant California couple, from her jail in Farah’s workplace.

Nonetheless, not every little thing is because it seems, and the ending of Destiny: The Winx Saga comes with just a few terrible (and awfully complicated) twists.

So what occurs within the ending of Destiny: The Winx Saga? Who lives, who dies, and who actually comes again from the lifeless? Right here’s the Destiny: The Winx Saga ending defined…


(Takes a deep breath…exhales…and tries to put it out…)

Okay, so Rosalind was the headmistress at Alfea and the fairy strategist who led the earlier era — Farah, Silva, Sky’s dad, Terra’s dad — in fight in opposition to the Burned Ones. 

Nonetheless she crossed a line when she demanded her troopers destroy the city of Aster Dale. Farah and Silva have been disgusted by the thought that they murdered harmless villagers with a purpose to kill Burned Ones hiding within the city. 

Finally, they revolted in opposition to Rosalind, unaware that she had spirited two infants from Aster Dale earlier than the bombing. These infants have been Bloom and Beatrix.

Rosalind positioned Bloom within the care of a California couple about to lose their actual child, thus giving the highly effective hearth fairy a secret place to develop up in. Rosalind was relying on Bloom’s powers manifesting at Alfea and even deliberate for her cronies to unleash Burned Ones simply to check Bloom’s burgeoning powers. 

The Burned Ones are drawn to the traditional magic in Bloom — she has wings! — and Bloom is ready to undo the traditional curse that turned the Burned Ones into, uh, Burned Ones within the first place.

Nonetheless, right here’s the place issues get tremendous difficult. Rosalind desires to make use of Bloom as a weapon for a a lot darker evil on the horizon. One which not even Farah is aware of about. Not solely that, however the entire scenario in Aster Dale was much more difficult than anybody thought. 

Because it occurred, the individuals within the city weren’t innocents, however Blood Witches. People who wished to steal the magic of the fairies. That they had already kidnapped Bloom, figuring out she was particular.

Clearly this revelation rocks Farah and Silva, who thought that they had been requested to commit a struggle crime, and makes issues difficult for Silva, who was additionally tremendous duper tricked by Group Rosalind…


One of many darker tragedies affecting the newest era at Alfea School has to do with Specialist teacher Silva and the good-looking Sky (Danny Griffin). As a result of his personal father Andreas (Ken Duken) died in battle, Sky has grown up contemplating Silva to be the closest factor he has to a dad. 

Silva and Andreas have been finest associates. Nonetheless, we study that friendship took a darkish flip within the Destiny: The Winx Saga finale.

Because it occurs, Silva killed Andreas in a bitter combat over the destiny of Aster Dale. Silva was horrified by Rosalind’s name to destroy the entire metropolis and tried to cease it. Stopping him was Andreas, who would comply with Rosalind it doesn't matter what. The 2 associates tussled and Silva was pressured to kill Andreas in self-defense.

 A minimum of…that’s what Silva thought.

Within the Destiny: The Winx Saga finale, it's revealed that Andreas didn't die! He recovered from his accidents and lived in hiding, elevating Beatrix as his personal. Finally, he returns to Alfea and alleges that Silva tried to homicide him. Because of this the Solarian military locations Silva beneath arrest. 

However Andreas’s return to Alfea is even darker because it represents a coup!


Whereas Bloom and Winx Suite gals are vacationing in sunny California, some actually darkish stuff goes down at Alfea. Rosalind straight up murders Farah and hides her corpse amongst these of the Burned Ones Bloom defeated. 

With the help of the Solarian Queen, Luna (Kate Fleetwood), and the return of Andreas, Rosalind takes over the varsity. Bloom and her associates return to campus to find every little thing has modified.

 The implication is obvious: beneath Rosalind, Alfea will not be a protected house for fairies and specialists to study and grown. As a substitute, it is going to be a brutal army faculty.

It’s nonetheless unclear if Rosalind is straight up evil or doing a number of evil stuff for a higher good. Nonetheless, the truth that she murdered Farah type of places her within the dangerous man class. Right here’s hoping that if there's a Destiny: The Winx Saga Season 2 that Bloom and her besties handle to carry on to their souls.

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