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Madmartigan In Willow Episode 6 Ending Explained: Keeping Air In Immemorial City!

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The fantasy adventure film, directed by Ron Howard and executive produced by Star Wars’ George Lucas, came out in 1988 and has remained a cult favorite ever since. Warwick Davis is cherished for playing the film’s title character.

The number of people passionate about the film has increased over time, with many of them expressing a desire for some sort of sequel. We may not have gotten another movie, but we did get something better: a TV show.

The sequel to the original, created by Jonathan Kasdan, aired on Disney+ in November 2022 and welcomes a number of familiar characters and introduces a new ensemble for a new generation of Willow fans.

Fans of the first movie will probably be interested to see if Val Kilmer returns to play famed swordsman Madmartigan. With Willow welcoming Episode 6 Madmartigan, we finally know. who plays Madmartigan in the Willow series though?

Madmartigan in Willow Episode 6 Recap

Notably, Kit and Willow were held hostage in episode 5 by trolls from the Bone Reaver camp. They were then kept separate from the rest of the gang and locked in a spiky iron cell suspended high above what might be a bottomless hole. While I like the idiosyncratically chic voices of the trolls, their costumes and makeup could use some work.

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Their lair, which I’m sure was brought to life by a computer, is exactly how you’d imagine trolls, complete with rickety wooden bridges, buckets on chains, magma fissures, and cries of agony. A talkative man with an eye patch who initially claimed to be Madmartigan, but actually is Christian Slater gets locked up next to Kit and Willow.

His real name, as we soon find out, is Allagash, and he was a member of the hunting team that took Madmartigan when Queen Sorsha ordered him to locate the Kymerian Cuirass. Since he imitates Val Kilmer for so long it’s been clear from his duplicity that Madmartigan will have some sort of role in this episode, if not quite so.

Madmartigan in Willow Episode 6 Ending Explained
Madmartigan in Willow Episode 6 Ending Explained

He does, in a sense, at the end, but we’ll get to that in a minute. Boorman’s account of Madmartigan’s betrayal was technically correct, according to Allagash, but Boorman was the one who did it. Kit and Willow are forced to team up with him to organize an escape, while Boorman, Graydon, Elora, Jade and Scorpia try to organize a rescue.

Admittedly, a man pretending to be someone else while languishing in troll prison is not the most trustworthy. Boorman makes a comically untrustworthy leader as he tries to guide the group through passages he can’t remember, while dodging trolls he didn’t actually kill. Keep in mind he originally claimed to have “sex” all the trolls during his escape from Skellig, the flashbacks of which at the time proved him to be lying.

Due to her fear of heights and the fact that she and Cherlindrea’s Wand react negatively to the boiling pools of the amber elixir that the Withered Crone has taught the crones to create in exchange for their services, Elora likewise struggles greatly with the environment.

The fluid appears to be the same chemical that leaked from Ballantine and Gradyon when they were under her control, and she essentially keeps them all high on the substance so that they comply with her orders. In other words, the items are essential to how the Crone conducts business.

Madmartigan in Willow Episode 6 Ending Explained

Willow, Kit, Jade, Boorman, Graydon and Elora travel to a frozen lake in the final minutes of the journey “Willow,” Episode 6. The mines collapse again due to Elora’s disorganized thoughts, and fragments of stalactites fall to the surface of the lake. But now the problem. The surface of the lake cracks and regenerates, enveloping everything that falls below. And it will all pass.

Elora and Kit verbally argue when Kit stumbles into the water and becomes stranded. Everyone tries to break the surface, but it doesn’t work. When Elora discovers the wand, she reportedly saves Kit from drowning by using her magical abilities for good.

When Airk returns to Immemorial City, he realizes there is no way out, because no matter which way he goes, he always ends up where he started. Despite this, he commits a serious mistake. He sips from a well that contains orange liquid to quench his thirst (because he’s been traveling in circles for so long).

Yes, the orange liquid resembles the substances the trolls make, suggesting that Airk will eventually become damaged and be used as the pawn of the Gales or the Crone. A little later, Lili, a girl, asks Airk to release her.

The favorite topic raised in front of Scorpia, Jade, Kit and Elora, in my opinion, is, conceptually the most intriguing part of the episode. Jade ultimately had to choose between the Bone Reavers and Kit in the case of Scorpia and Jade. Jade’s biological family is the Bone Reavers, but she adores Kit and was raised to be devoted to Queen Sorsha and Tir Asleen.

Jade can’t remember Kael or Scorpia, and anything related to Tir Asleen created her being. So making a decision is difficult. But as Scorpia pointed out, the Bone Reavers and Tir Asleen can’t coexist, so Jade will eventually have to make a decision. Maybe they can too. The future? It’s a bit complicated in Kit and Elora’s situation.

Kit believes Madmartigan has devoted a significant portion of his life to making sure Elora is safe. She also believes that her father is trying to find a long-term solution for Elora’s protection while he is trapped in a hellish dimension. Kit believes that Madmartigan has consistently placed Elora over Kit, and she despises her for it.

It is clear that Elora cannot help it, since she did not choose this life. But perhaps by rescuing Kit from the lake, she will also prevent her doubts about Elora and herself from drowning.

Madmartigan in Willow Episode 6 Trailer

You can see the trailer below:

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Released in 1988, this fantasy adventure film has been a cult classic since its release thanks to the efforts of George Lucas of Star Wars fame, who served as an executive producer with director Ron Howard. Warwick Davis’s iconic performance as the film’s namesake has earned him much acclaim.

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