In the previous episode, we saw Ymaoto and his group, when called upon by Adonis, brutally exterminate the witches who had escaped the Great Witch Hunt and fled to the moon— None of them The witches are freed except Doroka. Adonis tricked everyone on Earth by disguising himself as Yamato, but Theta recognized him immediately. So they prepared for his return to Earth, which certainly wasn’t very welcome. They planned to shoot him on sight.
The Kingdoms of Ruin Season 1 Episode 7 Summary: Why does Adonis seek revenge on humanity?
The latest episode begins with everyone on Earth awaiting the return of the witch’s disciple, Adonis, as they have planned to shoot him as soon as Theta promises to avenge Yamato.
When the countdown ended, they immediately started shooting, but the key point was that there was no one there. Adonis did not land there. He changed the teleportation coordinates using Yamato’s voice. They were back on earth but not where they were supposed to be. The sudden change in plans was because Adonis did not want to take back the Rеdia Empire without a strategy. He needs a plan.
The original plan was to attack the villages and cities on the way to Rеdia and gather information and plunder resources while they regrouped. They will collect everything else needed from there.
Doroko wants to return to the moon and be with the witches. She doesn’t want to believe that all the witches have been wiped out. She criticized Adonis for always talking bad about revenge.
Adonis uses his magic—Memory Summoning—and Doroko relives those horrifying and traumatic moments on the Moon when the witches were killed one by one.
Adonis called her a strange witch because she wanted to call it a truce between witches and humans after everything.
She told Adonis that before that, she had been anxiously looking forward to meeting him, meeting the Ice Witch’s disciple, Chloe, and what kind of person, despite being human, he might become. was taught by a witch to become her disciple.
She had thought like that since she was her student. a witch even though he is human but he can bridge the gap between humans and witches. They saw him as their last hope—a silver lining in the cloud.
But she was wrong. But she got it all wrong. Adonis never intended to sign a peace treaty between humans and witches. All he wants is revenge on the humans for killing Chloe. No matter what happens, no matter how cruel and inhumane, nothing and no one can change Adonis’s intention to seek revenge.
The Kingdoms of Ruin Season 1 Episode 7 Summary and Ending Explained: Why did Adonis seek revenge on Mankind?
He could force the entire human race to face extinction to avenge her death. The world that took her away must end, and anyone caught in the middle doesn’t matter to him.
Soon, Adonis and Doroko get into a heated argument about how inhumane Adonis can be and the extremes he is willing to go to achieve his goals. He criticizes Doroka for being the one who defiled the lost lives of witches.
Since Adonis had nothing to lose in the first place, he didn’t care much about what happened after he took his revenge on humanity. And he left.
Doroko, with determination in her eyes, jumped on top of Adonis. They fell to the ground. She tries to get Adonis back on track and says he should respect the fact that Chloе sacrificed her life to save him.
No matter how cruel the world is, Chloе will never want Adonis to turn into a heartless killer. She asks him not to fall into the abyss. If he continues like this, he will soon be like the people who killed Chloе.
For Adonis, revenge is like a heartbeat that keeps him going. It was irrefutable proof that he shared a meaningful part of his life with Chloe, something he cherished deeply. If he doesn’t get compensation for her death, he feels like it will erase all evidence that she was ever a part of his world. And that terrified him more than anything. He’s desperate not to lose his last connection to Chloе, like a fragile thread holding together their shared memories.
Doroko noticed that Adonis was losing too much blood. They were then interrupted by the Stateless Dwellers of the Scrap Plains along with their leader, Punch. The Scrap Plain is the other side of the Gеar Expanison Revolution.
The Scrap Plains are a place of escape for those who have fled Rеdia and those abandoned by science are brought here.
Doroko begged those people to help them because they were lost. Meanwhile, Adonis lost consciousness.
The Kingdoms of Ruin Season 1 Episode 7 Epilogue Explained: What is the Scrap Plains? Will Doroka give up on Adonis?
Adonis wakes up in the Scrap Plains the next morning and complains about waking up in unknown places and has had enough of that.
Punch appears and suggests he drink alcohol to recover faster. Wasting more time, Adonis asked about Doroko and where she was now. Punch takes him outside, he sees a group of men gathered and hears a woman screaming.
After hearing what Punch said, thinking that there must be something inappropriate going on down there, Adonis jumped in to save her. He was ready to kill those bastards, but what he saw in front of him stopped him. He didn’t just stop; he was also confused.
Doroko was riding her bike, she wasn’t riding the way she was supposed to. That’s why the screaming—that’s the sight the dregs of men are enjoying; Seeing a woman, in a man’s land, riding a bicycle is a very interesting sight indeed.
After seeing Adonis in the crowd, she applied emergency brakes and fell to the ground, injuring her head.
Punch announces a party. Doroko becomes a beautiful and charming waitress (minus the cat costume) and serves drinks and food to the men.
Doroko receives questions about her relationship with Adonis—everyone believes they are a couple. Doroko bursts their bubble and says they are travel buddies, nothing more than that.
Everyone is having a great evening except Adonis. Suddenly, one by one, they lost consciousness. Adonis arrives to say that it’s no wonder they’re stateless residents—they ignore what they eat. Adonis turned wine into a sleeping pill.
Thinking he would kill them all, Doroko stopped him. But Adonis had no plans to kill them because they weren’t even treated like humans. He leaves, saying he doesn’t need Doroka anymore because he can’t be as excited and happy as she is with people like them. He also warns her not to become like him. He left her alone with those biker men.
The next morning, Punch asked Doroko about Adonis. When Adonis left that place, he couldn’t help but remember the time Doroko was with him.
Punch recognized Adonis as the witch’s disciple. Doroko is extremely confused when she learns that Punch has known their identities the whole time. The Ice Witch once saved him, and that’s when he saw Adonis and remembered him.
After Punch’s brief talk, Doroka decides, with passion and determination, that she will protect Adonis.
When Adonis was impressed that his sleeping pills must be so weak that someone was watching him, his eyes widened when he saw that it was Doroko and not those people.
Riding her bicycle, she almost hit Adonis and got ahead of him. She screams and says she will accompany him on his journey and tries her best not to drag him down.
Adonis is shocked and confused by Doroka’s unbelievable determination and how stubborn she is. Our Doroko is not a quitter after all.