The second season of Loki might be presenting the God of Mischief from the MCU as the new guardian of the universe and could perhaps be connected to a fortunate event in Avengers: Endgame.
A theory speculating on the fate of Tom Hiddleston's God of Mischief following Loki season 2 suggests a significant link to a fortuitous and auspicious moment in 2019's Avengers: Endgame.
The fate of the God of Mischief remained unknown following the Mad Titan Thanos' murder of the original Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
However, a version of Loki was made available because to the Avengers Time Heist in Endgame, which is what caused the time-bending events of Loki on Disney+.
A significant redemption path for Tom Hiddleston's previous villain has been depicted by Loki, and this could result in him joining the MCU as its newest defender.
In phase five's Loki season 2, Loki, Owen Wilson's Mobius, and Sophia Di Martino's Sylvie seek to preserve the multiverse's equilibrium
following their deeds in the first season's finale that resulted in the death of He Who Remains and the breaking of the Sacred Timeline.
With plans to reconstruct and restructure the Time Variance Authority (TVA)
Loki has undergone a significant metamorphosis since making his MCU debut in 2011's Thor
Although Loki is emerging as one of the MCU's most important characters and may play a major role in preserving the multiverse