Morgan has fought epic battles in his life after realizing his true self, the toughest one was against Octagon the Bitter. Forcing the kings of the five kingdoms to fight as one was an unbelievable achievement for him. Many lives were lost in the process during the war that took place in Solarspire and Stormforge. All of it is now a thing of the past but the danger is not over yet, the author Aaron Oster sends Morgan on another tough mission in the final episode.
A boundary used to separate the five kingdoms from the world and that was like a protective layer for the land. That boundary or barrier is going down which means that the five kingdoms would be facing enemies from all sides till eternity unless the barrier is restored. One after another the enemies start emerging from all sides and the people of the five kingdoms feel like sitting ducks in this condition. Morgan does not fight; instead, he shows more concern towards completing his mission that can bring an end to all of this madness.
He sets for Faeland which is an enemy side but he is aware that they are with better ideas because of some help from the gods. Monsters, gods, and humans come to the same battlefield for the fight of a lifetime and the only one can come out of all this as a winner.
The ending was great as expected but for Doug Tisdale Jr it was troublesome at spots when all the three categories of enemies came together on the battlefield. Giving a separate identity to all the creatures in one voice was a tough job for the narrator in this last episode.