Regent Sunny, a highly-skilled fighter and the deadliest "Head Clipper" for Baron Quinn battles the Nomads to rescue a mysterious boy named M.K. who harbors a dark secret about his past. But when he brings him back to The Fort to train as a "Colt", a Clipper-in-training, things quickly get out of hand with another trainee. When first blood is drawn, M.K. loses control of himself as if something takes over his body, making the boy valuable to an opposing baron, The Widow. Meanwhile, Sunny discovers M.K.'s pendant has the same image as the one on his childhood compass of a place called Azra, the boy's home. In order to seek out the truth about his own past, Sunny wants to know more of this city beyond the Badlands, and must find a way out, especially now that his lover Veil is illegally pregnant with his child.
There is no god in the badlands. (Season 1)
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Did You Know?
When Baron Quinn rallies his cogs before a dangerous mission in season 2; he cited parts of "Fire and Ice." This poem was written by Robert Frost & first published in Harper's magazine 1920, then in 1923 in his Pulitzer Prize winning book, "New Hampshire." The poem likens fire with passion and ice with hate and has been much anthologised since. End of days is also often believed by many religions over history to come in Fire and Ice. For example "Ragnorak" in Norsk history/mythology. See more
Referenced in Talking Dead: Now