This best-selling novel by Terry Brooks adapted to the scene beautifully, and the actors and directors brought the book to live with elves, druids, and demon. The series followed Amberle Elessedil (Poppy Drayton), the Elven Princess and the first female to be accepted as one of the Chosen to save the Ellcrys tree. Her Journey is accompanied by Wil Ohmsford (Austin Butler), a half-human/half-elf who is the last of the bloodline of the ancient Shannara family and his destined to help save the Four Lands from demons with the help of three Elfstones, which belonged to his late father. Eretria (Ivana Baquero), a human who was raised by Rovers, a band of thieves and later revealed to have a tattoo on her back is a magical map to the location of the Bloodfire. I am looking forward to season 2, when we left off the party boy Ander is now King, and he and his army of elves had defeated the demons, Allanon beheaded the dreaded Dagda Mor, and Amberle saved the Ellcrys, but her heroic effort came with a price: She had to sacrifice her mortal life and literally become the legendary tree, leaving Wil heartbroken and more determined than ever to rescue Eretria from the trolls. As for the innocent seer Bandon, he has discovered his dark side and possible the new Dagda Mor.