The Terminus, Thespin Republic, and Anacreons banded up in Season 1 Episode 10 to fight the Empire. Confrontations are taking place at the Empire, which may not be appropriate at this time. Phara and Salvor had lately found themselves at a crossroads on the program until Salvor saw an escape. But first, the Invictus leaped. She did return to Terminus, but the null field had completely destroyed the place. Enemies were close behind as well. This is Foundation season 1 episode 11.
Brother Dawn’s feelings for Azura became stronger throughout the Empire. Azura’s descriptions about the outside world piqued his interest and persuaded him to flee. He did, and he witnessed what it was like to live there. But as he approached Azura. Well, he discovered that there is a larger conspiracy at the play that is working against him. Now without any further ado. Let’s cover this interesting science fiction Apple TV+ original series here at Otakukart.
Foundation Season 1 Episode 11 Release Date & Where To Watch?
Foundation season 1 episode 11 isn’t happening because season one concluded with episode 10. Moreover, Episode 10 was released on November 19, 2021, at 3:00 AM, Eastern Time, United States. It was titled “The Leap,” and it connected the dots in the main plotlines and story arcs of the series.
If you want to watch Foundation, you have to get an Apple TV+ subscription. Because this show is an exclusive series. The good news is that now that the show has concluded, you can binge-watch the entire series. Secondly, Apple renewed this program for a second season, and it might drop by the end of 2022.
Foundation Ending Recap
‘The Leap,’ the season finale, begins on Terminus, where Hari Seldon has just emerged from the Vault. With the Thespians and Anacreons on the verge of a fight, the mathematician intervenes just in time by exposing that their original animosity is founded on a falsehood. Hari then describes how they may use the Invictus to make it look as if all life on the outer ring has been wiped off, enabling the Thespians, Anacreons, and Foundation members to continue operating without hindrance from the rest of the galaxy. Their purpose is to begin planning the demise of the Galactic Empire.
Meanwhile, Brother Day mulls over how to appropriately punish his young clone, Brother Dawn, for attempting to flee the Empire. Brother Dusk refers to the young clone as an abomination and proposes that he be reduced to ash immediately. Brother Day, on the other hand, astounds everyone by proposing that maybe it is time for the Empire to be flexible, implying that Brother Dawn should be allowed to maintain his position as future Emperor. During a violent disagreement between Brothers Dusk and Day. Demerzel silently breaks Brother Dawn’s neck, declaring that she would always be faithful to the Cleonic Empire.
Later, an obviously moved Brother Day buries his younger clone’s corpse. He also punishes Azura for misleading Brother Dawn by murdering every member of her extended family and associates — a total of over 1500 individuals — thereby erasing all live memory of the rebel. He then imprisons her in seclusion for the remainder of her days, claiming that he has wiped away her legacy just as she has wiped out his.
Brother Day is soon told, however, that the original Cleon, from whose DNA he is made, was infected many years ago, implying that he is not a flawless duplicate of the original Galactic Emperor. When he realizes this, he laughs and proceeds to demolish Cleon, the First’s preserved corpse. Salvor returns to Terminus and discovers a little kid fleeing through the night and pursues them. She soon realizes she could see a child form of Gaal. And when she questions her mother about her origins. It is revealed that Salvor is the child of Gaal and Raych. The Warden of Terminus boards Hugo’s ship, realizing she must locate Gaal.
We’re then transported one hundred thirty-eight years down the road to watch Gaal return to her home planet of Synnax. She discovers her home underwater. And is devastated to see that there is no indication of human life in the aquatic world. A glimmer in the depths, however, exposes a cryogenic pod. When she opens it, she discovers Salvor dozing inside. Salvor reveals to Gaal that she is her daughter in the season finale. She then offers the stunned Synnaxian Hari Hari’s psychohistory module. And we last see them seated on the roof of a flooded cottage, covered in water as far as the eye can see.
Salvor is Gaal and Raych’s daughter, which is one of the show’s most shocking revelations. Though a link between the two women is mentioned a few times, the news that they are so closely connected comes as a surprise (but also explains Salvor’s inherent ability to perceive the future, similar to Gaal). Salvor’s mother explains that she was produced with Gaal and Raych genetic material that was preserved aboard the “slow ship” that first transported Hari’s followers to Terminus.
Gaal lands on Synnax after a 138-year journey and awakens Salvor, who has been in cryogenic slumber for over 100 years after crash landing on Synnax. Floods seem to have wiped out all human life on the earth by now. The situation seems to be grave, but Gaal and Salvor are two of the show’s most persistent characters. And given their intrinsic ability to predict the future, all is not lost. Salvor also provides Hari’s psychohistory module, which they will most certainly find quite valuable.
What happens to the Foundation?
The ultimate objective of the Foundation, as Seldon confesses at the start of the season finale, is to “curate people,” not information. Initially, the mathematician instructed his disciples to gather the important parts of human knowledge for protection in the case of civilizational collapse. However, it has since been discovered that his true goal was to gather together the people of the outside reach (Thespians, Anacreons, and Foundation members) in order to unify them.
According to Seldon, the Galactic Empire’s iron-fisted domination of the galaxy and cloned monarchs have suppressed humanity’s voice. As a result, if the Galactic Empire is not deposed, civilization will perish. Essentially, Seldon discloses that the Foundation’s role is not to prepare for the demise of civilization. But rather to aid in the eventual overthrow of the Galactic Empire in order to avert the catastrophic disintegration of galactic society.
One of the most stunning events in the story happens when Demerzel executes Brother Dawn unexpectedly and fast, even as she calms him by stating she would not allow him to be murdered. Her actions astound even the Galactic Emperor and his older clone, effectively ending their debate over whether Brother Dawn should be allowed to exist or not. Demerzel, who is a half old machine and part spiritual leader, is one of the most fascinating characters on the program, which is rich with multidimensional individuals.
She continually asserts that her allegiances are with “Empire,” although she never specifies which Empire (since there are always three simultaneous galactic rulers). However, we can now tell that her allegiances are with the original Cleon (who, it is rumored, she loved). As a result, Demerzel is inclined to favor only flawless genetic replicas of Cleon the First. As seen by her savage slaughter of the genetically diverse Brother Dawn. Furthermore, Demerzel seems to have acquired a vengeance towards Brother Day ever since he manufactured his religious vision. And exploited it to deceive the oracles. She effectively kills the legacy that Brother Day wishes to instill in the Cleonic Empire by murdering the clone that he is battling to keep alive. Or, at least, she believes she does.
It’s worth mentioning that it’s eventually discovered that even Brother Day isn’t a pure genetic clone, which implies Demerzel would be just as right (and pleased) to murder him. Apart from seeing Demerzel’s vicious side. We are also witnessing the end of the pure genetic clone dynasty that has governed the galaxy for over ten thousand years. Since the genetic material of the original Cleon’s body has been corrupted by saboteurs. The fact that we witness Demerzel breaking down and pulling off her human face suggests that she is aware that the end is approaching. And is confused over her identity as the Cleonic Empire’s long-standing caretaker. With this, we conclude our scoop here at Otakukart. Thank you for reading, and please come back for more daily updates.