Warning Might contain spoilers.

This season was a disappointment, honestly. It meandered, it aped the multiple-timelines structure of the first season in a poor attempt at another big reveal, and it just fell flat most of the time. The one episode I remember as outstanding was Kiksuya , a beautiful digression (of sorts) that dealt with the hitherto empty Ghost Nation character Akecheta. Part of why it worked so well was that it told a good story, simply, and lent depth to someone we had previously only known as a scary face; and it told the story from a new perspective, away from the machinations of the major players.