Where Did Baba Voss Go: A major character in SEE is Baba Voss, who plays a pivotal role. As the de facto guardian of the sighted twins introduced in the first episode — as well as a guy who has a long relationship with the majority of the other characters — he serves as the driving force behind most of the action in the show.
When it comes to protecting his children, his family, and community, Baba Voss is a courageous warrior, powerful leader, and ferocious guardian. He is the leader of the mountain-dwelling Alkenny Tribe, and his first priority is the protection of his children, his family, and community. Each and every member of the tribe, which he joined under strange circumstances years ago, does not reciprocate his commitment to them.
Baba Voss’s primary concern is the protection of his family, friends, and tribe, and he prioritises this above anything else. In order to keep his tribe safe from the Witchfinders, he goes to tremendous measures, whether it’s fighting off adversaries that threaten the tribe’s safety or moving to other areas, like he did when he moved to New Alkenny, to keep them safe.
Baba Voss attempts to keep the sight of his twin children, Haniwa and Kofun, a secret in order to keep them safe from the witchfinders who are after them. He and his wife Maghra beg the twins to continue in this manner indefinitely for their own protection.
In order to keep the tribe safe, Baba Voss frequently consults with Paris, who uses her knowledge to find a way out of circumstances that endanger the tribe’s well-being. Maghra and Paris were estranged as a result of Paris’ decision to allow the twins to read from the books left by Jerlamarel and follow his counsel.
Earlier this week, we learned that the fight between the Payans and the Trivantians had officially begun. Meanwhile, as our heroes retreat into the castle at Greenhill Gap, the Trivantian army marches slowly forward, outnumbering them by a factor of a hundred to one.
Almost everyone in the room feels that their deaths are on the horizon. Baba even instructs Haniwa and Kofun to ride back to Pennsa in order to rescue themselves and inform Maghra that the city has been evacuated, but both refuse. That message can be delivered to her by someone else. Baba Voss’s children will remain by his side till the death.
It’s possible that the end is nigh. Each time the Trivantians strike at the castle gates, the tension in the air rises even more dramatically. The Hidden Tribes, commanded by Bow Lion, Paris, and Toad, are crying out in the distance, and Baba hears their screams in the distant as well. They are accompanied by another 100 warriors, all of whom are devoted to Baba Voss.
This is a momentous occasion. Characters like as Bow Lion are drawn back into the action as a result of this. It makes up for the detour we took with the secret tribes in a previous episode, and it gives Kofun and Toad a little more time to develop their connection, even if it’s obvious how it’s going to turn out in the long run.
Furthermore, it provides Baba Voss with an opportunity to deliver a fantastic speech that almost made me want to go to war. It’s so loud and obnoxious that even Edo can hear it when he walks outdoors. Rather of waiting for the Trivantians to smash down the door, he recommends that they just open it and let them into the building instead. In fact, it is precisely what they do.