What Loki's Most Recent Turn Means for the Multiverse in the MCU 

The Time Variance Authority is split during Loki Season 2 as the Multiverse is let loose.  

The TVA declared that Tom Hiddleston's titular trickster deity had strayed from the Sacred Timeline in the first season of the Disney+ MCU series, leaving him at their mercy.   

Jonathan Majors returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the latest installment of the Tom Hiddleston-led drama, with the eponymous God of Mischief now being alerted by TVA founder He Who Remains to the risk his versions pose to the larger cosmos.   

In order to prevent the start of multiversal conflict, the TVA was created to ensure that no departures from this particular timeline occurred. Those who did so were pruned  

The leaders of the TVA, the Time-Keepers, were revealed to be a fabrication concocted by the time-traveling despot He Who Remains, as the season came to a close.  

He Who Remains, a Kang the Conqueror variant, created the TVA to destroy all universes except from his own in order to stop his evil variants from ever existing.   

He Who Remains was killed by Sylvie at the end of the season, which helped the Multiverse come into being.   

Director Dan DeLeeuw hints Loki season 2 has yet to unveil the "definitive" Kang, despite the fact that one variety has already been heavily touted in the program's promotion.  

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