Hereditary. I really dug the focus on Bellator here. Everything they said, the masks, all of it painted a really strong picture that capped off with the Inheritor line. Sanctus has quite a legacy behind him, no pun intended, and this segment used the zombie story to really bring that out. Great stuff here.
Can I say the overall undead story? These old characters showing up in this fashion, not to speak of the overall world impact, has brought out some old feelings from characters. It's a way to focus on where we've been while pushing where we are going. The Terrors have had quite an impact on the OSW landscape during this season, and I am curious as to how Sigil (or anyone) is going to be able to truly stop them
I'll go with the World title match here. I love seeing the Snakes interfere in Viper's matches because it adds a different element than the 1:1 combat. It also creates the opportunity for drama in the future when Viper is forced into a spot where he can't have any help from them. Either way, phenomenal match that I enjoyed very much!
I'll go with Sigil, as it seems I'm doing often. The Collector is the star of this volume, I'd say. He's the guy that everything revolves around. He's convinced everyone for right now about what is happening, but I have to wonder when the turn comes if he'll sell them all out. No wondering, actually. He'll defo do it. Darby Sorrow returning is a close second. Guy's story becomes even more tragic, since he finally got to die but he's been raised from the peace.
Storm - Brother Eddie ain't gonna stop, is he? The best thing about this seg is that it ends with some ambiguity. No one happened to state what the "right thing" is. Is Luke going to try to kill his already-dead brother? Or is he going to try to save him? Somehow. Lots of curiosities here in this story.
Pyre - Okay, Alice's head falling off like that was amazing. Pop of the show for me. Loved the seggie here with Pyre and Banzan being forced to kind of work together due to Alice relentlessly pursuing them.