If you haven’t completed watching Stranger Things 4 but, you would possibly wish to skip this because it entails the doomed destiny of one of many primary characters of the story.
The chief of the Hellfire Club, Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn), was such an excellent character this season! Everyone beloved Eddie, however sadly, he didn’t make it. In the finale of the season, he sacrificed himself to purchase Steve, Nancy, and Robin extra time to defeat Vecna.
He was in the end swarmed by demobats within the Upside Down they usually tore him up fairly good. He in the end tragically dies in Dustin’s arms.
The Duffer Brothers just lately shared what an alternate ending for the character would have seemed like had he survived, however that may have been simply as tragic. You see, Eddie was at all times going to be a doomed character. In an interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Matt Duffer mentioned:
“In a way, we saw Eddie as a bit of a doomed character. Even imagining the flip side of that where he does survive the battle is not a great life awaiting Eddie back in the right side up either. He was always really designed from the get-go as a doomed character.”
Ross Duffer added that the story might solely conclude along with his demise as he was at all times going to be “a tragic character. There was never any other arc for him and there was no ‘how do you survive this?’“ He explained:
“At the very finish, you see folks nonetheless drawing satan horns on his head – nobody in Hawkins goes to simply accept a supernatural rationalization for this. He would have wound up in jail and this fantasy that he would have been capable of stroll and graduate sadly was not ever a sensible final result for him.”
Yeah, that’s comprehensible. Munson simply discovered himself in a really tough state of affairs and the story of Eddie was simply so tragic. But, there are plenty of fan theories that Eddie will come back in Stranger Things 5. There are some nice theories and I might love nothing greater than for Eddie to return back ultimately, however we’ll simply have to attend and see.