How I Think MCD Should End
Because it will end. Eventually, there won’t be any other place to take the series. The characters will be written out with full arcs. The world will be explored. The mysteries of Irene, Shad, and the Shadow Knights will be answered. And Jess will close the book on this adventure.
But this is how I want to see it go out.
All are happy. The evil is vanquished. All is well. Aphmau, hearing a strange call, enters a familiar forest. She wanders around for quite some time before coming across an odd structure. Half of a little, one-story house. No furniture remains except a book lying on the floor. She picks up the book. A light shines from within the pages, blinding both Aphmau and the audience.
Suddenly, the scene shifts. We are in Jess’s room. She shakes her head, as if waking from a trance. She removes her headphones. She stares at the computer screen. Over her shoulder, we see Aphmau’s hand, holding the book in the Minecraft world.
Jess reaches for the mouse, but stops when she hears Julia and Joseph playing outside the room. There’s a knock at the door. It’s Jason. He smiles at her warmly as he pops his head in.
“Dinner’s ready, babe. C'mon downstairs. You’ve been playing Minecraft for hours.”
“I’ll be right down,” Jess says. Jason closes the door. Jess turns back to the screen and smiles before logging out and turning off her monitor.
Fade to black.