As Netflix subscribers know, the streaming platform has just released the sixth season of Lucifer and fans have wondered about an important plot point, why did the devil abandon Rory?
The last episodes of Lucifer have aired, bringing this biblical epic to a close. However, one question remains, and it concerns the Devil’s (Tom Ellis) decision to abandon Rory (Brianna Hildebrand).
A Crucial Moment in Lucifer Season 6
This season has delighted viewers who have enjoyed the final moments spent with the beloved characters, but while the story ends on a satisfactory note, there are still questions to be answered.
In particular, fans wondered why Lucifer made an important decision, which concerned the fate of Rory, as it is revealed in the final episode of the sixth season that the Devil abandoned Rory at a crucial point in his life.
Rory reveals that the Devil left her when Chloe was on her deathbed. But the devil himself explains that he and Chloe have made a mutual agreement that her place is in hell, while she is on earth.
This means that he couldn’t be with her when she died, which means he was only fulfilling his duty as a therapist from hell. Once Rory understands why he abandoned her, she returns to the future to be with her dying mother, Chloe.
This means that he couldn’t be with her when she died, which means he was only doing his duty as a therapist from hell. When Rory realizes why he abandoned her, he returns to the future to be with his dying mother, Chloe.
Once Chloe dies on Earth, she is reunited with the Devil in Hell, and the two are destined to live together for the rest of eternity. This concluded Lucifer’s story, answering questions and dispatching the beloved characters in style.