More dangerous threats are waiting ahead for Escanor after he has somehow managed to temporarily stop the evil Meliodas from wreaking havoc on the planet. Something more terrifying is that to contribute to his problems, these two upcoming rivals are supposed to be the toughest ones to beat when compared to the others ones he had to face earlier from the Ten Commandments. (Check: Elite Season 3.)
The spoilers out for the previous segment, i.e., episode 13 were precise too. As suggested by the spoilers, at noon, the malevolent Meliodas was severely harmed when Escanor charged on him with his full might after triggering his special mysterious powers.
Sadly, Escanor himself was also badly hurt even more than Meliodas because he had to exhaust all his strength at a single stretch to hit Meliodas with all his existing powers. Damage occurred to Escanor has a magnitude of nearly 98 percent and on the other hand Meliodas extent of damage is just about 75 percent which would possibly give rise to a very alarming situation for everyone in the future. These conclusions are a result of Gowther’s own scrutiny.
As time passes by, Meliodas is healing continuously and getting more and more lethal for everyone day by day which is also the main reason behind the arising utmost concern of Merlin. As Meliodas is surely going to emerge back again as the leading member of the Ten Commandments, therefore Merlin was left with no way left but to enclose him in her perfect cube.
Though, Merlin is of the opinion that going near Meliodas could still be risky for anyone but Elizabeth insists to stay with him when the latter is getting better day by day. So to foresee any possible mishappenings, Merlin thinks that it would be better if he always keeps an eye on both to be on the safer side.
On the other hand, Arthur is setting his eyes on his way to finally wield the legendary Excalibur. He is possibly unaware of the fact that there is also a probability that he could get a chance to cross paths with the Seven Deadly Sins themselves as they also share the same path on their way to the Excalibur. We could get to see all of them clashing with Arthur in the upcoming episode 14.
When it comes to Excalibur, its one more usurper Zeldris also desires to claim it. Suddenly, he receives instructions from his father to help Meliodas escape from the clutches of Merlin’s perfect cube and meanwhile also to end the lives of the existing members of the Seven Deadly Sins.
The upcoming episode 14 of ‘Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath of the Gods’, Zeldris could be seen trying to call and gather back each and everyone from the Ten Commandments at Camelot. He would be totally startled to know that no one came up or even gave an affirmative answer to his calls. It seems to be a very hard fact for him to learn the fact that they all could have been possibly beaten by their enemies which was also very unlikely to happen according to him.
No response was received by Zeldris for his calls from Derieri and Monspeet too. The only members reacting to his summon calls were Drole and Gloxinia who also seems to be interested in being the members of the Ten Commandments any longer.
The realisation about the diminishing fate of the ‘Ten Commandments’ finally hits Zeldris in this upcoming episode 14. For now he is left with nothing else but to release Meliodas and kill the remaining members of ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ as told by his father.
To his relief, both Chandler and Cusack would show up in the episode 14 and express their desire to execute the orders of the Demon King. They are supposed to be quite powerful because they were once the mentors of Meliodas and Zeldris.