Lucian awakens, still chained to the floor in the chamber where Sonja was put to death. Viktor enters and pulls the medallion from around her neck. Outside, the full moon is rising, giving Lucian enough strength to eject the silver-tipped arrows from his back and transform into a werewolf. He breaks his chains, grabs the medallion after Victor drops it, and leaps through a window, but Viktor's guards are able to quickly subdue him with more silver-tipped arrows. Before he can turn back into a human, Lucian lets out a tremendous howl that is heard by Raze (Kevin Grevioux) and the other Lycans camped in the forest. Together, they descend on the fortress, easily overtaking the guards and going after the vampires. Raze finds Lucian, removes the arrows from his body, and then releases the Lycans still being held in the dungeon. Viktor orders Tannis (Steven Mackintosh) to attend to the elders while he stays to battle Lycans. Lucian spots Viktor and goes after him, chasing him down into a pit where Viktor becomes tangles in chains. "I should have crushed you under my heel the day you were born," Viktor hisses. "Yes, you should have...", Lucian agrees and rams his sword right through Viktor's mouth, "...but you didn't." Viktor falls in the water at the bottom of the pit and floats lifelessly. Lucian goes out into the courtyard where the Lycans have risen victoriously against the vampires. "It is finished," Raze says. "No, this is just beginning," Lucian replies, his hand tightly clutching the medallion. In the final scene, a boat can be seen sailing out to sea. In the hold, Tanis tucks Viktor into his hibernation box. The movie ends with a scene from the first movie where Kraven (Shane Brolly) tells Selene how it was Viktor who killed her parents but spared her because she reminded him of Sonja.