The Voltron Force decide to disengage at the moment the Polsar Canon will be fired at them (along with the robot they are fighting) so that their enemies will mistake it for a fatal detonation, and end up crashing in separate locations. Those in the castle that are trying to force out Garrett are unsure whether anyone is actually alive so do what they can to defend themselves. Lotor goes back on his word to the clone to let him lead a population of his own on Arus, so Garrett is determined to conquer the planet himself. The Voltron Force eventually find each other and learned what happened to Coran's actual son. However, since the Blue Lion is damaged, they seem about to be forced to try to destroy the solar-powered canon by night without the full power of Voltron. Written by
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In the GoLions episode "The Last of Hys" this was based on, a shot was aimed at Coran but taken, fatally, by Nanny. Also, the tombstone was not a decoy but an actual burial-marker. See more
Lotor *thinks* he's destroyed the mighty Voltron. He *thinks* the Planet Arus can no longer attack us. What does he have to think with; he's a numskull.