The second battle ensues with Sarimaw (Ryan Eigenmann) and the dark force within him as the main enemy. The Baganis are forced to battle the deity, bidding farewells to their families and promising their victory to their loved ones.
Sarimaw proved to be a tough contender, easily defeating Lakas (Enrique Gil), Ganda (Liza Soberano), Liksi (Zaijan Jaranilla), Dumakulem (Makisig Morales) and Lakam (Matteo Guidicelli)—as well as some brave warriors from the Desert region. With a wave of his sword, he kills the Baganis and they fall.
The people of Sansinukob kneel down in prayer and it is their pleas—their love and faith in their warriors that brings them back to life.
The Baganis rise from the dead and stand together to kill the evil deity. Together, they combined their powers to destroy one common enemy. Surprised and angered, Sarimaw charges again while Lakas reminds him to never underestimate the power of love and the unity of their people. A final, epic battle ensues, leading Sarimaw to his downfall and death.
After reigning victorious in the war, the Baganis and the people of Sansinukob live a happy and prosperous life—including Lakas and Ganda who have now built a family and are living together happily.
Bathala goes to say that he needs not to interfere, not when humans learned the true power of sacrifice and unity—and acquires the most powerful thing in the world: Love.