No. Stupid ending is stupid. So, what? The Dark King just...dissipated into the nether? And why build all that up just for Tristan to end up with goody-goody Dareon? Also, why exactly is the prince so much better than the Dark King? No one else was complaining, right? There was a moment there where I actually thought they were going to explore this whole post-modern "maybe we're not the good guys" concept, but then it didn't happen and it just lapsed back into blah. The whole Stockholm element was so close, but not quite there for me. Still, it wasn't bad. It's just...the way it ended rendered the whole thing inexcusable.