The first season of The Guild ended on a note of triumph. Despite their differences, the Knights of Good banded together to "defeat" Zaboo's mother. The Knights of Good had entered Cheezybeards as a guild turmoil, but left it united.
The second season undercuts this sense of triumph in the opening sequence. Codex reveals that Zaboo's mother was a real estate agent who managed to get Codex evicted from her apartment. Even worse, she still has Zaboo living with her, and is still fending off his unwanted advances.
As the season continues, the cohesiveness of the of the Knights of Good continues to erode. Almost all of the knights fall into cycles of self-destructive behavior. This is primarily driven by the selfishness of its members.
Clara is probably the worst offender off the group. When she fails to get the Orb of Nurr, she begins hunting an killing Vork repeatedly in the game. She takes advantage of her husbands good nature, lying to get out of attending her sisters wedding. She takes advantage of Codex's meekness by planning a big party to relive her Sorority glory days. She is even spends some time swapping spit with someone other than her husband. I have to admit, by the end of season two I have lost all sympathy for Clara.
Tink and Bladezz are equally selfish. Tink uses Bladezz to satisfy her materialistic desires by leading Bladezz to believe that she will satisfy his carnal desires. They circle each other with self-destructive behavior and ultimately both suffer the consequences of their actions.
Codex is a bit more sympathetic but, as she eventually realizes, she should have simply been honest with Zaboo about her feelings from the beginning. On the other hand, Zaboo seems trapped in a cycle of falling too hard for women he barely knows.
By the end, Vork has declared that the "Knights of Good" have become nothing more than the "Knaves of Hooliganism". The dream is over and the guild lies in ruins.
So, what did I think? I loved it! If you haven't checked out The Guild, I definitely recommend giving it a shot. After all, at less than 10 minutes an episode, it's not like it will take up a lot of time!