The third season of ‘Stranger Things’ left many questions that must be resolved in the fourth season, among them, if the character played by Millie Bobby Brown will once again have special abilities, now the fans claim that Dr. Brenner would Rise up to regain your powers.
In only three seasons, lthe series has left a lot of mysteries that have only grown as it progressesas the experiments and the test subjects of the lab Hawkins and everything to do with the Upside Down.
There are also characters who are believed dead but actually still alive, somewhere, as the villain of the first season, the Doctor Brenner.
The spectators knew the Doctor Brenner, a research scientist and the director of the National Laboratory Hawkins, in season 1 of ‘Stranger Things’, where an experiment went wrong and opened a door to another dimension, known as the ‘Upside Down’. Because of this, Will Byers, was abducted by a monster called Demogorgon.
The details of the argument of the fourth season of the production are a mystery, what has given way to a lot of theories from fans about how the series will address some of the biggest questions that has left, among them the whereabouts of the villain and how he could come back, and suggests that Dr. Brenner would Rise up to regain your powers.
The last time we saw Brenner was trying to convince the Eleven that he should return with him, he was attacked by a Demogorgon and believed deleted. However, the second season revealed that he survived.
Dr. Brenner might be the only person who really knows the powers of Eleven, what they can do, and how to control them. Since its disappearance, the girl has been trying to learn about her powers by herself, and after being injured by a Mind Flayer in season 3, she has not been able to use his powers, and at the end of the season, was practically without powers.
Because Brenner is the one who helped train and develop their powers, it is possible that he knows how you can retrieve themalthough the methods might not be the ideal, because it may require more experimentation.
The theory does not sound far-fetched, but it will be a matter of waiting for the premiere of the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’.