Excitement builds as fans eagerly consume all new content regarding The witcher, Netflix’s Fantastic Adventure Series starring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia. Season 1 ended with the warrior’s encounter with Ciri, the princess of Cintran, to whom fate had linked him decades before, and season 2 appears to be about their journey to Kaer Morhen (the training school of witcher).
Two brief trailers reveal that Geralt is having dinner with an old friend and confronts a bruxa while Ciri sleeps. None of them give too many details about the plot of the season and include no information on the fate of other characters seen previously, leaving fans wondering what will happen on December 17th when it premieres. from season 2.
9 Will he always follow the approach of the monster of the week?
With the appearance of a bruxa (one of the most infamous monsters the witcher has faced in battle), it looks like Season 2 will take a similar approach to Season 1’s “Monster of the Week”. This time around , Geralt may not kill demons. for money, but the creatures trying to kill him and Ciri.
Some fans liked the Season 1 format when it comes to Geralt’s storyline because it was accessible, and anyone who hadn’t read the books or played the game series didn’t need to have a deep understanding. of tradition. However, that could change for a serialized format, now that the focus can be on Geralt and Ciri’s burgeoning relationship together.
8 What happened to Dandelion?
The Return of Dandelion was teased for Season 2 of The witcher, but none of the teasers have so far shown a glimpse of the bard who made Geralt’s services so marketable in Season 1. It’s possible that Dandelion could be involved in a flashback streak, but if not, if he does appeared, he should be significantly older than the last time fans saw him.
Due to Season 1’s sometimes confusing timeline, it would have been twenty years between when Geralt and Dandelion roamed the continent and when Geralt found Ciri and became her guardian. Geralt wouldn’t age thanks to being a witcher, but Dandelion would have lost some spring in his walk.
7 Where are Geralt and Ciri?
In one of the teasers, Ciri can be seen waking up to a noise, only to find Geralt telling her to take Roach and leave if danger comes to them. A bruxa lurks around what appears to be a grand mansion (where the witcher and his charge remain), and Geralt apparently prepares for another epic battle by drinking a series of potions.
In another teaser, Geralt is seen talking to an old friend, although it’s not clear if he is hosting them in the same mansion. It seems likely, especially since staying in hostels across the continent might attract too much attention and the Nilfgaardian army is still on the hunt for the mighty Princess. Where is this mansion and where is it in relation to Kaer Morhen?
6 Can Geralt really trust his old friend?
The most recent teaser shows Geralt speaking around a roaring hearth with “an old friend” named Nivellen, who seems to know a lot about the witcher profession. They discuss Ciri at length, and this implies that she is somewhere nearby (probably asleep if they stay in Nivellen’s house).
How much can Geralt trust his friend? The original news starring Nivellen appears to have been changed considerably, especially when fans consider Geralt not to locate Ciri for several years after the events. Will Nivellen be a true ally, or will his story turn him into an agent of evil?
5 Will the special effects improve?
Season 1’s visual effects hovered between very well-done and mediocre, with fans citing things like the highly effective monsters, but Henry Cavill’s wig and Nilfgaardian army armor as indicative of a series to small budget.
The effects used to create a monster not seen on Netflix The Nivellen series seems to be a mixture of practice and CGI. However, they don’t appear to be of the same caliber as the effects used to create Duny, who effectively claimed the Law of Surprise to secure Princess Pavetta’s hand in marriage.
4 Is Geralt going to train Ciri to become a witcher?
Nivellen explains that the witers take the children, force them to eat weird herbs, and then those who survive are trained to be witers themselves. Ciri and Geralt travel to Kaer Morhen, the witcher training school, which means that Ciri could be on the verge of becoming a witcher.
This could foreshadow the events of the novels, where Geralt trains Ciri in the manner of the witcher, including sword fighting and the use of potions. It would make sense for Season 2 to feature Ciri’s curiosity with Geralt’s methods as she begins to incorporate her own powers.
3 Will she use any of her powers?
Even after spending time among the Dryads in Season 1 and further exploring her psionic abilities, there are still many unanswered questions about Ciri’s power in The witcher. Most of the time, she only used them to fend off Cahir or the rest of the Nilfgaardian soldiers.
Ciri didn’t offer to help Geralt destroy the bruxa, and it didn’t seem like she knew more about her powers than the previous season. Once she and Geralt reach Kaer Morhen, they could be cultivated there, and she could become an asset instead of a burden.
2 Why does Ciri look so much older?
It’s been two years since the Season 1 premiere, and Ciri looked like she was 12. Judging by these teasers, Ciri appears to be older, possibly in her late teens, although the circumstances occur shortly after the Season 1 finale. So why does Ciri have the looking so much older when only a few weeks could have passed at most?
It’s possible that the actress just looks older, and because the show plans to introduce more mature storylines to her. Based on The Witcher games, Ciri evolves into an adult with a thirst for violence that rivals Geralt, so it’s possible fans might see a clue of that in Season 2.
1 Where is Yennefer?
When fans last saw the powerful witch Yennefer, she had been transported to a mysterious location to be tortured. So far, very little has been revealed about her location and whether or not she is working to return to Geralt. It is possible that Geralt and Ciri will have to find and save her.
Thanks to her intense and emotional storytelling, Yennefer became one of the most notable characters in Season 1. Although she could be heartless, it was clear that she cared a lot for Geralt and that they formed a great team. In the books and play series, Yennefer helps protect Ciri and offers her advice, which will be difficult to do in Season 2 if the trio get through much of their separation.
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