For viewers who may be rusty from their Witcher story, Netflix has released a promo that sums up all the first season’s highlights, with ironic stories reminiscent of at least Dandelions the Bard.
“Fate brought you here! Geeked’s Netflix Twitter account, which is posted along with the video, summarizes each of the first eight episodes of The Witcher, from Geralt’s fight with Renfro to his meeting with lover Yennefer and his adopted daughter Ciri.
Unlike Season 1 of the series, which followed a non-linear narrative mode that spanned several periods – it told the intertwined stories of Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri until the three main characters crossed each other personally – the summary shows each character’s respective story. In a more linear way. While early episodes of The Witcher received rave reviews, some viewers had a hard time following the timeline, forcing Netflix to publish a chart describing the orbit of Geralt, Yennefers, and Chris. The second season of the series promised a more traditional story.
Another vital feature recapitalized in the video is The Law of Surprise, adapted for The World of The Witchers. You can reward the other unknown for both sides.
“Fate then determines this payment, which the other person already has, but who does not know,” says the narrator of the video, explaining that Geralt’s fate was forever connected to Ciri when she rescued both her parents and asked for her. as payment – without knowing that Ciri Pavetta’s mother was pregnant at the time. “Does this make sense?”
Last but not least, the summary humorously takes the famous aria “Leave a coin to your sorcerer,” which Dandelion first played in “Fire Marks.” “A poet named Dandelion goes in search of Geralt and says, ‘You have an image problem. I could change public opinion about you. “A white goat kicks Geralt in the ass, and the elves greet them. The Elven King of Philavandrel says,” My elders used to work with humans. They killed them. “It will cut the throat of Geralt, who’s like who’s a friend, just ‘call me not as a person.’ So let the elves drop them, and with that came this song that will never let you sleep forever. ”
I will stream The second season of The Witcher on Netflix on December 17th. The first season of the series and a by-product of the anime, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, is now available for streaming.
if you're new to the world of The Witcher… DESTINY HAS BROUGHT YOU HERE! Learn (or refresh yourself on) everything you need to know about Geralt of Rivia, Yennefer of Vengerberg, Princess Cirilla of Cintra, and the humble bard Jaskier. pic.twitter.com/30Nrf9ChIw
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) December 1, 2021