from Matthias Brückle
First pictures from the shooting of the second season of The Witcher show the main characters Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer. Their surroundings and appearance already say a lot about the upcoming story. The release is planned for 2021.

The series The Witcher is currently in the shooting of the second season, which is not going ideally due to Corona. The current plan is currently the Release of the eight episodes in 2021. For fans there are now as a little consolation – and as a possible preparation for a teaser trailer – first photos showing the heroes of the fantasy series. The trio shows up with some changes.

Geralt with new armor in Season 2 of The Witcher

Monster slayer Geralt has definitely invested in stronger equipment, as the new rifts look like they can withstand the blows of a forest rascal. Henry Cavill not only inspires fans of The Witcher with his look, but also Warcraft fans and developers.






Henry Cavill as Geralt the witcher in season 2 of The Witcher with new gear.



Henry Cavill as Geralt the witcher in season 2 of The Witcher with new gear.

Source: Netflix




Ciri in the Kaer Morhen witcher school

In the snow-covered fortress of Kaer Morhen, however, Ciri is more like the hypothetical child of Daenerys and Jon Snow in Game of Thrones. Geralt brings her there in the second season to protect her, because after the season finale he is convinced that Yennefer died in the Battle of Sodden. So he has to take care of the undercover princess on his own – and teaches her sword fighting together in the stronghold of the wizards of the wolf school.






Ciri in the snowy fortress Kaer Morhen in The Witcher Season 2.



Ciri in the snowy fortress Kaer Morhen in The Witcher Season 2.

Source: Netflix




What about Yennefer in the Witcher season 2?

Yennefer is apparently not dead (oha!) But is definitely in trouble. With a bloody face and handcuffs, she doesn't look like she could just cast a few spells to escape. The material of the handcuff is likely to be dimeritium, which makes magicians incapable of action, their kryptonite, so to speak.

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Yennefer survived the Battle of Sodden in the season finale of The Witcher S1.



Yennefer survived the Battle of Sodden in the season finale of The Witcher S1.

Source: Netflix











Yennefer is in captivity - the handcuffs are probably made of dimeritium, which blocks magical powers.



Yennefer is in captivity – the handcuffs are probably made of dimeritium, which blocks magical powers.

Source: Netflix




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