The Witcher Netflix Season 2 got a much-awaited launch on the 17th of December 2021. The perfect fiction is the work of Andrzej Sapkowski that narrates down the life of the legendary Witcher Geralt of Rivia and his quest to find answers revolving around his Destiny, his daughter Princess Ciriila of Cintra.
The series went gala and there is now a wholesome show on the same along with a Video game version that took the gaming platform with a storm. Hence there came a Netflix series to take down the online entertainment platform too.
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With the heartwarming end to the first season, people waited for what happened next. Here we are with the best of The Witcher Netflix Season 2.
N.B: If you haven’t watched the 1st installment yet, make sure that you do it right now, then come back.
With that note, let us begin the conquest of The Witcher Netflix Season 2-
Top Moments From The Witcher Netflix Season 2 From Each Of The Episodes That Highlights The Show & The Relationships In The Program
Episode One: The Grain Of Truth
The episode begins with a monotonous but positive note.Finally, Geralt is having his destiny under his care and nothing can go wrong. However, he finds himself at Sodden after the terrific battle between Nilfgaard and the mages. Tissaia De Vries ails at the missing status of her beloved student Yennefer of Vengerverg.
Geralt arrives and learns about the bravery Yen showed and which made the team win the battle against the Nilfgaard soldiers and their motto. Geralt grieves, thus once again we find Witchers are capable of having emotions. He sheds tears of a broken heart. He bluntly asks Tissaia ‘Was it worth it?’ Yes, the white wolf definitely loves this rogue mage.
On their way back home, Geralt and Ciri finally land on an introductory situation where Geralt confirms that Ciri is certainly more than a Child Surprise to him. Once again we find the white wolf stating that he would not let anything bad happen to his Destiny.
These moments from the much-awaited The Witcher Netflix Season 2 sure pave the scaffold of the upcoming projection of bond that this destined by law, father-daughter has. Well, precisely speaking these sentences spoken by Geralt sure has the power to surprise and melt all, right?
Episode Two: Kaer Morhen
Finally killing a Brauxer and relieving his friend Nivellen from the curse, the butcher of Blavkien is back home with his daughter, Child Surprise at Kaer Morhen. The warm greetings from his fellow witcher brothers were delightful. The father figure Vesemir was so happy that all his orphaned mutants were slowly returning back home for the winter. They even did not show any negativity towards the new member of their coven.
Geralt finds himself training, we find a similar stance in the game too. Well, once again the production team tried bringing something, extracting the game to amuse the hard-core fans of the series. Well, of course, a small credit should also be hand wrapped for our beloved Henry Cavill for being the Witcher Bible on the set as quoted by Freya Alan playing the Cirilla of Cintra.
Eskel, one of the witcher brothers gets miserably infected by a Leshy, which obviously does not bring anything good to the institute. The father-son duo fights, the needed situation. We find Vesemir and Geralt fighting the unpredicted culmination of the fellow witcher, standing back to back presenting an iconic scene that everyone wished to see.
Once, the situation comes under the grip, Geralt visits his worried daughter. Ciri runs and hugs the man, her destiny. This sure is a sweet sequence from this episode right?
Geralt takes his daughter to train, to defend herself when the time comes. Taking down Geralt’s suggestion for life we find the lioness cub of Cintra aligning with the footsteps that her father takes, holding her very first wooden sword.
Episode Three: What Is Lost
The episode begins with an apprehensive kid, training her level best. But to this, we will get back Later…
What brings a sudden splash of joy in this episode is when Yennefer of Vengerverg reunites with her teacher Tissaia De Vries. Tissaia was grieving the death of her students from the very first episode. We even find her, torturing the prisoner from Nilfgaard, Cahir, because she wants to get hands-on every possible evidence of Yen’s status.
So, when Yen reunites with Tissaia at Aretuza, the ray of hope on her face brings a smile not only on Yennerfer’s face but to the audience as well.
Coming back to Ciri’s mission to train hard, the scaffold built to train, was something that enhanced her game. She does her best every time. However, fails to land straight on her feet falling on the ground. This determination not only showcased her willpower but also makes Geralt along with all his fellow witcher brothers impressed.
Trying to understand what Ciri experiences from time to time, Geralt takes Ciri to the woods. They are encounter an unknown ugly thing that somehow corners the kid. However, as promised Geralt saves the day. Ciri finally experiences something horrific but the way she handles the crisis, impresses her father, to which Geralt comments that Sir Lazlo would be proud. Well, this genuinely confirms that we all deserve a father like Geralt.
Episode Four: Redianian Intelligence
The training continues making Ciri aware of what is around her and strengthening the bond between the two.
But what really steals the episode is when Yennefer hugs the Bard. Well, the previous season showed that how much each of them disliked each other. However, when Yennefer learns about Jeskier, and finally meets him face to face, she just could not keep herself and hugs him. An expression of meeting a family appears on both of their faces, which was kind of sweet.
In the later part of the episode, we also find a worried girl. Yes, Yen was worried as to what will happen to the Bard, since he was acting as a distraction for a safe escape of his friend and associates.
Lastly, Vesemir comes to a conclusion that Ciri is actually of Elder origin and she has the power to bring a positive change in the world of The Witchers.
Episode Five: Turn Your Back
Geralt in search of an answer finally meets Istredd, Yennefer’s first love. However, both of them are unaware of what relation they hold for each other. Their conquest to learn about the Conjunction, and the monoliths sure gives an insight into what Ciri has and what awaits her.
The then wicked Sorcerer but now a good friend finally proves her worth by saving the Bard. Yes, Yennefer just could not leave the old friend in misery so her witty way of handling situations sure helps the Bard but brings her to a problematic position.
In the meantime, Geralt returns home prevents Ciri’s transformation into a Witcher. In the absence of Geralt, Ciri learns several facts about her past and present, that makes her take the decision to change, in a haste.
The decision was both perplexing and assuring for Vesemir. So, he agrees to change the girl but fails because Geralt returns, shocking the kid and the old man. Ciri wants to be strong and independent just like her adoptive father, so she wants to transform. But Geralt persuades her that she is already enough and extraordinary.
Finally, Voleth Meir answers, and Yennefer learns that she needs to sacrifice Ciri for her power to return. The scene changes the ambiance quickly making it quite strange and intimidating.
Episode Six: Dear Friend…
Geralt and Ciri are on their way to meet Neneke however their plan does not go as they thought would go. Therefore they are greeted by a monster on their journey and we lose Roach at this very moment. However, Geralt kills the unknown beast. He asks Ciri to walk up to a steep and stand her ground. Ciri without a doubt on her mind stands strong on her ground, and Geralt jumps and kills the monster at one blow.
At Melitile Geralt finally gets reunited with the love of his life, Yennefer of Vengerverg. They share a passionate kiss, only to be interrupted by the Child Surprise, Ciri whom both Geralt and Yennefer are looking forward to taking care of.
The trio of the plot hangs out in a peaceful sequence where we find a relaxed Witcher, cherishing the scene wholeheartedly.
Geralt and the sudden intervention of the fire sorcerer, sure stir up the ambiance. However, precisely it brings back a memory from the previous season, the Butcher of Blavikien, right? With the amazing choreography and the passionate moves made by Geralt, the white wolf enhances the whole scene.
Yennefer kidnaps the innocent kid betraying Geralt, upsets the air. The depressing and disappointing expression on the wolf’s face sure affirms, what Yennefer has called upon her.
Episode Seven: Voleth Meir
It’s time for the Bard and the Butcher to finally meet, right? Geralt needs Jeskier to get a hold of his princess which really does. The deep conversation between Geralt and Jeskier brings out the profoundity of their friendship. Geralt without a sweat on his face confirms that he won’t flinch to kill Yen if she does something wrong to Ciri, to which Jeskier nods. But he also states, that Yen has changed and life gives us too many desperate positions that might make us take the difficult path which Yen is currently walking.
In this episode in many instances we find, Yen, teaching Ciri magic to fend their situation, and to everyone’s surprise, Ciri succeeds too. But Ciri’s magic finally reveals the desperate situation and she learns Yen’s true intention that saddens her and frustrates her.
Lastly, the father is reunited with her daughter. One of the best scenes where Geralt shows her love in an intimidating way. Yennefer understands what she has done and tries to make things good between the love birds.
Episode Eight: Family
On an accurate note, we find the episode to be full of surprises and shocks. However here are the best of the episode that TOTT feels amazing.
Yen understands that she ruined what Geralt and she has, but takes full responsibility and asks Jeskier to help her out. On the other hand, we find a possessed Ciri/ Voleth Meir on the spree of killing the Witchers in Kaer Morhen.
Geralt understand the situation and request Vesemir to help him out without harming his princess. The emotional context definitely brings Vesemir to a reasonable ground.
The whole coven fights the deathless mother, however, they face fatal injuries. The monoliths shards sure bring unprecedented harm to the unit.
Ciri enjoys her time in her beautiful past, but the practical sound that she hears when Geralt shouts through Voleth Meir is emotional. Geralt calls her ‘we belong together, You, Us, it’s not perfect but it’s yours, we are your family and we need you’. We also find the other witchers calling Ciri in her trance as well.
Thus Voleth Meir fails and Ciri finally returns to her father to her home.
Yen, to make things good between the white wolf and her, goes to the extent of sacrificing her life to the deathless mother, proving the loyalty and love she has for Geralt without a second thought.
The trio travels to an unknown realm where they finally witness the wild hunt which we heard in Season 1 first episode of the very series. Geralt believes the kid and asks her to push back the demon to her realm, which takes the trio too. However, Ciri manages to return with her family.
Yen and Geralt finally have the missing link to stay together to which each of them agrees which brings a cordial beginning to a future they now hold, and dream together.
Lastly, we come to a conclusion about who the White Flame is and who Cahir and Fringilla look up to so much.
Finally heading to a fine conclusion here, well, these are the best of the moments that The Witcher Netflix Season 2 has in store. If by any chance we missed anything, please do let us know in the comment section below.
The Witcher Netflix Season 2 is a great show that is bringing its prequel The Witcher: Blood Origin which might come around anytime in 2022. A short clip just at the end of the season introduced us to the imaginative scenes that the readers once wished to see on screen, finally, it is happening now.
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