The ending of the second season of “The Witcher” is frustrating, frustrating and exciting-everything you want in the ending, really! Towards the end, there are two big revelations. Well, if you don’t understand your wizarding legend, it will be a surprise-those who know have already guessed who is coming. This episode really makes you understand that family is often who you choose to be with, not just blood relatives. Once again, we saw a lot of things on Hilly’s young shoulders, and again, she proved that she is much stronger than she looks. Lambert is also less picky in this episode, which is the biggest shock.
Before we get caught up in what Ciri and Geralt did, let us first understand what I think objectively is the most heartbreaking moment. Because of the loss of the child, Francesca and Filavandrell decided to leave Nilfgaard. According to reports, Dara is a Redandian spy who communicates with Dijkstra about what is happening. Just before the baby was killed, Dara decided that he didn’t want to do this anymore, and eventually blamed her for her death. Francesca assured him that it was not his fault, and then they headed to Redania, where her hatred of humans was restored. After getting there, she passed through a village, burned a mark on each baby, and then killed them in one fell swoop. It was a horrible scene that ended with the screams of a few babies, followed by deafening silence, and finally filled with the mother’s crying. Francesca seeks justice for her people, not revenge. This will not be the last time we have seen her atrocities.
Author: Lauren Schmidt Hisrich
directed by: Ed Bazarget
In the north, Tishaya and Wilgerforz received a visit from Dijkstra, who told them about Ciri’s power in the previous episode. Tissaia felt that this child was too strong for the Brotherhood, so she met with King Foltest, King Henselt, and Queen Meve to decide whether they should kill the girl and everyone who protects her. This made Geralt and the wizards Stuck in a predicament. However, King Vizimir of Redania hoped to merge their kingdoms through marriage so that he could control Cintra and make Redania the most powerful northern kingdom. Basically, everything in the north has become a bit double agent and dangerous. For the Nilfgaards, at least, they have stated frankly that they are going to murder you.
The list of those who hunted Ciri grew longer and longer, and she, newly possessed by Voles Meir, bypassed Kyle Morhan to kill the wizard. Voleth Meir saw in Ciri that she missed her family more than anything, so he took her to the hall, where they found her grandmother and Mossack. This makes Ciri distracted and happy, while Voleth Meir uses her body to obey orders. Vesemir instructed the wizards to take the elixir they could eat, and Geralt persuaded Vesemir to try his way first: coax the entity out of Hilli and let them both live.
Yen recruited Jaskier for the potion making task, which is as good as you think. His task is to bring Jasper to Geralt, a stone that can help you correct your mistakes. Remember, Voleth Meir feeds on hatred and despair, because this will be important in the future. Voleth Meir then screamed at the Medallion tree, which contained a small boulder. It shattered and opened a portal through which two basilisks appeared. When Geralt tried to pass Hilli, the wizard suffered an absolute blow, but seemed hopeless. Vesemir eventually attacked Hilli/Wores Meir, but her wounds healed. Jaskil tried to tell Geralt about the Jasper Stone, just as Voresmeier revealed that she liked the hatred poured out by wizards, just as Geralt realized they were doing wrong things all the time.
Geralt proved once and for all that the wizard did have feelings. He told Hillary she needed to go home and they all needed her. Even Lambert made positive comments! Yen saw what was happening and realized that she could sacrifice herself-temporarily anyway-to lure Voleth Meir and save Ciri. She slit her wrist, and the wizard continued their positive affirmation, pulling Xi Rui from her dream state with her family. In the end, Xi Rui left the auditorium and returned to Kyle Mohan, and Voresmeier entered Yan’s body. Ciri opened a portal, but before Yen expelled Voleth Meir, they were thrown out.
They reappeared on an unfamiliar red land, and Wallace Meir floated away. That’s easy! But before they could determine the direction, they saw a group of cavalry coming towards them. This is wild hunting, and they ask Xi Rui to join them. Before they got too close, Xi Rui clutched Geralt and Yan tightly and teleported them back to Kyle Morhan. For the first time, we saw not only that Xili could teleport, but she could also travel to other worlds. This is some big news. Yen and Geralt agree that Yen will train Ciri, and they will protect her together. Cheer for the family!
In Redania, Eastrid was captured by the elves, and it was finally revealed that Ciri’s existence was the hen Iker, which means the blood of the elders. Francesca realized that Xili could help them restore the status of the elves as the true ruler of the continent, so the other party was looking for her. Finally, two big news broke. In the previous review, I bet that the owl that everyone has been talking to is Phillipa Eilhart, and I am right! Phillipa is Vizimir’s court mage and transfiguration, which means she can become an animal.She is Hella She is one of the most powerful female warlocks, so it will be a pleasure to see how her role develops in season 3.
Phillipa and Dijkstra colluded together, which is bad news for almost everyone. In Sintra, Fringilla and Cahill sang lyrics to Emperor Enhir, saying that they had been planning to turn the elves to Redania and ordered the murder of the baby. All this is fine, but it was Enhill who ordered the murder, and the two were taken away for betrayal. But what is the relationship between the emperor and Xi Rui? People who have been watching closely will recognize his voice and black hair-he is the hedgehog man Donny, her father.
That’s it for the second season. Hope we don’t have to wait two years for season 3, because I can’t wait to see what happens to our hero. I wish you a good journey, wizard.