Ciri Prepares To Face the Monsters of the Continent As ‘The Witcher’ Season 3 Brings Time of Contempt to Life

Ciri Prepares To Face the Monsters of the Continent As ‘The Witcher’ Season 3 Brings Time of Contempt to Life

Slowly but steadily, the third season of The Witcher is taking shape. With every passing day, we are getting closer to the faithful time we will get to stream the third season of one of Netflix’s most popular shows. The show is still very much in the middle of production. As a result, a lot of predictions cannot be made. However, after all the updates till now, one thing is for certain: Ciri will have a much larger role in The Witcher season three.

In the current season of the fantasy drama series, viewers get a short glimpse of the vast power of Ciri. But according to a new update, it looks the new season will witness a lot more action from the lion cub of Cintra. Let us take a look at the new update.

The Witcher there will mark the fight between Ciri and an iconic monster

Andrzej Sapkowski’s renowned Time of Contempt novel has several moments and sequences that most Witcher fans can look forward to seeing in Season three. The most notable is, of course, the Thanedd coup, which is currently in filming. But there is one more iconic moment that we know we’ll witness in the midst of the forthcoming season.

It was reported in June that Fabio Sachs had been cast in The Witcher Season three, implying that the highly thrilling and memorable episode in Gors Velen, where Fabio takes Ciri on a tour of the town, and they wind up watching a spectacle featuring a “basilisk,” will be included. Of course, that was a wyvern, not a basilisk.

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What’s the “basilisk” incident about?

Barker, the charlatan in Gors Velen, tries to pass a wyvern off as a basilisk to his show’s oblivious audience. He has no idea that among them is a young witcheress who recognizes that this is not a basilisk.

When Ciri calls him out on his falsehoods, Barker becomes furious, and the wyvern escapes from its prison. Ciri carries her blade with her and kills the wyvern, luckily. This scene will give us a look at the sword skills of Ciri on an actual target, not dummies at Kaer Morhen.

Do you think Ciri will be more active in battles in The Witcher season three? Feel free to drop your thoughts in the comments below.

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