The holidays are right around the corner, and so is The Witcher Season 2. While we plan our trips to visit and be there with our families, Netflix has treated us with a little family portrait as well. Following the celebration of 12 Days of Witchmas, we got to see a family portrait of Geralt and his family. Henry Cavill, Freya Allan, and Kim Bodnia stood together as their characters Geralt, Ciri, Vesemir got their family portrait clicked.
The new season of the Netflix Original will pick up from the very point where Season 1 ended. Geralt and Ciri united, Yennefer has gone missing, and chaos spread across Sodden Hill. Adapting the book series of the same name, The Witcher follows Geralt of Rivia on his adventures. Written by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, the series has one of the biggest and most dedicated fan bases around the globe.
Vesemir, Geralt and Cirilla – A look into the familial bonds
We know that Geralt and Vesemir have a bond that is not just about being a student and a teacher; Vesemir is more like a father to Geralt, and it was obvious in the recent clip that we saw of the duo. Vesemir is clearly not happy with Geralt, because he claimed the child from the Law of Surprise. We will surely get to know about the reasons Vesemir advised Geralt to not claim the child.
Meanwhile, Geralt didn’t just claim the child from the Law of Surprise, he actually brought her to Kaer Morhen to protect her. We all want to see how that went, and what Vesemir had to say about it. According to the books, the duo of Ciri and Vesemir will have a charming bond, and we will love to see the same happen in the show. However, we know that it all went down pretty well, as we have already seen a video of Ciri training as a witcher.
The Witcher Season 2: The Family Portrait
Just last night, we received a gift from Netflix, and that was a portrait of the trio of Vesemir, Geralt, and Ciri. We get a proper vintage vibe from this portrait that is most probably clicked at the witcher keep of Kaer Morhen. Ciri looks absolutely adorable in the witcher attire, and the witchers Geralt and Vesemir appear to be quite intimidating. Check out the original post here.
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