The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is a role-playing game with strong elements of story, exploration and combat. The second season finale was released on May 19th, 2018 which has left many questioning what exactly happened in the final episode. This blog will break down each character’s actions throughout the last episode to reveal everything that transpired during it
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Season 2 of The Witcher is now available on Netflix, and many fans have either completed or are close to finishing the season. For those who have completed, the last episode and the program’s concluding moments bring a lot to the universe and introduce new characters and storylines for season 3. That’s why, as part of our Witcher CRAM, we’re breaking down everything that occurred in the last moments and explaining what it all means, who these characters are, and how it all ties into season 3. But be warned: there will be spoilers, so if you haven’t completed the series yet, you may want to wait till later.
Okay, this is your final opportunity. Are we in good shape? Good. After Ciri is taken over by a strong sorceress called Voleth Meir, who was formerly imprisoned by Witchers but is now free, the last great fight of Season 2 takes place in Kaer Morhen. Before being detected, she manages to murder numerous Witchers, and Geralt, Vesemir, Lambert, Coen, Yennefer, and Jaskier attempt to rescue Ciri and extract the witch from her.
After Voleth Meir smashed the Medallion Tree to show it was a monolith, she creates a gateway and summons three Basilisks to combat Geralt and the Witchers, more Witchers die. Eventually, Yennefer absorbs Voleth Meir, freeing Ciri for a while, and they utilize Ciri’s skills to force Meir into the portal, but they also accompany her. Meir then makes contact with an approaching army on horseback, which is none other than the Wild Hunt. Ciri, Yennefer, and Geralt are riding towards them, urging Ciri to return home and join them. Ciri takes the three back to their world before they can catch up, and Yennefer quickly finds her power and bond to chaos has returned.
Following the fight at Kaer Morhen, we go on to a discussion amongst the Brotherhood of Sorcerers, which features Maeve’s first appearance. They place a reward on Ciri and anybody who defends her, and then we shift to Rience, who has a brief scene with Lydia and will now have some clout in Vilgefortz’s camp.
Then we travel on to the Elves, where Francesca is seeking justice for the death of her infant. She and the elves exacted vengeance on the humans in Redania by kidnapping their kids. When the troops bring in Istredd, Francesca isn’t interested in listening to him until he mentions the words Hen Ikeir, which means Elder Blood. Francesca believes this is the one who will rescue them, as predicted by Ithlinne’s prophesy.
The owl we’ve seen throughout the series has been keeping track of everything, and we next see the owl in Dijkstra’s chamber, where the owl morphs into Philippa Eilhart as he speaks. When she tells him what’s going on, he responds, “Bring me the bard, it’s about time he paid back his benefactor,” which sets up a season 3 plot with Jaskier.
Then we return to Kaer Morhen, where Geralt expresses his displeasure with Yennefer for attempting to hand Ciri up to Voleth Meir. She realizes she has injured him and wishes they could start again, but despite his rage, he begs her to assist Ciri in learning to manage her abilities, as she is the only one who has been able to assist her so far. We’ll see more of them together next season since Yennefer agrees and doesn’t trust anybody else to handle the job.
Geralt then goes on to add that Villentretenmerth informed them they were intended for one other and that they were made for each other “However, nothing would come of it since fate isn’t enough. There is a need for something greater. She’s more than that.”
After that, we encounter Ciri, who says “Every time I think I’m making progress, this force pulls me back into the darkness. Geralt, I’m simply weary “.. He claims to be fatigued as well, but life goes on. According to Geralt, “We’ll all pitch in to support one other. It is impossible to prevent what is predestined.” “And it shouldn’t be,” Yennefer continues.
According to Geralt, “I think I understand what Voleth Meir was looking for from you. We believed she was from another sphere since she’d been here since the conjunction “.. “Is that where I moved us, another sphere?” Ciri inquires. According to Geralt, “Those broken monoliths, the ones from which you summon monsters, might be portals to other worlds. She wishes for you to return home. You hold the key to her future success. What I’m not sure about is when Nilfgard realizes you’re the key to their success. They were the first to know. Ciri, how do they know you’re telling the truth?”
The last piece of the jigsaw arrives when we meet Emperor Emhyr var Emreis, also known as the White Flame. Cahir and Fringilla are bringing him up to speed, but he claims he can no longer trust any of them to complete their task, and he discloses that he is the one who murdered the elf infant and began the war. He then reveals that he is really Duny, who was married to Pavetta and was Ciri’s parents until Geralt saved them back in Cintra and took the Law of Surprise from them season 1.
Yeah, it was a tense conclusion, but it’s there, and it sets up a lot for Season 3.
Are you looking forward to Season 3 and what were your thoughts on Season 2? Let us know in the comments, and as usual, you can reach out to me on Twitter @MattAguilarCB to discuss all things Witcher!
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