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(IGN)   Buuurrnnnn, Butcher Buuurrrnn, for what do you Yeeeaaarrrnn? How about a Witcher season 2 spoiler discussion threeaaaaddd?   (ign.com) divider line
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2021-12-21 11:37:03 PM  
I liked it. The casting is great, especially Ciri. Hopefully season three comes out rather quickly without sacrificing quality.
 
2021-12-21 11:38:54 PM  
I'm just here for the surprise.
 
2021-12-21 11:40:17 PM  

Kat09tails: I'm just here for the surprise.


Congratulations on your new baby. Hope it's not cursed or anything.
 
2021-12-22 12:02:05 AM  
Ciri is the McGuffin. All of the blades pointed at her will be interesting to sort out. (just finished ep 6)
 
2021-12-22 1:14:06 AM  

IgG4: Ciri is the McGuffin. All of the blades pointed at her will be interesting to sort out. (just finished ep 6)


In Spiderworld this is known as a 'goober.'
 
2021-12-22 5:39:46 AM  
I know it's not following the books but Geralt would never use Ciri as bait nor would Vesemir do any of that dumb shiat that he tried to pull with Ciri either.
 
2021-12-22 7:26:16 AM  
I am deeply disturbed by Lambert being far less of an assh*t than he should be. Yenn is also far less prickly and that kind of bothers me a bit. The series is doing a nice job of making all the characters more sympathetic, but I do miss that all of them miss the playful banter. Yenn and Geralt are missing the wit and intellectual ripostes that they should be needling each other with. I get that they're distilling a few books into a series, but it sort of removes a big part of their relationship. They did sort of touch on the fact that Geralt does have some education, beyond the The Path, and that he's been used to dealing with high society, but I want some more of his dry wit.
 
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