The Witcher season 2: Netflix shares three new images of the shooting, the arrival of Scoia’tael unveiled?

The Witcher season 2: Netflix shares three new images of the shooting, the arrival of Scoia’tael unveiled?

The Witcher season 2: Netflix shares three new images of the shooting, the arrival of Scoia’tael unveiled?

For Christmas, Netflix revealed the first image of the Scoia’tael in season 2 of The Witcher.

Although star Henry Cavill was injured while filming The Witcher season 2 at the start of the week, the future episodes continue to unfold little by little. Indeed, after revealing much of the cast, Netflix slipped into the shoes of Santa Claus a few days in advance. The streaming platform has decided to offer fans of the fantasy show three new exclusive images that allow them to learn a little more about the plot. Good news for Witcher aficionados since they represent a collection of swords, medallions bearing the symbol of the School of the Wolf, and finally a banner bearing the insignia of the formidable elven army Scoia’tael.

Of the three shots, it is especially the second that makes the fans of the franchise happy. And for good reason, the photo reveals the very first image of Scoia’tael, a group of non-human rebel warriors. An army made up mainly of elves, hobbits and dwarves who live – according to some theories – in the forest, feeding mainly on hazelnuts. Very virulent towards the Northern Kingdoms, she fights for the freedom of non-humans and against racism and intolerance to which she is the object on a daily basis.. A little less encouraging news for Geralt of Rivia who will most likely be unhappy to cross paths with these brutal fighters. While it’s hard to predict exactly what role the Scoia’tael will play, it’s certain that his fate in season 2 of The witcher will be linked to the beautiful Francesca Findabair, the elven princess of Dol Blathanna. A powerful ancient sorceress responsible for escalating wars between elves and humans.

Credit: Screenrant

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