The Witcher, Jessica Nigri's Ciri cosplay is from Wild Hunt

The Witcher, Jessica Nigri's Ciri cosplay is from Wild Hunt

The Witcher

Jessica Nigri, the queen of cosplayers, has decided to dedicate a cosplay to Ciri, one of the main characters of The Witcher, to celebrate the arrival of the second season that she will watch while binge watching, as announced in an Instagram post.

Like all of her cosplay, even Ciri's is practically perfect in detail: both the costume and the hairstyle are made in an excellent way, and there is no shortage of valuable accessories such as the sword or the belt.

Consider that there are three photos, so you can watch Nigri as she plays Ciri in different moments and in very different poses, some more static, others more dynamic. It should be emphasized that this is the Ciri of the videogame series, the one seen in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and not that of the television series, much less loved by cosplayers for now.

If you can't breathe without cosplay, admire that of Aphrodite by moonchild_77, Harley Quinn by Alyson Tabbitha, Jinx by SeeU, Yamato from Hana.bunny, Ciri by evildevilbandicoot, Hermione by Kalinka Fox , by Mirko by itskhaiibetch, by Ningguang Bellatrix Aiden, by Alice from Seracoss, by Ann Takamaki by Alina Becker, by Cortana with Master Chief by arrrenae_cosplay, by Vi by grusha_cos, by Momo Yaoyorozu by samycosplay, by Spider-Gwen by Kalinka Fox , by Gwen Stacy from mk_ays, by Nezuko by Aluctoria, by Tifa by missbricosplay, by Mikasa by the famous Enako, by Jinx by bubbleteababydoll, by Powder by Le Josette, by Boa Hancock by mizuhart, by Rebecca Bluegarden by smappybubbles, by Lucy Heartphilia by __ailey__, by Faye Valentine by Ithileryn, by Cortana by Meg Turney, by Jinx by Kalinka Fox, by Momo Yaoyorozu by black_melodie, by Vinsmoke Reiju by Grusha_cos, by Ning guang and Beidou by Bellatrix Aiden and Angelina Chernyak, by Vi da missbri, by Black Maria from Azubises, by Aphrodite by pixie_cosplay_, by Pyramid Head by Jessica Nigri, by Camilla by ShiroKitsune, by an Elf of Blood by Lada Lyumos, by Yennefer by saint_hysteria, by Aela da Jannet, by Lara Croft by Helly Valentine, by Y'shtola by peachmilky, by Eula by Larissa Rochefort, or by Misato by Lada Lyumos, or by Vi by Shirogane-sama, or even the cosplay of Poison Ivy by Daria_Martina, just to introduce you to some of the most recent ones we have talked about.

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‘The Witcher: Blood Origins’ Released A Teaser Trailer Chock Full Of Elves (And News Of A Curiously Named Character)

The Witcher season 2 was not only a banger (in both a literal and figurative sense) but also contained a special treat for those who binged hard, right through the season finale: a teaser trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin. This is prequel series, so we won’t see Geralt or Jaskier or Yennifer or Ciri. Heck, this series takes place so far in the past that there’s not even a swaggery Vesemir in sight. We do, however, see a pre-Witcher world, which appears to be exclusively populated by Elves, and this six-part limited series shall lead up to the creation of the first Witcher in novelist Andrzej Sapkowski’s world.

Netflix released a list of characters, which reveals that the prequel will have a sense of humor on its hands, much like the O.G. series. “Uthrok One-Nut,” who will be portrayed by Dylan Moran. We don’t get to know him in this trailer, but I’m guessing that the ghost of Sons Of Anarchy‘s Half Sack Eps would like a word. In addition, the cast includes Sophia Brown (Éile), Jacob Collins Levy (Eredin), Michelle Yeoh (Scían), Laurence O’Fuarain (Fjall), Mirren Mack (Merwyn), Lenny Henry (Balor), Lizzie Annis (Zacaré), Huw Novelli (Callan “Brother Death”), and more. From the series logline:

Set in an elven world 1200 years before the world of The Witcher: Blood Origin will tell a story lost to time – the creation of the first prototype Witcher, and the events that lead to the pivotal in “conjunction of the spheres,” when the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one.

This story takes place 1,200 years before we first meet Grumpy Geralt of Rivia. Press materials point toward the “Conjunction of the Spheres” being the time when “the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one.” It sure sounds like there are so many monsters running amuck that the Elves or Men banded together to create those mutant, monster-slaying Witchers. If that’s how things go down, it sure adds some interesting shading to the Elve-animosity that we later see in the flagship series.

Look for The Witcher: Blood Origin to debut in 2022.

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