The Witcher: Blood Origin hides a connection between Ciri and Geralt

The Witcher: Blood Origin hides a connection between Ciri and Geralt

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Although set 1200 years before the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher: Blood Origin hides a connection to Geralt and Ciri. It is not just the presence of Jaskier, singer of this legend linked to the origins of the world of The Witcher, but a series of revelations about the past of this world, which also shed light on a particular moment which, in the previous seasons of the main series , starred Geralt and Ciri.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for The Witcher: Blood Origin

The Witcher spin-off Blood Origin hides a link between Ciri and Geralt

The Witcher: Blood Origin is the first spin-off series of the famous Netflix fantasy series inspired by the novels by Andrzej Sapkoswki, which takes us back in time to the moment in which the world was born move monster hunters known as witchers, or witchers.

The official synopsis of the series does not fail to enhance this important passage:

Set in a world populated by elves 1200 years before the world of The Witcher, Blood Origin will tell a story lost in time: the origin of the first Witcher and the events that led to the pivotal 'joining of the spheres', when the worlds of monsters, men and elves became one world

In the latest episode of The Witcher: Blod Origin , we discover how Ellie, the elf warrior known as Skylark, is pregnant with Fjall's son, who sacrificed himself in her place to face the terrible process that it would make him the prototype of future witchers. During this long process, the two elves shared an intimate moment, which led to the conception of a new life. After the culminating events of the series, Ellie meets again with the young prophetess Ithlinne, who by touching her abdomen prophesies the birth of a lineage that will culminate with Ciri.

This element also motivates the title of the spin off of The Witcher , given that the feared origins of blood (in the original blood origin ) concern precisely the birth of the bloodline which will culminate with the birth of Ciri, also suggesting that in reality there is a blood bond that unites Ciri to Geralt, considering that they both both descend from the same bloodline. While not making them directly related, considering that 1200 years have passed between the events of The Witcher: Blood Origin and the main series, this detail means that Ciri and Geralt share both the same genes and a DNA component of the monsters seen in the spin series off.

We need to evaluate how the procedure that transformed Fjall will evolve over time, considering that we know that witchers, as a consequence of their mutation, are sterile. A detail that leads us to wonder if the future third season of The Witcher will address this aspect of the evolution of witchers.

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