The Witcher: the official chronological order of Netflix series

The Witcher: the official chronological order of Netflix series

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Netflix has released an official chronological order that will help The Witcher fans to position and relate events to each other, so they can follow them better.

The Witcher: the official chronological order of Netflix series

Initially born as the "simple" film adaptation of Sapkowski's work, the universe of the monster hunter quickly expanded, going to include the prequel "The Witcher: Blood Origin ” and the animated series “ The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf” . Considering that the facts narrated (even within the same series) are not chronologically continuous, it is not impossible that viewers could be disconcerted by what is shown and lose the thread of the narration.

To give a minimum, the whole more usable, the well-known streaming platform has therefore shown on its social pages an image that places the different phases of the franchise in chronological order. We can therefore see that The Witcher: Blood Origin sets the hypothetical year zero of the setting, while series two takes place in the year 1264, only one year after the conclusion of what was narrated in the first season.

A lot has happened in 1200 years. Here's where The Witcher: Blood Origin sits in the wider timeline…

— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) December 11, 2022

The prequel series will revolve around the Conjunction of the Spheres, the event that radically changed the world created by the Polish author, and will take place over 1200 years earlier than seen in the original series. This will allow you to get to know a completely different world with a greater abundance of monsters and where the various races are united against the common, and unexpected, threat. No one can know what we will see: Sapkowski himself never covered this phase of his setting.

As for The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf , the brand's second spin-off, deals with a completely different historical moment. Set between 1107 and 1165, therefore roughly halfway between the other two works, it shows the moment of maximum splendor of the Wolf style school (the same one to which Geralt of Rivia belongs) and its subsequent decline.

Unfortunately, the posted image shows its limits when it comes to the first season of The Witcher: in fact, three different timelines were covered here spread over a period of about fifty years. Lines that at the time were then explained in detail through a series of guides.

Strangely, the posted timeline does not show where the third season of The Witcher will go: although it obviously takes place after season two, we cannot know how long do you separate the narrated events. to find out we will have to wait for the summer of 2023 , the official release date of The Witcher 3 .

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