Ciri Trains In Netflix’s New Witcher Trailer

We’re only a handful of days away from the release of Season 2 of Netflix’s The Witcher. Today they dropped a new trailer, featuring the displaced Princess of Cintra, Ciri.

In the clip, we see Ciri running The Pendulum, a training tool for young Witchers. Obviously, this is designed to be an agility training tool. Teaching footwork, awareness, and flexibility. All the while teaching a single misstep can be painful.

Ciri isn’t alone either. Watching on, ensuring she doesn’t get seriously hurt, are two more Wolf-School Witchers, Coen and Lambert. These two, along with Eskel, are Witchers that were raised with Geralt and can be seen in Netflix’s The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.

Season 2 promises to show us the beginning of Ciri’s journeys with Geralt. Additionally, we’ll learn more about the White Wolf’s history, along with the Witchers themselves. We’ll also finally be able to meet Geralt’s adopted father, the Witcher Vesimir.

The Witcher, Season 2 begins streaming on December 17th, on Netflix. You can watch Season 1 now, in addition to the animated movie The Nightmare Of The Wolf. Furthermore, you can check out the original Witcher novels, or play CD Projekt Red’s Witcher game series as well. Finally, R. Talsorian Games has a fantastic Witcher Tabletop RPG. Check it all out if you want to dive into the world of The Continent, and learn all about The Witcher!

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Joseph “Joe” Davis has love for all things in pop culture. From Alignment charts to Zombies, he’s always up to chat about the weird, wonderful world of geekdom. When not indulging his inner nerd, Joe is a husband and has far too many cats, living in a suburb southeast of Houston, where he almost constantly plays video games, board games and tabletop roleplaying games, which he’s done for almost his whole life.

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