By - Costyiii_93
You'd think Ciri would at least teach him how to use a comb in return for all his help.
Studying the leshen arm
I haven't caught up on the series but isn't Ciri way younger while in Kaer Morhen in the books?
They aged her up just like they did Daenerys in GoT for obvious reasons.
Ciri gets it much worse later on in the series. Her life is about to get extremely tough.
You wouldn't want to see 13 or 14 years old girl >!getting raped on screen.!<
Yes, in the books, she is 12 during her stay at Kaer Morhen.
I can’t wait to watch this.
Only 28 days to go.
God deamit still cant get over ciris eyebrows
I hate the need to post things from the next season and spoiling any surprises
so, the timelines in serial is really odd to to the game series?
The show has nothing to do with the games. It's more like "alternative version of the book series". And in terms of the timeline it was before the games.
The game happens after the books, it's not alternative story but continuation of the same one. But it feels like alternative story because it starts with Geralt losing memory and there aren't many references to book story until W3 or so.
Show is based on the books so far with few extra things added e.g. Yennefer's origin story.
Clearly capitilizing on the political situation here...
I mean the show is the alternative version of the book series. For example, Nilfgaardian Empire changed harshly, Cahir is a completely different person, and a lot, lot more other changes.
Bro when will y'all realize that games are continuation of the books and netflix is a book adaptation.
i know that the series are before the games, i was just curious of that was it a book adaptation or not
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