Netflix has launched a brand new teaser for The Witcher: Blood Origin, the four-part prequel to The Witcher collection.
Set in an elven world 1,200 years earlier than the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, the prequel tells of the creation of the prototype Witcher and the occasions that led to the pivotal Conjunction of the Spheres when the worlds of monsters, males, and elves merged to change into one.
This collision created rifts of various realms bringing with it a power often known as chaos or magic. The occasion additionally displaced many native races, unable to struggle off so many harmful creatures.
The mini-series may also present how the Continent, as soon as dominated by elves and untouched by man’s colonization, was a “thriving society” stuffed with quite a few kingdoms. It was a technically superior period in magic and science, but whereas enlightened, it additionally had its fair proportion of issues attributable to being a hierarchical society. Residents have been both “highborn or lowborn,” and this type of racism and specie-ism was prevalent.
Blood Origin will observe the historical past of the elves’ collapse via the eyes of three heroes named Scian, Eile, and Fjall, portrayed by Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, and Laurence O’Fuarain, respectively. Out for vengeance of 1 kind or one other, the story will cowl the views of their enemies as properly.
Minnie Driver may also star within the quick collection as Seanchai, a shapeshifting storyteller who can journey between worlds and occasions. Mirren Mack will play princess Merwyn, and Lenny Henry stars as Chief Sage Balor, the king’s right-hand man.
The Witcher: Blood Origin will air on Netflix December 25.