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I loved it and will continue to watch. The main criticism I have is that the show jumps backward and forward in time to characters and storylines that are set decades apart, yet seldom gives any indication that it's doing so. Here's what's going on: Think of Geralt's scenes as the present. Ciri's plot, including the sacking of Cintra in the very first episode, takes place years after that present. Yenn's origin, meanwhile, is set decades before Geralt's plotlines in the first half of the seaso
I highly appreciated the starting logo in the last episode. The wolf and the swallow merging in one circle. It was just perfect. I was expecting this show to be a disaster compared to the games and the books, but it combines them just fine. I'm satisfied with it. I especially loved how they managed to present us Yen's past. Ciri is amazing, strong personality just like in the books, and Geralt is just perfect, Still haven't made my peace with the actor choice, but I have to admit he did an amaz