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The Witcher Season 3 Part 1 Ending Explained

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The-awaited return of Geralt of Rivia is finally here, as The Witcher season 3 part 1 makes its way to Netflix…

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The-awaited return of Geralt of Rivia is finally here, as The Witcher season 3 part 1 makes its way to Netflix, bringing a fresh set of thrilling adventures. If you’re curious about how part 1 concludes, fear not! TwistKoala has got you covered. Just be mindful of potential spoilers if you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet.

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What happened in The Witcher Season 3 Part 1 ending?

The Witcher Season 3 Part 1 ends with a cliffhanger as Dijkstra threatens Geralt of Rivia with a knife to the throat.

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Just as it seemed that Geralt (Henry Cavill) was experiencing a positive turn of events, having finally expressed his feelings to Yennefer (Anya Chalotra), the witcher was caught off guard by the cunning master spy and leader of Redanian Intelligence, Sigismund Dijkstra (Graham McTavish). With a knife pressed against Geralt’s throat, Dijkstra admonished his adversary for not choosing a side, a clear reference to Geralt’s well-known neutrality. As the credits started to roll, Geralt’s fate hung precariously in the balance.

The first part of The Witcher season 3 unfolds with five gripping episodes, delving into Geralt and Yennefer’s efforts to train Ciri (Freya Allan) in mastering her formidable powers. Meanwhile, the malevolent mage Rience (Chris Fulton) keeps a watchful eye on the fate of the Cintra princess, while the ever-present threat of The Wild Hunt looms. To ensure Ciri’s safety, Yennefer, and Geralt escort her to Aretuza, a place where appearances deceive. In this treacherous landscape, Geralt and his comrades must remain vigilant, guarding against the likes of Stregobor (Lars Mikkelsen) and Vilgefortz (Mahesh Jadu).

The upcoming second part of Season 3 is expected to address the reasons behind the recasting of Geralt. Fans are already aware that Cavill will be passing the torch to Liam Hemsworth, who will take on the role of the white-haired witcher starting in Season 4. However, the manner in which Geralt’s physical transformation will be depicted in the story remains a mystery. All will be revealed on July 27, as the final three episodes of Season 3 unfold.

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