If The Witcher conquered a majority of spectators, they are also numerous to have been disturbed by its chronology. How to see clearly?
The Witcher has won all the votes since its arrival on Netflix. This does not prevent his fans from agreeing on one point: its complexity. The chronology of the episodes can indeed be very confusing. How are the intricacies of Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer structured? But don’t worry, a fan has the answer! Beware of spoilers …
The Witcher has been online for almost three weeks now, and its success has not been empty. Not only are fans of Andrzej Sapkowski’s books thrilled, but many viewers are discovering the fantasy world. Fortunately, the series remains very faithful. The original universe is respected. And the cast does justice to its flagship characters.
Instead of using and abusing flashbacks, the creator of The Witcher made a more controversial choice. She has indeed opted for a more confused chronology. The stories of his characters thus intertwine before unraveling. This can sometimes be complicated to follow!
How many times have you watched the 1st season of #TheWitcher ? It's been at least 5 for us! With that many re-watches, we deconstructed the timeline. Did you catch all the major events as they happened over the three narratives? https://t.co/YRlcSU3GtE pic.twitter.com/h69CypJO2F
— TheWitcher.tv (@witchertvsite) January 1, 2020
THE WITCHER, KÉSAKO?
If he was ambitious not to spare the spectators, that also complicates the viewing of The Witcher. People had a hard time understanding at first. Fortunately, a fan site decided to put this in order. “The Witcher.TV” thus created an infographic to bring order to the stories of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri.
It is divided into 4 parts: “Long before the fall of Cintra”, “A few days before”, “The fall of Cintra”, “A few days after” This makes it possible to realize that Geralt and Yennefer have known each other for VERY long time. But it also shows that when season 1 of The Witcher ends, the temporality of the characters is identical.