In the past few weeks, we have been getting a lot of reports making their way out of the Witcher sets.
The Most Sort After Character Making Her Show Debut?
The Witcher crew are reaching their final days of schedule, and fans finally have some news they can celebrate over.
We have news that fans will finally get to see one of the most powerful and crooked sorcerers on the continent, Philippa Eilhart.
This has been the case for some time now, but we didn’t have any confirmation. From certain trustworthy reports, it is said that British actress Cassie Clare will play the powerful mage.
The Oxenfurt Connection Getting Clear?
We had news that the extensive set that was being constructed for a while was Oxenfurt.
The fight normally comes to an end after the intervention of Philippa Eilhart.
Who Is She and What Will Her Role be?
Well, according to the book and the games, she takes up different sides now and then. We have no idea what role she will be having in the second season.
Geralt, according to the report, has already met him. Still, there were higher chances of them running into each other again as Geralt goes to Oxenfurt to enquire about some things related to Ciri.
It is said that Dijkstra is based in Oxenfurt, and that’s how he runs into Geralt.
How Big Will Her Impact Be In the Second Season?
Up until now, we had no idea if Philippa Eilhart will be making her appearance. So much so, fans even thought that the historical fight between Geralt and Rience would end without her.
But now we have confirmed reports that actress Cassie Claire of The Bisexual show fame will be playing the powerful mage.
This character is one of the known LGBTQ characters in The Witcher and has been one of the most expected ones.
We still have no idea if she will have a more significant role in the show, as this news has just now reached us right when the shooting schedule is about to end.
Well, according to our bard Jaskier, she is around 300 years old, so she will have a lot of stories to tell; let’s wait and see when she chose to tell us that.