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The Witcher

In February 2020, Netflix announced Kim Bodnia had been cast as Vesemir, an experienced witcher and a mentor to Geralt.[47] Other additions included Kristofer Hivju,[48] Yasen Atour,[49] Agnes Born, Paul Bullion, Thue Ersted Rasmussen,[50] Aisha Fabienne Ross, and Mecia Simson.[47] In September 2020, it was announced that Basil Eidenbenz would replace Rasmussen in the role of Eskel.[51] In November 2020, Rebecca Hanssen was announced for the role of Queen Meve.[52]

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In January 2020, Netflix announced an animated spin-off film titled The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, focusing on the origin story of Geralt's mentor and fellow witcher Vesemir. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and Beau DeMayo worked on the film, with production by Studio Mir.[152] It was released on August 23, 2021.[153]

The Witcher (Polish: Wiedźmin pronounced [ˈvʲɛd͡ʑmʲin]) is a series of six fantasy novels and 15 short stories written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. The series revolves around the eponymous "witcher", Geralt of Rivia. In Sapkowski's works, "witchers" are beast hunters who develop supernatural abilities at a young age to battle wild beasts and monsters. The Witcher began with a titular 1986 short story that Sapkowski entered into a competition held by Fantastyka magazine, marking his debut as an author. Due to reader demand, Sapkowski wrote 14 more stories before starting a series of novels in 1994. Known as The Witcher Saga, he wrote one book a year until the fifth and final installment in 1999. A standalone prequel novel, Season of Storms, was published in 2013.

With the positive reader reception to his short stories, Sapkowski decided to write a fantasy saga.[12] He claimed that Polish publishers at the time believed only Anglo-Saxon fantasy authors were worth publishing and that Polish writers of the genre were too risky. SuperNowa were the only publisher willing to take the risk, and "Now everybody envies" them.[14] For the saga, the author expanded on the story he used for "A Question of Price" and "Sword of Destiny".[14] Blood of Elves, the first novel in The Witcher Saga, was published in 1994.[12] The story focuses on Geralt of Rivia and Ciri, who are linked by destiny. Ciri, princess of a recently conquered country and a pawn of international politics, becomes a witcher-in-training. Geralt is drawn into a whirlwind of events in his attempts to protect her.

Although wiedźmin is now usually translated into English as "witcher", an earlier translation of the title was "hexer" (the title of the 2001 film adaptation and the first official English translation in the 2000 short story collection Chosen by Fate: Zajdel Award Winner Anthology);[41] Hexe and Hexer are the German words for female and male 'witch' respectively.[39] CD Projekt used "witcher" for the title of its 2007 English release of the video game,[40] and Danusia Stok used it in her translation of Ostatnie życzenie that was published the same year.[42][43] Michael Kandel however used "spellmaker" in his 2010 translation of the "Wiedźmin" short story for A Book of Polish Monsters anthology.[44] 041b061a72


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