FIND THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF THE WITCHER THE NIGHTMARE OF THE WOLF ON NETFLIX!
The Witcher Nightmare of the Wolf is out now on Netflix! To learn all about the explanation at the end, read on! Netflix’s new animated spin-off on the mega-popular media franchise Witcher, which was adapted from Andrzej Sapkowski’s Polish novels into blockbuster video games and then into a live-action TV series, is aimed fairly straight at fans current series.
This is a prequel to a character who was not on the show and concerns about a major event in the history of the universe. Some, if not all, of this event, could be hinted at in the upcoming second season of the series directed by Henry Cavill, but the series largely functions as such, as an elegant way to flesh out a rich fantasy setting.
It also contains major plot twists, character deaths, and thematic elements that help make the film, like all of Witcher’s stories, a tale of intolerance and self-preservation above all else, and it’s worth taking a closer look at at at the end of the movie. For the explanation of The Witcher’s Nightmare of the Wolf ending, read on!
EXPLANATION OF THE END OF THE WITCHER THE NIGHTMARE OF THE WOLF
Heidrich created the hybrids between the Kitsu and the Mahr, who in turn attempted to create monsters in her own image from the elven girls she kidnapped. However, these experiments were unsuccessful. During the hunt, Vesemir and Tetra find the remains of these unfortunate elven girls.
After Vesemir and Tetra find out, the former lets his elf friend Fil go with the only survivor of the experiments before returning to Kaer Morhen to confront Deglan. Elsewhere, Tetra discovers that the Kitsu-Mahr hybrid is still alive. She finds the creature and convinces her to join her in her quest for revenge against wizards.
It is revealed that a wizard killed Tetra’s mother after accusing her of witchcraft and theft. She then returns to Ard Carraig and gives the king proof of the wizarding crimes. Luka is then executed, and Tetra heads to Kaer Morhen with a large crowd of soldiers, civilians, and his henchmen.
Vesemir abandons Kaer Morhen to Illyana after she persuades him to save the Kitsu-Mahr hybrid’s life. They come to a complete stop in front of a frozen lake. With magic, Vesemir makes him as hot as a hot spring. As Illyana passes out in his arms, Vesemir lets himself go into grief for the first time.
Vesemir will have to rebuild the school from scratch. With the death of Reidrich and his acolytes, there is no one left with the knowledge of alchemy to turn ordinary humans into wizards. This means that Vesemir must find a mage who can accomplish such a task.
In a way, that’s a good thing. This gives Geralt and the other future wizards a fresh start, without the baggage of their predecessors. The film ends as Vesemir fully assumes his role as mentor to Geralt and the others.