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‘The Witcher’ refuses to disappear from the conversation of the lovers of tv fiction. is Netflix has ensured this by launching a great interactive map for allowing us to know better the universe of the series, but certainly also in part by the criticism of the narrative structure chosen to tell the story in his remarkable first season.
do A reply to the criticisms?
Lauren Hissrich, showrunner of ‘The Witcher’, already answered a few days ago those criticisms, but it seems that Netflix have considered that it was not enough and we have put it a little more easy. The map dates back to the creation of this world with the conjunction of the spheres, and concludes -care with the spoilers– with the encounter between Geralt and Ciri in the final episode.
On the map in question you will find four different lines, the gray serves to illustrate important events that happen in that universe, while the orange follows the story of Geralt, the blue of Yennefer and the green of Ciri. In this way we can see better when it happens every major series and their location and situation to be temporary accurate.
it Is clear that this would not have been necessary in the case that the public had gone well in the narrative game proposed by Hissrich, but good. we value the effort and keep in mind that the second season will not be as well -and it is that Netflix was confident in both his success the renovated before you release it-. The map itself reminds us, if we intend to move forward in time the point up to which he has come to the series with the message “Something ends, something begins“…
The news ‘The Witcher’: Netflix launches a handy interactive map to better understand the universe of the series was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
January 12, 2020
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