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The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf Review

by Tom Riddle
The Witcher Nightmare of the Wolf review

Who would have thought that a franchise based on the best-selling Polish novel The Witcher would have come this far? From the days of being famous only in the country to content that is accepted by people around the world Make it one of our Geek Pop Culture, no different from other popular franchises before.

And while they have video games, literature, series, most of the story within The Witcher universe is not told in such a wide-ranging fashion, leaving fans eager to know the stories that lie within those gaps. and expect to see it once with my own eyes Maybe because they want to create more understanding. to feel more ‘accessible’ to this franchise than ever before.

Geralt, the protagonist of the story, has been seen many times since the first video game The Witcher released. Before becoming a tangible character in the Netflix series, but fans know that history. And the gap they wanted to know wasn’t just within Geralt. They wanted to know how The Witcher’s inner world worked. What could have turned out to be this way, and The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is the story to unravel those gaps.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is a story that revolves around Vesemir, Grandmaster Witcher, who is Geralt’s teacher and will play a role in the upcoming season of the series. Set back many years before the events of the series, this is the first time we’ll get a deeper insight into Vesemir’s story behind video games and literature with just the touch of a hand. But didn’t touch it directly like this time.

You get to see the story of the world before Geralt’s story begins, with Vesemir leading the way. As a teenager, everything is told step by step. We see him growing up from a boy who has nothing. through hardships to become a demon hunter of the era Learn what drove him to this point. before introducing him as a new character in The Witcher Season 2.

Aside from Vesemir’s life, what’s undeniable that fans want to know and understand is the story behind the world. Although we are tied to Vesemir, this character is a key. Help solve the information for us as well. From the story of the process of becoming a Witcher, to the internal politics of the world, to war, everything we wanted to see Vesemir took us through almost everything.

An important element of The Witcher is the choice of “Nothing is right. There’s nothing wrong with it.” It’s also in The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, where you’ll have to think about each action of the characters, even Vesemir, what they’re doing. Are they doing it right? And who exactly is the villain? Well, The Witcher does well in any medium, throwing a morally stale in a “non-existent” way. “Difficult to swallow” for the audience to share their thoughts. Discuss with the characters what is good, what is bad, and what is less bad. Or it might be nothing good or bad at all. It’s just that each person’s thoughts are not the same.

What’s interesting, besides the plot and the content, would be the commendable animation design. The design works by Studio Mir, a legendary studio that has worked in numerous animation titles such as The Legend of Korra, Dota: Dragon’s Blood and many others, to create the world of The Witcher lets you see the world as Vesemir himself saw, touch as Vesemir felt, in every emotion. Whether it’s cruelty, drought, fun, every temperature, every feeling, Studio Mir can crack it all.

Especially many fight scenes that are the focus of the story. It is thanks to them that they convey their emotions through animation. without the need for extended explanations from the characters Just how the action of a scene is in a matter of minutes Studio Mir uses those moments to explain the context in an incredible way for the audience to understand. It was as if they had telepathically connected to the screenwriting team. and remove the letters to make a picture perfectly.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is another very interesting addition to the Witcher franchise because it tells a story. “Undisclosed” of the main characters in this world. It is like recording the history of previous stories that should be known. It’s also a great standalone story in and of itself. There’s love, suffering, betrayal. Whether you’re a The Witcher fan or not, here’s another great anime this year. that you should not miss.

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