The Witcher: Blood Origin’s latest trailer puts Jaskier in the prequel

Netflix’s first full trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin shines a highlight on the prequel’s key characters performed by Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown, and Laurence O’Fuarain. Nevertheless it additionally comes with a little bit of a shock on the very finish, revealing the return of Joey Batey’s Jaskier.

The bard’s return doesn’t make all that a lot sense but, because the collection takes place 1,200 years earlier than The Witcher, however it might need one thing to do with the large monoliths included within the trailer which are “inflicting tears between worlds.” In the direction of the tip of the trailer, Jaskier’s lute seems, whereas Minnie Driver’s Seanchai, a personality described by Netflix as a “shapeshifting collector of outdated lore with the talents to journey between time and worlds” asks a disheveled-looking Jaskier to “sing a narrative again to life.”

Except for the sudden return of Jaskier, the brand new trailer additionally highlights the total group of outcasts that should come collectively to struggle an “unstoppable empire,” and provides us a glimpse at Lenny Henry as Chief Sage Balor. Along with Yeoh’s Scian, Brown’s Eile, and O’Fuarain’s Fjall, the collection will star Mirren Mack as Princess Merwyn, Francesca Mills as Meldof, Huw Novelli as Brother Demise, and Zach Wyatt and Lizzie Annis because the celestial twin sages, Syndril and Zacaré.


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