The Witcher season 3 ending explained

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WARNING: This article contains spoilers from The Witcher. 

Geralt of Rivia (played by Henry Cavill) is seriously injured at the beginning of the season finale after he was attacked by Vilgefortz (Mahesh Jadu).

He is still determined to leave with Jaskier (Joey Batey) to carry on the search for missing Ciri (Freya Allan) but the dryads who are healing him, insist he is too weak.

Meanwhile, Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) heard rumours Ciri is going to Nilfgaard and realises that Vilgefortz is taking her to Emhyr, also known as The White Flame (Bart Edwards) which would be a disaster for the whole Continent.

It is during her search with the other sorceresses by her side, that they find the remains of the girls taken by Vilgefortz.

They also find Philippa (Cassie Clare) and together, they are able to reverse the spell and return the girls back to their human forms, as well as give them a proper burial.

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As part of Francesca (Mecia Simson) and Fringilla’s (Mimi Ndiweni) plan, they propose to Emhyr, proposing that he returns both of them to Cintra which he agrees to but he doesn’t let the Elven army, the Scoia’tael go with them.

Francesca then must decide if she is to abandon her arm to save the rest of her people or watch as they all die.

Elsewhere at Aretuza, Tissaia (MyAnna Buring) feels broken and as the service for the novices begins, she tells Yennefer she will rejoin once she has composed herself.

Suddenly, Yennefer feels a pain in her wrist and knows something terrible has happened to Tissaia and is stunned to see that she has taken her own life as a result of her guilt.

Yennefer then goes to a still-wounded Geralt and tells him about the rumours of Ciri going to Nilfgaard and with some extra help from her in healing, they begin to prepare for their journey.

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As this is going on, King Vizimir (Ed Birch) is still raging with Dijkstra (Graham McTavish) for breaking his promises and tells him to kill his closest ally Philippa to prove himself.

Dijkstra refuses to kill her but she states she already has it all in hand, having ordered a member of his court to murder Vizimir to enable his brother Radovid (Hugh Skinner) takes over the throne.

It becomes even more intense for Francesca and Fringilla though as the latter is furious Francesca would even consider disinheriting the Scoia’tael.

So much so that she informs her that it was Emhyr who killed her baby and is left horrified that Fringilla knew all of this time and vows to get her revenge on both of them.

Meanwhile, Geralt and Jaskier run into trouble with some overbearing guards who are blocking their passage and demanding identification from everyone who passes.

They pass, but Geralt can’t overlook a family behind him being shouted down by the guards and fights dozens of them off – with a little help from Milva. Cavill’s final scene shows him walking off into the distance with Jaskier and Milva – on his way to Ciri.

But the season ends with Ciri. As tears run down her face, the Rats ask her name. Harking back to the princess who led a rebellion, she answers: “You can call me Falka.”, revealing that she is actually a descendant of the woman who led an infamous rebellion which led to her being killed on the stake for her actions.

The Witcher is available to watch on Netflix.

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