The Witcher has done it again. This morning the official Twitter for The Witcher dropped two images of Anya Chalotra‘s Yennefer. But unlike Geralt (Henry Cavill) and Ciri (Freya Allan), the images of Yennefer are a bit more ominous. When season one came to a close, Yennefer’s whereabouts were left unknown. The last we saw her, she was setting the battlefield ablaze.
The first image shows the upper body of a battle-damaged and a worn-out Yennefer. She is also wearing the same outfit as she was during the Battle of Sodden Hill. This gives us the impression that the images are from soon after the battle ends. The second image is a close-up on her hands. One of which is bound in a chain, which could mean she is a prisoner. That would explain why she wasn’t seen in the last moments of season one.
After The Witcher‘s first season ended, we put together a post with five questions we needed answered in season two. One of those questions was centered around Yennefer’s whereabouts. By the end of season one, we already knew she would be making an appearance in season two. Originally we thought that since she was one of the main characters, we were definitely going to see her alive, but after more thought we knew that couldn’t be a solid 100%.
However, from the quote used in the tweet, The Witcher is making it perfectly clear that Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer is very much alive. But there is one thing from the quote that is making us worried. The quote reads: “She used her full might, and the battlefield burned. Then she vanished from sight, but Yen will return.” While the second line has us excited, the first one is the more sinister one.
Is there a chance that because Yennefer used everything she had, she will no longer be able to perform magic? Or will she spend part of season two trying to regain her ability? We also need to know who is going to save her from her captors. Let’s hope that season two gives us all of the answers we really need. The Witcher has now shared first looks of three of the main characters. We are hopeful that tomorrow we will get a first look at our favorite bard, Jaskier (Joey Batey)!
Season two of The Witcher is set to release on Netflix in 2021. Let us know in the comments below and on social media your theories on who has Yennefer captive!
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