‘The Witcher’ became one of the favorite series of many on Netflix, and a fictional world so vast as where you live, Geralt of Rivia, you must operate with their own rules, that’s why it has been revealed that is what is meant by the so famous “Witcher Code” that Geralt has used throughout its different adaptations.
‘The Witcher’ was created by the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski at the beginning of the decade of the 90, and from there it became a series with a total of eight books. But outside of the publishing world, this saga is best known for his adaptations of video games, and in 2019 it was known worldwide to make the leap to the world of the series thanks to Netflix.
This series was one of the most awaited releases of the last year of Netflix to be the best premiere that has had the streaming in years. For those who still may not be as familiar with the series, its story follows Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill, a hunter of monsters improved known as a Witcher; that because of the destiny board your way with the Yennefer (Anya Shallot), a powerful sorceress; and the princess Ciri (Freya Allan). Their stories are counted separately and are set in different points of time, but their paths come together towards the end of the season.
Along its different adaptations Geralt has used many times a code that prevents you from interfering, or make some things or jobsbut finally it has been revealed that means the famous ” Witcher Code’. And it is in the books, which Geralt explains there is no such code, and that’s simply what you use when you don’t want to do something, because people respect a “code” rather than a “no”.
As seen in the series of Netflix, all admire the work of Geralt and what they come to describe as legendary, and thanks to the songs he composed Jaskier, it becomes very popular and respected by all, and that is in large part thanks to its invented “Witcher Code”. The second season of ‘The Witcher’ does not have a release date, and now their recordings are suspended until further noticebecause of the pandemic caused by the outbreak of COVID-19.