Witcher Blood Origin Post Credit Scene Explained!!

The Witcher Blood Origin has arrived on Netflix just in time for the holidays. The events of The Witcher: Blood Origin takes place thousands of years before Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer’s time and focus on the creation of the first Witcher and the “conjunction of the spheres,” or the moment when the realms of monsters, men, and elves combined into one. Given that it’s a prequel, Henry Cavill won’t appear.

While most of the characters in Blood Origin are new, the Witcher Blood Origin Post credit scene explained the important roles in the ongoing Witcher saga. 

For those who have recently completed The Witcher: Blood Origin and are now wondering what exactly this scene means, you have come to the proper place.

The Witcher Blood Origins Post Credit Scene Explained 

Witcher Blood Origin Post Credit Scene Explained
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The Witcher Blood Origin post credit scene explained the pivotal of season 3 of The Witcher. The streaming company plans to turn The Witcher into a major franchise by creating spinoffs and prequel series.

A major one is The Witcher: Blood Origin, which takes place a full thousand years before the events of the main series and explains how the Conjunction of the Spheres came to be. The origin of the Elder Blood that will reappear in such spectacular fashion in Ciri is revealed, and the story of the First Witcher comes to a head as the prequel trilogy ends. 

The Witcher: Blood Origin is more than just a prologue; it’s a crucial part of the larger story, setting the stage with concepts and, more crucially, characters who will play significant roles in later games. 

Witcher Blood Origin Post Credit Scene Explained
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Because of their knowledge of the actual power of Ciri’s Elder Blood and their desire to utilize it for their ends, Eredin and Avallac’h are destined to play a role in Ciri’s ongoing saga. Due to the prequel series, fans will have a head start figuring out these figures’ motivations before Geralt and Ciri do. 

For Ciri to figure out who she’s up against, she’ll need to listen to the bard’s songs, which are hinted at in the final moments of The Witcher: Blood Origin with a performance of “The Song of the Seven,” confirming that the ancient tale of the Witchers’ origin has been rekindled in anticipation of season 3.

A Post-Credits Scene Revealing Ciri’s Blood Origins Teases Witcher Season 3

Witcher Blood Origin Post Credit Scene Explained
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As a post-credits sequence, The Witcher: Blood Origin takes place before the fall of Cintra in the original The Witcher series. 

The camera pans away to reveal that Avallac’h is watching Ciri as she and her pals play covertly in the streets. Avallac’h is monitoring her too soon and has probably decided not to intervene since Ciri does not yet know about the prophecy that will define her life. 

She has yet to develop the powers that would allow her to tap into the power of the Monoliths. The Conjunction of the Spheres makes it appear that Avallac’h has been transferred to the “present day,” and the audience may be forgiven for thinking this.

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