The Witcher Season 2: Characters known to fans will be part of the series, report

The Witcher Season 2: Characters known to fans will be part of the series, report

The Witcher Season 2

According to a new report, Season 2 of The Witcher - the acclaimed Netflix series - will introduce a character known to fans who hasn't yet made an appearance. Precisely, we are talking about an important character for the series of novels: Nenneke, the priestess who resides in the Temple of Melitele, a place dear to Geralt since the stories that are the basis of the novels. Recall that the temple of Melitele had already been mentioned in episode 3 of the first season.

Nenneke has an almost maternal relationship with Geralt of Rivia in the novels of The Witcher and is also linked to Cirilla, the princess who i fans of the saga have already got to know within the first season of the Netflix series. However, we do not know how this character will be used, always assuming that he really makes his appearance.

The report comes from Redanian Intelligence, a site dedicated to the Netflix series. According to reports, the second season will introduce Nenneke and that she could be played by Julie Barclay: it is believed that the woman is somehow related to the series but it is not clear what role; Nenneke's would be adequate at least talking about physical resemblance. It seems that Natasha Fletcher will also be involved with the second season in the role of an unnamed priestess of the Temple of Melitele.

It also seems that Iola (a young student studying to become a priestess) and Jarre (a young man studying as a scribe ), other characters known to readers of The Witcher, will make their appearance in Season 2. The "overabundance" of characters in the Temple suggests that there will be a lot of space for this area and, let's suppose, the relative section of the novel that we will not talk about not to make spoilers.

The report comes from a known and credible source, but obviously it is not to be considered as official information. Furthermore, even if accurate, there is the possibility that there have been or will be changes.

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The Witcher Season 2 Reportedly Introducing Long-Awaited Character

The Witcher Season 2 is reportedly introducing a long-awaited character, or at least a character fans of the book series have been itching to see. The first season of the Netflix show featured a cast of many characters and visited many different locations, but it never made its way to the Temple of Melitele nor did it ever introduce priestess Nenneke. That said, while it remains to be seen if the second season will explore the motherly relationship between Geralt of Rivia and Nenneke, the latter and the Temple of Mlitele will reportedly make their debut in some capacity.

The report comes the way of Witcher experts Redanian Intelligence, who claim the second season will make good on the mention of the temple in episode three of the first season and will complete this by introducing Nenneke.

Right now, it's unclear who's playing Nenneke, but the report notes that they believe it could be Julie Barclay, who is believed to be involved with the second season via an unknown role. Adding to this, the report also relays word of Natasha Fletcher's involvement with the second season as an unnamed priestess at the Temple of Melitele.

The report doesn't end there though. It also claims that Lola and Jarre are joining the show's cast of characters, with the former being a young priestess studying at the temple and the latter being a young boy studying at the temple as a scribe. That said, right now, there's no word of who is playing either of these characters.

All of that said, it's important to remember everything here must be taken with a grain of salt. While the source in question has proven reliable and reputable countless times, nothing here is information of the official variety. Further, even if it's all accurate, it's also subject to change.

The Witcher Season 2 is currently scheduled to release sometime this year. For more coverage on the show -- including all of the latest news, rumors, leaks, and speculation on the TV adaptation -- click here. Meanwhile, as always, feel free to leave a comment or two letting us know what you think or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ and let me know over there. What characters do you want to see introduced in Season 2 of The Witcher?

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