Is Ciri Alive or Dead in The Witcher Season 2? What happened to her? was she passed by Voleth Meir, the Deathless Mother? Plus, we also got to know that Elder’s blood is flowing through her veins, and how will this change her life? If you are looking for an answer to the following queries well, you are at the right place. Please read this article till the end to know the details.
The Witcher Season 2: Is Ciri Dead or Alive?
Coming straight to the point, No, Ciri hasn’t died yet. She is still alive.
When Ciri moved to Kaer Morhen with Geralt, she started training as a Witcher there.
Kaer Morhen is a weird place that is also considered a home base of the witchers.
But soon, Ciri gets accustomed to the things over here, and these witchers, too, started thinking of her as their extended family.
Soon in The Witcher, Season 2 proceeds with the exciting part where the witchers of Kaer Morhen learn that they are not the only monsters on the planet and surely there would be some more outside, and these monsters are behind the life of Ciri.
Geralt has killed the fellow witcher Eskel because he was infected. After that, Ciri’s life was also in danger, and to avoid any confrontation for Ciri, Geralt in The Witcher Season 2 calls upon Triss Merigold to help Ciri with magic.
As the story of The Witcher season 2 proceeds, more aspects of the story starts to unfold, we learn that Ciri has once destroyed the monolith, an ancient structure that had been there since the Conjunction.
Triss advises Geralt to get more information regarding this episode because that would help them decide the further course of action.
When Geralt starts to learn more about the monolith destruction incident, we also come across another aspect: Elder’s blood is running in Ciri’s veins.
As soon as Triss knows about this, she performs a Dol Durza on Ciri to resonate with her ancestorial powers and get the most out of her origin.
Istredd promises Triss that he will do everything to turn Ciri into a witcher because she has the blood of Elder into her, and that would be a crucial ingredient of the concoction that would create more witchers.
Geralt and Ciri then finally leave Kaer Morhen and go to the Temple of Melitele, where Ciri meets Yennefer for the first time.
Yennefer lost her all powers, and according to the promise by the deathless mother or Voleth Meir, to get her powers back, the Voleth Meir had one condition to be fulfilled, which includes Ciri being brought to Cintra.
This was the initial plan of Yennefer, but Yennefer, after knowing Ciri, had a change of heart and didn’t go forward with her plans.
By that time, Geralt got to know about the true motives of Yennefer, he also reached the spot to save Ciri, and thankfully, Ciri was saved; later on, Geralt sent Ciri to Kaer Morhen, and while returning, Ciri got possed by the Voleth Meir, the Deathless Mother.
And ultimately, in the finale, in order to save Ciri, Yennefer puts her life in danger and gives her body as a sacrifice so that Voleth Meir, the Deathless, leaves Ciri’s body as a vessel and gets to Yenner’s body.
Then Geralt realized that to get Voleth and the basilisk back to their realm, they would have to open a portal which Ciri did, and as soon as they arrived in their portal, Voleth Meir immediately fled to her home.
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Meaning Voleth Meir was only looking for a vessel to return to her home.
When they went to the new multiverse territory, we also came across the Wild Hunt, also known as Wraiths of Mörhogg; they sensed Ciri’s Elder blood and said to Ciri:
“Join the Elder Blood, starry-eyed Daughter of Chaos. Join our hunt. Your place is among us.”
But with due time in hand, Yennefer, Geralt and Ciri returned to their original timeline.
In the final scene of the show, we have unleashed yet another aspect to the life of Ciri that her father is still alive; one of the Unbeknownst says this to Ciri.
Ciri’s father is none other than the emperor Nilfgaard, who later comes to Cintra to find her daughter.