Final 3 episodes of The Witcher S3 on Netflix mark end of Henry Cavill's Geralt. Liam Hemsworth takes over as lead for future seasons.
After an incredible journey as Geralt, I step aside for Season 4. Liam Hemsworth takes the helm as the White Wolf. Excited for his portrayal!
Hemsworth takes over as Geralt in The Witcher S4 seamlessly, akin to Twilight's Victoria recasting. Like Game of Thrones' Daario switch, but with the main character.
With Hemsworth as Geralt in S4, existing relationships with Yennefer, Ciri, and others can progress naturally, allowing storylines to evolve.
Season 3 finale: Geralt heals with dryads after Vilgefortz battle. Jaskier reveals Ciri heading to Nilfgaard, spurring Geralt's determination to go.
Post-Aretuza destruction, Yennefer supports troubled mentor Tissaia, who's devastated by Thanedd Coup failure. Despite reassurances, Tissaia takes her own life.
This leaves Yennefer to lead the remaining Aretuza mages, rallying them around the idea that it’s up to them to eliminate Vilgefortz.
Yennefer heals Geralt, urging future meetings. Geralt heads to Nilfgaard, embraces anti-evil stance. Warns Emhyr he'll free Ciri despite armies.
This is Cavill's final scene in the episode, meaning that the next time we encounter Geralt, we'll likely be looking at Liam Hemsworth.
Ciri in Korath Desert connects with monolith, picked by headhunters for Emhyr. Rescued by Kayleigh and the Rats gang. Adventure ensues.
Ciri's forced first kill shapes her alias as Falka, inspired by an ancient princess. She relinquishes her powers and joins the Rats. Intense journey follows.
Season 3 finale: Ciri mourns the innocent self, embraces Falka's brutal side. A shift in her character, influenced by her conversations with Falka.
Vilgefortz deceives with a Ciri lookalike. Emhyr presents her as the real princess to Nilfgaardian nobles, despite skepticism. Plot thickens.