5 reasons to watch The Witcher to get through Droughtlander

The Witcher - Credit: Katalin Vermes
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The Witcher
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2. There’s an honest and loyal man

Geralt of Rivia is certainly great to look at. At the same time, we get a man who is honest and loyal. When he’s paid to do something, he will see it through. However, it’s not always going to be in the way that you would expect.

This is a man who has a fondness for other creatures. He wants to give everyone a chance, despite their differences. After all, he’s different and is feared by many. There are elements to his character and his loyalty that will remind you of Jamie Fraser. Sometimes!

1. There’s a beautiful mystical element to the period setting

Whether it’s the costumes, the magic used, or just the overall setting of the castles, there’s something beautiful and majestic about The Witcher. It uses its period setting perfectly, bringing a sense of Dark Ages England mixed with the fantastical element.

To be honest, this is why The Witcher has been compared to Game of Thrones. However, there are elements that will remind you of Outlander. The costumes and settings could make you feel like you’re in the French court at times, while others will harken to Leoch.

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The Witcher is available to stream on Netflix.