Who is the White Flame in The Witcher?

Henry Cavill discusses the character of Geralt in The Witcher

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The Witcher fans have been desperately waiting for the return of the fantasy series and now it is back with a bang. The Netflix drama starring Superman actor Henry Cavill is directly based on the book series by author Andrzej Sapkowski. The plot for the second series comes from the first of Sapkowski’s novels called Blood of Elves.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from The Witcher.

Who is the White Flame in The Witcher?

The Witcher season two came out in full on Friday, December 17, on Netflix.

In the first few episodes, there are a few teasers regarding the White Flame.

However, it is not made clear who or what this is until the big finale.

It is then revealed that the White Flame is in fact Duny, whose real name is Emhyr var Emreis (played by Bart Edwards). 

Emhyr is the emperor of Nilfgaard and even more importantly, Ciri’s (Freya Allen) father.

Throughout series two, it was Geralt of Rivia’s (Henry Cavill) mission to keep the princess safe as he believes her to be very special.

He does so by taking her to Kaer Morhen so she can be sheltered from those trying to hunt her.

Geralt is also keen to train Ciri so she can become stronger than she currently is.

With his identity revealed in the final scene, will Ciri’s dad become a threat to her as well as he joins the hunt to track her down?

Most recently, actor Bart Edwards who plays the emperor has been in Netflix’s Young Wallander and The Singapore Grip on ITV.

Some of his other TV appearances have included EastEnders, Peep Show, UnREAL and State of Happiness.

Edwards will be featured in the upcoming series Glow & Darkness which is post-production.

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Ciri’s father wasn’t the only discovery made before season two of The Witcher came to an end either.

In the cliffhanger, they also met the Wild Hunt which is a group of riders that travel across the sky.

They are seen as an omen which signals that times of war are approaching, sparking rumours that an apocalypse could be on the horizon.

More is expected to be revealed about the Wild Hunt when the series returns.

The Witcher has already been renewed for a third outing by Netflix.

The announcement was made earlier this year with creator Lauren Schmidt Hissrich recently telling TechRadar that the season three script had been finished at the beginning of December 2021.

However, there has been no information regarding when filming will commence on the new episodes.  

The Witcher seasons 1 and 2 are available to watch on Netflix.

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