The Bruno Season 2 will arrive in Netflix tomorrow morning, and one of the best aspects of the season is Cirri de Freya Allan. Cirri addresses Keyed Moorhen to train with Gerald and the other sorcerers and, as a result, we can see so many new sides of her and who is becoming. Comicbook.com had the opportunity to talk with Allan about The Witcher season 2, even if he enjoyed Cirri’s transformation from a point of view of character and combat, although we also got a small preview of what will come in season 3. While he loves how the character evolves, he feels that he has a long way to go with a sword in his hand.
I mean, in regard to combat, she has a long way to go. I, like Freya, was like, can’t I just kill the monsters myself instead of Gerald? I was not allowed to do anything like that, Allan said. So I think she has a long way to go. She has monsters to kill. She has people with whom to fight, but yes, and I think she will always evolve during the seasons we can do, let’s be doing the third season and I have read some episodes. And always, obviously, in each season she will change and strengthen and find new weaknesses and all that. So we’ll have to see «.
Gerald and Cirri took a long time to meet in season 1, but fortunately that is not the case in season 2, and the way they face throughout the season is delicious. Allan enjoyed spending more time in scenes with Gerald by Henry Cavils this season, and there is a particular scene that stands out for her.
Yes, I think one of my favorites was the end of episode one, in fact, when Cirri and Gerald are next to the campfire at the end of episode one, and Cirri opens it for the first time in relation to one of his best fears, What is this power and lack of control over him, said Allan. And I think she feels wherever she goes, people are dying.
Henry then said that it was, I think we have said how most we have told ourselves in that scene in terms of ourselves, in terms of the characters, as if he really was one of those who really felt like that.. We were so involved in it and yes, it was a kind of sentimental scene for the characters, I think, and the beginning of their relationship where they become a team and have this confidence, said Allan.
You can find the official description of The Witcher season 2 ahead, and you can find our CRAM of Witcher season 2 here.
Convinced that Jennifer’s life was lost at the Battle of Sodden, Gerald de Rivia leads Princess Clinging the most secure place he knows, the home of her childhood, Keyed Moorhen. While the kings, elves, humans and demons of the continent fight for the supremacy out of her walls, he must protect the girl from something much more dangerous: the mysterious power she has inside her.
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