The Untold Truth Of Geralt Of Rivia

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 The Untold Truth Of Geralt Of Rivia


The bard Dandelion (or Jaskier, as he is known in the Netflix series) becomes a rather endearing travel companion to Geralt. Unsurprisingly, the Netflix series depicts Geralt’s relationship with him as a bit of comic relief. The bard, who is certainly no warrior, finds himself in the midst of trouble and leaves it up to Geralt to handle the dirty work. Eventually, Dandelion spreads word of Geralt’s deeds and adventures through song across the land, gaining him notoriety that he didn’t necessarily want. Despite all of this, when Dandelion becomes afflicted with a deadly ailment after unleashing a Djinn, Geralt desperately seeks aid to save his friend.



After being told that he needs a mage to heal him, Geralt finds Yennefer, who is capable of the task. Instantly, Geralt feels a primal attraction to Yennefer that runs much further than her beauty. Their fates are entwined, and their histories share roots of violence and suffering. Yennefer agrees to help Dandelion, but she has an ulterior motive — she wants to control the Djinn so that she can use it to wish for the restoration of her fertility. While Dandelion is cured, Geralt quickly learns that the Djinn’s effect on Yennefer — as she seeks control it — is going to kill her. Having previously become the master of the Djinn, Geralt uses a wish to save Yennefer from death, and the Djinn departs. This moment begins an on-and-off relationship between Geralt and Yennefer that proves to stand the test of time, despite their struggles.