The Witcher

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Season
Episode
11
Rockobster
Season 2 - Episode 6 - 4:00 - Roach is critically injured and Gerald mercy kills him. Very sad, such a good horse
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charlatan
A girl describes killing her dog, though we do not see it. In another instance the killing of puppies is mentioned. Both take place in the first episode.
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dune125
In episode 6, a starving magical creature is dismembered and killed. Skip from 12:37 til 13:58. Or skip to 18:20 if you don't want to see it being eaten (it's head is in the background).
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Does a pet die?
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9
charlatan
There are monsters with bug-like characteristics.
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9
ElleONeill
a dead horse is seen on screen ep8, ~6 minutes in. its death is not shown
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CatF
Death occurs offscreen, but body is seen and discussed
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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15
Shoobe
In the beginning a deer gets hurt by the monster Geralt kills, it's laying down with a visible wound, and when the screen goes black he mercy kills it
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Nini1201
Eels are shown in episode 2, during a scene in a cave. They are the focus of the scene and very snake-like.
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11
charlatan
There are monsters with spider-like characteristics.
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6
gentlyusedfairytale
In episode 2 it is mentioned that a girl (magically) froze a cat, though it is not shown and it is not said whether or not the cat died.
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4
EzraVogel
Yennefer is frequently gaslit by her instructor in covert ways.
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2
eemoe86
In all of Season 1, Cahir is stalking Ciri
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RosMi
Yennifers family treats her as pig, shes not allowed in the house.
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13
ICroft
Young disabled girl is treated unkindly by many, in a school type setting many teen girls are treated very strictly and not with much worth.
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eemoe86
S1E7: Yennefer mixes herbs and gives them to the girls. The mixed herbs have a psychedelic effect. Technically you could call some of the spells drugs as well. For example in S1E5, Yennefer has a smoking bundle of herbs that she blows towards the couple (specifically the man) that is basically viagra.
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Yes
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4
MikaNemari
Not abused, but there is drinking (mostly Beer/Ale) and also discussed, no addiction
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StripeyShrimp
S1 ep6 Ciri is bound to a tree
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9
BananaDaddy
S01E01 - 24:30 - Renfri mentions she was raped by the man after her S01E03 - 32:36 - they discuss a potentially non consensual relationship with the king S01E04 - 16:48 - an elf mentions war and raping S02E01 - 54:59 - a friend confesses to raping a priestess S02E02 - 22:20 - woman mentions that the witcher had paid when others had not - 24:26 - mention of what he would do with a princess None of the above depict or flashback to anything.
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Kfish148
In episode 4 a man cuts a pieces of flesh out of his own arm and eats it.
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3
TheCassandraComplex
S2E6, someone’s tooth flies out from blunt force trauma to the face, shown in explicit detail. Happens towards the end of the episode.
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5
eemoe86
S1E4: One of Fringilla's comrades slices a piece out of Calanthe's arm and eats the flesh. Fringilla then guts him and is able to determine that Ciri is in Brokilon forest.
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SulfateFree
S2E2 and E3, a Witcher is transformed into a monster and uses tree limbs as arms and legs, which are cut off, regrown, and cut off. In Episode 3 the Witcher’s dead body is shown to have been flayed with no limbs, but tree roots instead.
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Fosborn
In episode 2, when Fringilla first attempts magic, her hand becomes shrivelled and disfigured.
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6
NepetaLeijon
In the fifth episode a character wishes another character would “explode” and his head bursts
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6
ElleONeill
in episode 1 there is graphic discussion of people being burned alive (amongst other torture). episode 8, ~36 minutes in a woman is hurt by a burning torch held to her throat. episode 8, 50 minutes in, many many people are burned alive
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eemoe86
S1E3 You could consider Geralt closing himself into the crypt as somewhat being buried alive, but I wouldn't consider it truly being buried alive.
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5
starlet24
Season 2 Episode 8, an elf is hanged.
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8
Jlm123
A character gets hit with an arrow in the eye in episode 1. In episode three, a body is shown with its eyes removed.
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7
FrancisLee
Series 2. You see graphic torture of a prisoner by a mage.
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4
Kfish148
In episode 5 a character is attacked by magical means and struggles to breathe. It goes on for several minutes. It happens right after Geralt finds a sealed clay vessel in the river when he is looking for a djinn.
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Yes
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elsi
Season 2 episode 1 one of the mages who was injured in battle is shown having a seizure (between minutes 9 and 10)
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Yes
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charlatan
By suicide in episode 1.
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Yes
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0
Yes
1
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12
JenniferS
A baby dies.
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EleanorWilliams
No, although a girl is called names because of her physical difference and mental immaturity due to being an outcast all her life.
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SulfateFree
Season 2 episodes 1 and 2, Yennefer and Fringilla are kidnapped and held hostage.
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3
EzraVogel
Many background characters cheat on spouses with more relevant characters. It's a topic that comes up a few times.
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1
MikaNemari
It is not technically destroyed but a teddy bear (clearly a comfort item) is thrown away in episode 2 (I believe)
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4
Solyn
Episode 4 Decapitated
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2
GenaA
I wouldn't say ghosts but there are monsters.
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ElleONeill
in episode 4 geralt is shown in a bath. there is no running water. he is shirtless and his nudity is implied, but nothing below the chest is shown.
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5
Sunshine
Last episode of season 2 Ciri is possessed
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Yes
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No
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ElleONeill
specific jump scare ep 8, 2.5 minutes in, things jump out of the ground to attack geralt
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3
ActuallyAshlee
Characters spit up blood many times, and a character spits notably on screen in episode 6.
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elsi
season 2 ep 4 around 5:00 - 6:00
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pansyspectre
Complete List for Season 1: (Minor Spoilers) - In Episode 4 there are 2 scenes. When Yennefer goes through the portal with the woman and her baby, the woman vomits from shock. She retches, gets up, then about 30 second later falls over and vomits with sound and graphics. Second occurrence is near the end of the episode. Cirilla’s mother vomits directly after the wedding ceremony. Only lasts a few seconds, mute and look away for about 10-15 secs. - In Episode 5’s opening sequence, Mousesack vomits (sound & graphics) when confronted by the Nilfgaard. Vomit is in his beard for the rest of the scene until the title screen shows. I really recommend skipping it. If you do, here is a brief summary of the first 5-7 minutes: (MAJOR SPOILERS) **The head of the Nilfgaard drains Mousesack of his powers, kills him, and has a shapeshifter take his place. The Mousesack you see after the title sequence is a Nilfgaardian shapeshifter. **(END SPOILER) While this is not technically vomit, the bard does cough up blood a few times in this ep as well. It’s easy to see coming and averting your eyes for 5 seconds or so should be fine. - Final scene is in the last episode (Ep 8), right as the battle against the Nilfgaard begins. Tissaia orders Triss to execute her attack, which releases a crop of poisonous mushrooms. All of the men die puking and choking. Graphics w/ noises. Lasts around 30 seconds.
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Yes
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Yes
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7
there aren't really cops, but ACAB
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4
JesstheDreamer
In season two we see how a potion is injected into children to turn them into Witchers, with a syringe with multiple needles. We also see blood being drawn from a character with a long needle to make that potion.
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Yes
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Yes
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5
Ici
No hospitals in this universe but there is medical/herbal/magical treatments
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7
gentlyusedfairytale
A girl attempts suicide by cutting herself in the beginning of episode 2 (before the opening credits). It is not shown, but her wrists are later shown wrapped with bloody bandages.
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Nepeta
(S2 e1) Not explicitly but a suicidal character asks Geralt to kill him, and is refused because “[he’s] mortal now and can do it [himself]”
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0
Kind of, both ciri and geralt discuss having nightmares of the things that haunt them and bad memories. They both visibly have haunting nightmares on screen.
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rawr
Yennefer is obsessed with being "ugly." She is later "cured" by magically changing her appearance to "beautiful." She believes changing her looks makes her a better, more powerful person and will fix everything.
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Nepeta
Yennefer has what can be described as an anxiety/panic attack in s2 when she fails to make a portal while running through the woods (episode 2 I think)
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Fosborn
In episode 3, Geralt climbs into a tomb/sarcophagus and closes the lid.
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3
TheCassandraComplex
Some characters have supernaturally good hearing and to convey this the show distorts or enhances sounds.
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15
charlatan
We see someone jump from a window, as well as some people supplied with a potion to die in episode 1.
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9
rawr
Not autism, no, but I feel it's worth mentioning that Yennefer was born with a hunchback, she is treated like she's "disfigured" due to the hump and her jaw being unsymmetrical, it seems to also be assumed that she is dumb or slow. during the time period, people that are different like a "defect" or "disability" are considered lesser people, disgusting and sold as slaves. Obviously, a hunchback isn't remotely like autism but the abilest bigotry is there.
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Yes
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SulfateFree
S2E2 A baby in a dream cries and then its crib catches on fire. You don’t see the baby. Multiple babies crying and being hurt in the rest of S2, especially episode 8.
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elsi
S2E2 between 37:00 and 43:00
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Yes
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No
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ReverbRaven
No, but there are repeated discussions of infertility and forced sterilization which may be upsetting to folks who are sensitive to miscarriage (I sure was...)
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lillianm
There is a monster that is described as an "overgrown abortion" which [spoiler] was created by a curse placed on the fetus of a dead pregnant woman.
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charlatan
We don't see it, but the death of a pregnant woman is discussed in episode 3.
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5
S2E6
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0
Not a still born, but a dead baby
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Yes
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No
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ElleONeill
episode 3 ****SPOILER AHEAD**** shows the physically disabled character being "cured" of her physical disability, changing into a "beautiful" physically abled character.
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Yes
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sarmarble
**spoilers** in season 2 (beginning in episode 4, though the hatred of elves is throughout all of Season 1 + 2) there are scenes of elves being rounded up to be killed, as well as graffiti depicting elves as pigs (similar to depictions of Jews as vermin, etc.), and a general deep hatred of elves by several kingdoms. while not antisemitic in nature, it calls to similarities in how Jews were treated in WWII. it could definitely be triggering to anyone Jewish (as it was for me)
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Yes
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No
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cassandrasaurusrdr
In-Universe hate speech only. Discrimination of Witcher’s, Elves, Humans, etc.
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obligateAnthrovore
In episode two, there is a scene with an introductory magic lesson. The only black student present is also the only character to be magically injured. She does not die.
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No
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Yes
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No
2
Yes
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Yes
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Yes
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EzraVogel
The story in episode 3 revolves around an incestuous relationship/the product of one
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Yes
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4
Yes
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No
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lillianm
Cliffhanger
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Yes
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7
Ici
No cars in this universe
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5
ActuallyAshlee
No planes in this universe.
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ActuallyAshlee
No cars in this universe.
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6
Ici
No guns in this universe
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JenniferS
There are several graphic scenes (fighting, cutting, head blown up).
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ChubbyGhost3
No nukes in this universe
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Solyn
Episode 4, a baby. Death not shown, but body is. (The baby has really pale skin because of the death, but nothing gore/disturbing).
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