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  • May 10, 2020

  • Sure, we all know and love the mutants and mages of The Witcher, but there’s one group we don’t pay enough attention to: its amazing monsters. Here’s everything about them in one giant bestiary — from their mythological origins to their (many, horrifying) ways of killing Geralt. After seeing all he has to deal with, maybe toss an extra coin to your Witcher? And let us know if you want more! Watch The Witcher, Only on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80189598 SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with 183 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Netflix Presents: The Witcher's Bestiary | Netflix https://youtube.com/netflix Geralt of Rivia, a mutated monster-hunter for hire, journeys toward his destiny in a turbulent world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.

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  • Amna N
    Amna N 4 months ago

    I want Geralt to explain the monsters while he enjoys a bath

  • Devon Marr
    Devon Marr 4 months ago

    I love this but Henry should be the one voicing this. All he has been doing is painting miniatures anyways right now.

  • Sage
    Sage 4 months ago

    Gaunter O’Dimm the scariest thing in the whole Witcher series.

  • Satrio Arif
    Satrio Arif 1 month ago

    let Hanry Cavil explain this while Jaskier interrupt him every now and then

  • Von Armagedda
    Von Armagedda 4 months ago

    "And then there's Japan..."

  • Young-Ju An
    Young-Ju An 4 months ago

    Blyat, "kikimora squats on the sleeper's chest."

  • Team NA
    Team NA 4 months ago

    Everyone: striga is the scariest creature/monster in the entire witcher series

  • Simon Brooke
    Simon Brooke 4 months ago

    'Mhor' is Gaelic for 'large' or 'great'. So 'Selkiemhor' is a large or great selkie; or a creature with many of the features of a selkie, but significantly larger.

  • assassintwinat8
    assassintwinat8 3 months ago

    any writer for anything: does anyone have a monster for--

  • Stefan Joksimovic
    Stefan Joksimovic 4 months ago

    "Striga, the most terrifying monster in the witcher show".

  • Anže Rupnik
    Anže Rupnik 4 months ago

    The scarriest thing about the doppler is that it knows your internet history!

  • VDA
    VDA 4 months ago (edited)

    For people angry that they didn't talk about Duny/Urchin/Hans My Hedgehog, it's because Duny's identity is by far the BIGGEST SPOILER of the series. Don't look into it if you want the twist to happen.

  • manxmaniac
    manxmaniac 4 months ago

    anything exists

  • Haniff Asri
    Haniff Asri 3 months ago

    The Djinn explanation is 100% correct and netflix get their facts right !

  • Drannion Animation
    Drannion Animation 4 months ago

    I liked this a lot. Hope to see more.

  • Sheikh Arif
    Sheikh Arif 3 months ago

    A cockroach is enough of a monster to the common folk.

  • Bravish
    Bravish 4 months ago

    When you already played the Witcher 3 and memorized all of the Bestiary already.

  • gwynbleidd
    gwynbleidd 4 months ago

    can't wait to see my best boy Emiel Regis Rohellec Terzief-Godefroy.

  • jomcphail06
    jomcphail06 4 months ago

    I was really hoping this was narrated by Henry Cavill...

  • Luke
    Luke 4 months ago

    I'm still traumatised by botchlings after playing the Witcher 3.