Many infamous historical occurrences from the Witcher canon are depicted in The Witcher: Blood Origin, one of which was the identity of the first Witcher ever.

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Most people are aware that genetic experimentation and mutation are to blame for the Witchers' improved reflexes and strength, despite the fact that much of the monster-hunting organisation is veiled in mystery and dislike from those they protect.

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The Witcher: Blood Origin builds on the revelations of season 2 of The Witcher by taking place 1,200 years before the events of the main series.

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The miniseries focuses on the peak of elf power in particular; towards its conclusion, an elf sorcerer overthrows three kingdoms using a supernatural creature.

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The Witcher: Blood Origin's introduction of the first Witcher was made necessary by this monster, which easily decimates even the best of the conventional warriors from the three kingdoms.

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In The Witcher: Blood Origin, it is revealed that the first genetically enhanced monster hunter was an elf by the name of Fjall (Laurence O'Fuarain), despite the fact that Witchers had multiplied enough to create a fabled order in the original series.

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Fjall was exiled after having sex with Merwyn (Mirren Mack), the Xintr'ean princess whom he had been sent to protect as a Dog Clan warrior.

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Éile (Sophia Brown), also known as the Lark, was originally scheduled to be the first test subject once he and Éile (Sophia Brown) found out that one of their essences could be mixed with a monster's via magic to boost their skills.

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The Witcher: Blood Origin shows that creating the ritual has costs even though Fjall was able to endure the gruelling process through which Witchers are created.

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In their first effort at the Trial of the Grasses, Syndril (Zach Wyatt) and Zacaré (Lizzie Annis) attempted to protect their mother from an unspecified disaster.

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