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  1. 3CityApache

    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    Funny thing, she said in the interview she chose the short story called The Last Wish as an opening episode, which puts Geralt up against Renfri. Problem is, the short story with Renfri is actually Lesser Evil, not The Last Wish, in which he meets Yennefer for the first time.
  2. 3CityApache

    How did you pick your screen name?

    Mine's pretty simple. I often use an Apache alias, and here I just added a place I was born - so called Tricity (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia on a Baltic coast), or 3city for short.
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    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    That's exactly how they are intended to be read, according to Sapkowski. And yes, there are a lot of fillers later on (Tower of Swallow is one big filler for me for example). Not to mention the ending sucks. And yet, I keep coming back to them on and on. Just repeating short stories for the 100th time, before the premiere. Still love 'em.
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    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    Taking place 50 years after the events from the books.
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    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    Interesting. From what I heard English translations of the first few volumes were not particularly good, but definitely not to the extent of being "unreadable". Nothing wrong with language or style in Polish for me either. De gustibus I guess.
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    Andrzej Sapkowski II

    There is a Netflix series thread in Entertainment. As for the short story, aren't you talking about The Edge of the World? But it definitely is a part of The Last Wish.
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    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    The Witcher oficially got a second season, even before the premiere of the first.
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    Rothfuss XV: Move along, nothing to see here

    I just had to come by and say I love the thread title.
  9. 3CityApache

    Watch, Watched, Watching: Hunting Minds

    Call me old fashioned, but I really liked The Affair finale. Reminded me a bit of The Six Feet Under finale, though they both had actually pretty much nothing in common but a kinda similar atmosphere. But maybe it's just me. Just a little sad that we didn't get to see Cole in the whole season. Didn't believe in the fifth season in the first place, but I'm glad I watched it.
  10. 3CityApache

    El Camino: The Chariot of Destiny (Spoilers)

    I kinda liked to movie, though I do agree most flashbacks were not entirely necessary, to say the least. I hoped for at least a glimse of what Jesse might be up to in his new life in Alaska, but I guess that was too much to ask for. Shame we didn't get Huell cameo after all.
  11. I agree, Kundera would be a perfect choice, but a Pole and a Czech year after year? "Let's move just a bit further south".
  12. Wow, I am positively shocked. And I only read two of Olga Tokarczuk's novels. Will have to catch up soon.
  13. 3CityApache

    Watch, Watched, Watching: Hunting Minds

    Well, the last one is all from Joanie's perspective and it is really good. We even get a glimpse of Cole and Alison.
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    Watch, Watched, Watching: Hunting Minds

    I'm watching fifth season of The Affair and I must admit I didn't believe it could work after what happened in season four finale, but strangely, it does. And what a disturbing way of showing what the world can look like around 2050... I'm mostly interested in Joanie's timeline, but Noah and Helen are not that bad either. Bold move, anyway, to continue the story after the events of season four, and for me it clicked.
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    The Witcher on Netflix 2: Man of steel and silver

    Yeah, she was cute and funny when she was just a kid. And yes, I think using a different kid actress for an episode or two in the first season when she was little, would be a good idea. Skipping these few scenes would be a mistake, they were important for creating a true bond between Ciri and Geralt.
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