The Witcher is filming a fight sequence with Blaviken stunt choreographer Wolfgang Stegemann
Probably the most acclaimed scene in The Witcher’s first season was the battle against Renfri and the outlaw party at the Blaviken market spot. Wolfgang Stegemann, Mission Impossible’s stunt master, choreographed the Blavis sequence, which is generally recognised as the best combat scene to date and one of the best combat scenes for TV. As the recording for the second season of the Witcher begins, we are delighted to report that Stegemann was seen on site with his cast and crew, and that he seems to be interested once again in shooting a decisive combat sequence.
We announced earlier that director of the web series Surjik made an unexpected return to the set as shooting moved to Bourne Woods (with the hint of the scene having Henry Cavill). Surjik earlier noted that he had completed shooting for his episodes (season two’s first and second episodes) and was now in post-production. Surjik and showrunner Lauren Hissrich, on the other hand, seem to have agreed to reshoot those scenes after getting the episodes together in the editing room.
Now that maestro stunt choreographer Wolfgang Stegemann has arrived on set, as well as some main cast members, we have a pretty good idea of which scenes Surjik will be shooting. This battle scene will most certainly take place in the abandoned fortress of Kaer Morhen and in the nearby woods as well, which we heard about in September.
Of course, this scene concerns the Butcher of Blaviken (Geralt), but he’s not the only witcher involved in the great struggle. Eskel, played by Basil Eidenbenz, was also on set alongside Cavill. It is somewhat probable that there were also Freya Allan’s Ciri, Kim Bodnia’s Vesemir, Paul Bullion’s Lambert and Yasen Atour’s Coën, as they took part in the fighting scene shot in August.
In addition, the show introduced some new witch characters, familiar to books and games supporters, several of whom have rehearsed in recent days with the stunt team of the show. Uncertainty on the opponent, that too many witchers can manage at once, is crazy. Fans also hypothesised that these guys fight an especially endangering beast (as the leshy we heard appears in the second season) or even fight each other. Since these scenes are filmed in secret, we must wait a little while for a response to this issue.
Stephen Surjik isn’t currently the only film director in Bourne Woods to film The Witcher. The crew of Netflix reportedly shoot some episodes here, including scenes directed by Sarah O’Gorman (The Last Kingdom, Cursed) and Louise Hooper (Fresh and Blood, Cheat). Anya Chalotra’s Yennefer seems to be one of these scenes, as viewers have put her on the scene too. Tom Canton’s King Filavandrel tweeted from the show over the weekend, which may be a different scene.
We welcome Wolfgang Stegemann’s truth, regardless of why Surjik and Hissrich choose to revisit this combat scene. We have no question that The Witcher is cooking for one of the early episodes of the season with him.
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So we are not sure as to what happened to the other choreographer of the war, The Witcher. Thomas Hacikoglu had collaborated with Stegemann on the war against Blaviken before the lockdown, but now he appears to work on the Mission: Unable films.
Stegemann was already writing on them, and it’s possible that he’ll pick up where he left off later. We don’t know in this situation who is in reality the main choreographer of fighting for The Witcher.
Why is Geralt referred to as the Butcher of Blaviken?
Geralt’s nickname Butcher of Blaviken was given to him after the fateful events that occurred between him, Renfri, and her gang in Blaviken. Geralt earned the nickname “Butcher of Blaviken” after killing eight innocent civilians in a town square during one of his missions. Renfri’s plan, Geralt realised, is to take advantage of the fact that the marketplace is at its best, and Renfri is preparing to destroy people one by one before Stegobor emerges from his tower.
While he initially declined to support any of them, explaining that when faced with a decision of two evils, he chooses not to pick, he had to get involved because Renfri’s scheme involved innocent citizens dying, which is one of the only things Butcher of Blaviken would not approve of.
To prevent this, he battled Renfri’s gang and ended up gruesomely murdering them all in a densely packed town square. Given the fact that Butcher of Blaviken was fighting to defend innocent civilians, the backstory of the war was unclear to those who encountered it, causing them to consider Geralt as a monster and assigning him a nickname that echoed their feelings. Geralt was expelled from the city after the residents denounced him for violating their nonviolent ways and long-term stability.
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How many were killed by Butcher of Blaviken?
Butcher of Blaviken killed eight people during this war. People claimed the eight killed men were innocent and that Butcher of Blaviken killed them in cold blood, despite the low number. However, the reality is a little different.
The crucial thing to remember here is that there was real bloodshed in a very public location, and the citizens Butcher of Blaviken saved had no idea what was going on.
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