Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia endures a tough time in The Witcher Season 3 as he’s left gravely wounded and fighting for his life. But does he die by the end of the finale?
Geralt’s Battle with Vilgefortz
In the season’s second volume, Geralt faces off against the rogue mage Vilgefortz in an epic battle. The fight is a brutal one, and Geralt is ultimately defeated. Vilgefortz leaves him for dead, with a broken leg, damage to his spine, and a shattered sword.
Triss Merigold finds Geralt and takes him to Brokilon Forest, where the dryads attempt to heal him. However, their remedies and potions are not effective on Geralt’s witcher mutations. It is not until Yennefer arrives and uses her magic to heal him that Geralt begins to recover.
Geralt’s New Adventure
After recovering from his injuries, Geralt sets off on a new adventure with Jaskier and Milva. They are determined to find Ciri, who has been taken to Nilfgaard by Emperor Emhyr.
The Season Finale
The season finale ends with Geralt and his companions laying waste to a squadron of Nilfgaardian soldiers who threaten a group of refugees. The episode sets up a number of exciting storylines for Season 4, including Geralt’s quest to find Ciri and the growing threat of the White Frost.
Does Geralt Die?
No, Geralt does not die in The Witcher Season 3. He is gravely injured, but he is eventually healed by Yennefer. The season ends with him setting off on a new adventure, determined to find Ciri and protect her from harm.