The Witcher universe is a rich fantasy world created by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. It centers on Geralt of Rivia, a witch, one of a group of monster hunters who develop supernatural abilities to fight deadly beasts at a young age through training and body modification.
The world of The Witcher is dark and grim, its story deeply rooted in realistic political maneuvering and social dynamics. Although populated by monsters and magic, the true essence of the stories often lies in dark morals, complex relationships, battles and betrayals.
It is a world full of different races such as elves, dwarves, dwarves and humans who often clash and create a nuanced and layered story that touches on issues of racism, xenophobia and other prejudices.
Stories take place against the backdrop of a variety of incredible landscapes: from bustling cities, devastated battlefields to haunted forests and frozen mountain ranges. These physical locations often serve as metaphors for the emotional landscape of the characters and add deeper meaning to the story.