With four eyes and spiky arms flailing, the centipede-like creature that kills The Leshy in The Witcher season 2 appears like an oversized centipede.
In The Witcher Season 2 on Netflix, another monster kills Leshy. The Leshy is a tree-like creature from Slavic mythology that uses its roots to attack and destroy anybody or anything that threatens the forest. The virus infects him after a protracted battle with Eskel in “Kaer Morhen,” episode 2 of The Witcher Season 2, and turns him into a mutant.
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A year after the Battle of Sodden, in which Yennefer casts a fire spell to win the fight for the sovereignty of The Continent, the second season of The Witcher begins. After failing to locate her, Cirilla and Geralt conclude that she is dead. To keep Cirilla safe throughout the winter, they plan to travel to Kaer Morhen with the aid of several other Witchers to teach her in self-defense.
The Leshy that killed Eskel is subsequently seen by Geralt and Cirilla, who now has a different appearance than in The Witcher season 2. However, a myriapod, which is much scarier than the Leshy, tears it apart.
The myriapod pursues Cirilla in “What is Lost,” the third episode of The Witcher season 2, although it does not mean to harm the young woman. However, Geralt takes advantage of the myriapod’s hesitancy to strike and cut its head from behind. The myriapod is a fascinating new monster to add to the ever-expanding monster roster.
Just finished the Witcher season 2 and omg, Geralt and Ciris dynamic>>>> pic.twitter.com/3lh0GbqmKq
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When it attacks, it flails around like a ram’s horn and looks like an enlarged centipede with four eyes and spiky limbs. The Witcher season 2 combat between Geralt and Cirilla and the creature’s remarkable design is a standout moment.
After killing the myriapod, Geralt brings its head to Triss so she may examine it and figure out where it came from. Both the myriapod and the Leshy contain stellacite, a mineral that can only be found in monoliths, as Triss finds out. After that, Geralt seeks out Istredd, a historian who specializes in Europe.
In “Turn Your Back,” the fifth episode of Season 2, Geralt and Istredd journey to Cintra in search of the monolith Cirilla, which had been knocked to the ground during Season 1. A closer look reveals that they’ve discovered a route in through the monolithic structures to other planets, where they expect to find the new creatures introduced in The Witcher Season 2.
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A new creature from another realm has been released, as Cirilla’s cries of despair from Kaer Morhen indicate. One thing is apparent, though, whatever the cause for their presence, it does not bode well for the inhabitants of the continent.
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Rebecca Martin is an author of thrillers for both adults and teens. She was born in San Francisco and has lived most of her life in Los Angeles. When not writing, she can be found hiking the Griffith Park trails, taking the Metro and then questioning this decision, and haunting local bookstores.