Full WitcherCon Schedule Unveiled

Netflix and CD Projekt Red have slowly been trickling out more information for WitcherCon, but now the two have finally unveiled the full schedule. The virtual Witcher-focused convention set for July 9 now has a list of each panel and a general overview. However, don’t expect times as those are still under wraps.

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According to the official website, the first stream is set to have nine events while the second stream later that day will have 10, but only four will be new sections; the other six are reruns. Here is the full WitcherCon schedule:

WitcherCon Schedule: July 9 at 10 a.m. PT

  • The Witcher Season 2: Deck of Destiny
    • This panel includes actors Anya Chalotra, Freya Allan, Mimî M Khayisa, and Paul Bullion and Executive Producer Lauren Schmidt Hissrich as they take questions from the fans via a deck of cards that will “determine the path of the panel and the immediate fate of the guests.” But this panel also promises reveals and insights
  • Welcome to Gwent: The Witcher Card Game
    • It’s not clear exactly what this is, but it sounds like a guide or introduction to Gwent.
  • Converging Destinies
    • Chalotra and Allan return to look about at their characters — Yennefer and Ciri, respectively — from the first season while also previewing what’s coming up in Season 2.
  • Memories from the Path: Stories Behind The Witcher Games – Part 1
    • Members from CD Projekt Red will hold a panel to talk about their memories making the Witcher games and uncover “forgotten artifacts.”
  • Geralt of T-Rivia
    • Hissirch returns alongside Blood Origin (the upcoming origin series) Showrunner Declan De Barra and CD Projekt Red Acting Lead Quest Designers Philipp Weber and Błażej Augustynek for a trivia game based on the Witcher universe. Expect some behind-the-scenes bits as well as “spoilery sneak peaks.”
  • Inside Kaer Morhen
    • This section is a deep dive on Kaer Morhen, “old keep where witchers of the School of the Wolf used to be trained.”
  • Monster Slayer: Live the Life of a Witcher
    • The description for this part seems just like a description for the upcoming mobile game The Witcher: Monster Slayer, but it doesn’t give a clear indication on what viewers can expect.
  • The World of The Witcher Figures
    • This section will give players a look into how Witcher figures “are created, what inspires them, and what they mean” to those who made them.
  • Tales from the White Wolf: A Spotlight Conversation with Henry Cavill
    • The final stream of the first section will be an interview with Henry Cavill that promises to cover “fantasy, destiny, and the wider Witcher universe.” However, the description also teases a few surprises.

WitcherCon Schedule: July 9 at 6 p.m. PT

  • The Witcher Season 2: Deck of Destiny
  • Welcome to Gwent: The Witcher Card Game
  • CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher: Beyond the Video Games
    • This panel will cover the non-gaming parts of The Witcher, including comic books and board games.
  • Memories from the Path: Stories Behind The Witcher Games – Part 2
    • This is the second part of the aforementioned panel.
  • Geralt of T-Rivia
  • Strokes of Genius
    • Studio Mir, the team behind the upcoming animated film Nightmare of the Wolf, will share how they adapted the world of the Witcher into a different format.
  • Monster Slayer: Live the Life of a Witcher
  • The World of The Witcher Figures
  • Inside Kaer Morhen
  • Tales from the White Wolf: A Spotlight Conversation with Henry Cavill

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