The Witcher Season 2 Deleted Scene Reveals Important Stregobor and Vilgefortz Moment

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chWe recently learned that The Witcher Season 2 has a lot of deleted scenes when the first one was shared by Netflix Geeked. However, as a new one has been revealed, it looks like the series has been choosing to delete important moments that could have made a difference in the story. That's exactly what happened with the deleted scene featuring a tense conversation between Vilgefortz and Stregobor.

The deleted scene from The Witcher Season 2 was originally shared during The Witcher: Unlocked but has now been shared by the series. It shows Stregobor approaching Vilgefortz to question his position in the Brotherhood. This leads to an exchange about where they stand on Yennefer's unexpected return.

It's a powerful scene between two of the most underrated characters in the series so far. It also helps that they are played by two proven scene-stealers.

We're happy to see that the deleted scene has been shared but fans are also wondering why it was removed from Season 2 in the first place. After all, it would have helped up learn more about the mysterious Vilgefortz. In addition to that, it would mean more of Lars Mikkelsen absolutely eating up a scene.

It's unclear why such a crucial moment has been deleted from The Witcher Season 2. After all, it would have given us a better understanding of some of the most misunderstood characters in the series so far. Either way, it's still great that the scene has been shared.


The Witcher Season 2 followed Geralt of Rivia as he brought Ciri to Kaer Morhen to protect her. The young princess herself begins training so she could protect herself but also begins to realize that her destiny could be a dangerous one.

The Witcher Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.

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