Ciri becomes a samurai in this Japanese version cosplaying The Witcher: Ciri

Ciri becomes a samurai in this Japanese version cosplaying The Witcher: Ciri ...

Andrzej Sapkowski is a well-known writer who has managed to combine a fantasy adventure with some Polish folklore. So began the Witchera series of novels with Geralt of Rivia as the protagonist, which was later taken over by CD Projekt Red, a video game studio also with a Polish origin.

CD Projekt Red's output has been staggering, divided into three games, all of which are awaiting The Witcher 4 and all of the other spin-offs, all of which exude love for the world created by Sapkowski. The video games released so far are often GOTY during their release years and are still being praised today as next-gen versions, but not only.

Do you recall Ciri in the samurai version in this statuette? It was a surprise to see the character dressed up in very different outfits, which usually attracts interest from the western public. In his hands, he does not have the head of a monster from The Witcher, but one that looks more like a Japanese oni.

This is a simple photo that demonstrates the quality of the dress with floral decorations and the care taken to recreate this Ciri, which is completely different from the others.

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