Fans have always made out comparisons between The Witcher analogy with Blood Origins. Fans often raise questions that whether or not the series is related to one another. In most instances, both the stories are related to one another but on the other hand, fans deny that it has a vast difference. Are they related or things took place in different eras? Let’s dig out the connections between Blood Origins and The Witcher.
Is The Witcher connected to Blood Origin?
The Witcher and Blood Origins do have a lot in common. The series take place almost 1000 years in time and all the happenings that happened in Blood Origins are the consequences of that. The Blood Origins takes place 1000-1500 years before the existence of Ciri and her family. At that time, the elves ruled the continent with mages co-existing with Witcher just sprouting. The elves flourished and humans were just a part of the harmony. Later with time, humans start to multiply and elves started to deplete in numbers.
The Witcher started after much war and blood spilling; Witchers are just a few on the continent and elves restricted themselves into the forest. The mages are still in good numbers and humans have their land and overpowering the entire continent. The consequences that elves did to trust humans led this day to the elven existence. Nobody likes the humans and elves still try to kill them. The connections are very much interrelated but cant be directed to each other.
Elves can’t easily have babies
According to ScreenRant, elves consider themselves superior to humans because they have a much longer lifespan and do not believe in evolution like humans. Elves have a fundamentally different physiology than humans; Therefore, despite their long life, they are fertile only at a young age. Due to their small numbers, elves are considered one of their greatest disadvantages, as they are easily subjugated by other races.
The successful birth of Francesca’s child was such a momentous event for the elves that they had to celebrate it because, apart from only being able to conceive at a young age, their biology makes it difficult for them to have a child. The birth of this pure elf child made the neighborhood very optimistic because it proved they could reproduce, but that hope didn’t last long. Francesca’s baby was killed to incite the elves to fight, and in retaliation, she killed any Redanian babies that got in her way.