[S1E4] The Blade
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As previously seen, the sword bears the mark of Sauron, which Galadriel (Morfydd Clark) discovered is a map telling his followers where to meet in the Southlands: Mordor. Ever heard of it Theo stabs himself in the forearm with the hilt of the broken blade, making it ignite and grow, allowing him to use it as a weapon to get away from the shocked orc.
As he's talking, Theresa is distracted by Manu, the waiter filling her wine glass, not stopping even as it overflows. \"Every blade of grass,\" he continues. Looking around she sees that every restaurant and plantation worker is frozen in place. In here, he tells her, he and Arnold were Gods, and Delos merely our guests. Reaching for her cigarette case, giving away her stress tell, she lights up and asks how that worked out for Arnold Sadly, Ford informs her, Arnold lost his perspective and went mad, \"I haven't. As you well know I have always seen things *very* clearly.\" Theresa reading between the lines, realizes that this is the table she sat at with her parents, even the chair she sat in. Ford smiles, reminding her that they know everything about their guests, don't they, just like they know everything about their employees. He reveals to Theresa that he knows about her relationship with Bernard, hoping she will be 'careful' with him. saying he has a 'sensitive disposition'.
Then, in a flash, her life suddenly gets more exciting. A sword rips through the canvas above her, its blade coated in blood. Yennefer opens a window in the wagon and sees fighting outside, her face splattered with more of the red stuff. She steps outside and the soldiers accompanying the Queen are dead, gutted. Then the assailant appears: a cloaked mage accompanied by a nasty-looking, crab-like critter with razor-sharp claws. Yennefer springs to action, conjuring up a portal and escaping into it with the terrified Queen and her child.
The mage approaches the Queen. She offers him the child, but he coldly sends a magical blade spinning towards her, slicing her throat and killing her. Yennefer suddenly appears, grabs the child, and escapes into another portal, appearing on a remote beach somewhere. But this was all too much for the child. She's dead. \"Count yourself lucky,\" she says. \"You've cheated the game and won without even knowing it.\" Yennefer buries the child in black sand, feeling sorry for herself and her unfulfilled destiny. This is a very different person from the meek, troubled trainee sorceress we met in episode two.
And finally, back to Ciri. She's having a dream, of fighting and bloodshed. We see a gory close-up of a man's ear being sliced off. Then a shot of Cahir, full of rage. He raises his sword, but she wakes up before the blade falls. The leader of the dryads asks Ciri to drink the forest's water, \"from the source.\" She slices into the bark of a giant, magical-looking tree. Sap bleeds out and Ciri drinks it, finding herself in a strange, dreamlike desert, in which is planted an even bigger tree. Then an eerie voice calls to her. \"What are you, child\" 59ce067264