The Witcher swordsmith has hundreds of requests since Netflix show aired
They're quite sharp.
What you need to know
- Netflix's The Witcher is its most popular show.
- Everyone wants replica swords after watching the series.
- Swordsmith Artur Wysocki can't keep up with demand for the swords.
- You can check out The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt game on Amazon.
Netflix's The Witcher premiered in December, and it's already the streaming service's most popular show. Netflix sure does have a lot of confidence in the series. It's so popular that the only swordsmith licensed to make the swords has been innundated with requests.
In a report by PC Gamer, Artur Wysocki said that he has hundreds of emails asking for replicas. You can read an excerpt from the article below.
One of those emails is mine I have to admit. Hopefully, he'll be able to fulfill my request soon, but I'm not counting on it. That's a lot of emails and requests! If you want to check out the swords and place an order, just go here. Keep in mind that if you want a silver-plated sword, it'll cost you more, much more. I just went with the steel one because it shows the beauty of the metal, without anything covering it.
If you're not one for collecting swords, you can always check out The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the game, on Xbox One. It's available as a disc, download, or free if you're an Xbox Game Pass subscriber.
An epic journey
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition is the best version of the acclaimed open-world adventure. You step into the shoes of Geralt of Rivia, a Witcher, who's on a mission to save his ward Ciri and prevent the apocalypse.
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