The Witcher’s wrinkly testicle armor is being smoothed out for season two

The distinctive armor worn by Nilfgaardian soldiers in the first season of Netflix’s The Witcher was a controversial choice. Some people liked the organic, Geiger-esque look. Other people thought it made them look like ballsacks.

Photos from behind the scenes of season two, taken by Terry Blackburn for Backgrid and spotted by Redanian Intelligence, show Cahir and a couple of Nilfgaardian soldiers wearing plate armor that looks a little dimpled, but is overall much smoother than what they were rocking back in season one. Cahir’s carrying his winged helmet too, as described repeatedly in the books.

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Eamon Farren as Cahir in his new armor

(Image credit: Terry Blackburn)
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Two Nilfgaardian soldiers in smoother armor

(Image credit: Terry Blackburn)

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