the series “the Witcher”, a frame from the trailer
Streamingby Netflix opened a vacancy of “assistant reader” who is supposed to love horses and fight with monsters. Full job description posted on the website of the company.
The position will be “motivated, result-oriented individuals” who have a “craving for solving problems and killing monsters – in the literal and figurative meanings.” “Assistant Witcher” also must be willing to travel.
In addition, the employee must:
to identify and destroy various monsters, animals, demons, villains, and the like;
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to have your own equipment – “a horse, two swords, a variety of potion” necessarily, but “armor, chains, and other equipment” – desirable;
possess multitasking skills;
to love nature, because you have to work outdoors.
More the candidate should meet the following requirements:
diploma from accredited school of wizards or relevant experience;
the ability to wear several pounds of weight;
the absence of fear of working;
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the existence of innate understanding of the lesser evil and the greater good;
excellent verbal communication skills, ability to get along with a wide range of clients;
ability to work in a fast paced and at the same time to maintain flexibility;
agreement with the statement that the worst monsters generated by ourselves.
Recall, the series “the Witcher” Netflix is different from the books.
As reported by the portal Znaia the creators of “the Witcher” told, as was done sex scenes.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Netflix will release a series about a Ukrainian Ivan Demjanjuk.
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