Working on crafting all the grandmaster armors (don't start, I already know it'll take massive amounts of time, coin, and material). But who thought charging 4,000+ for a single item you can craft for only 100 was a bright idea?
What's on your mind?
If you haven’t heard CDPR just announced the delay of the Witcher 3 next gen upgrade to the second quarter of 2022. I apologize for being a bearer of bad news but hopefully it’s for the better. Well time to start a new gameplay I guess : )
My Geralt follows the same moral code my characters from Elder Scrolls and Dragon Age follow. I know that the Witcher world can be a dark and cruel place. But my loyalties lie with the people. I never rob from the poor, never extort, never blackmail, never harm children, or try to intimidate people, and only kill monsters of the worst kind and true evildoers. As such, there are some monsters I will spare or try to reason with. And if that fails, I still mourn them.
My Geralt dislikes bullies and are known for standing up to them. l prefer to resolve it with diplomacy, but if that fails or if someone was trying to kill or rape someone, they'll find no pity from me, especially if their victim is a child or a member of the Elder Races. Speaking of which, my Geralt is very sympathetic towards the Elder Races. I'll fight them if I have to, but we share the same plights. I also try to help allies get along even if that's difficult or impossible. (call me a softie, but that's how I choose to play) I take no pleasure in hunting, but I understand that it's needed for survival. If I must kill a carnivore, I often hunt an herbivore to balance things out.
I'm not fond of monarch's or nobles, but I will work alongside them if need be. Otherwise, I kill them in the name of their people and country. When I ensure Henselt and Radovid bite the dust, I do it for the people of Radenia and Kaedwen. It was Radovid and Henselt's duty to protect their people, and instead they chose to pursue their own selfish agendas. So what do I do? I work in the interests of the people of Radenia and Kaedwen, and make sure that their Kings die for abusing their power.
As for Sorceresses and Mages, I'm not fond of their own selfish agendas, but they don't deserve to be burned at the stake. No one does.
I also care very much for Ciri and want her to survive the Wild Hunt. Yet even so, her survival also comes at a cost. If she becomes a Witcher, I'm happy that she's happy. But I pity all the suffering that common people will have under Nilfgaard. If she becomes Empress, I do pity her for not being able to become what she desires. But I applaud her for trying to make the Witcher world a better place for EVERYONE, even though it's not going to be easy.
Yeah, I may seem too soft or too kind for the Witcher. But I think people who are too good for the Witcher world are just what the world needs.
Enough about me though. What's your Geralt?
Does anyone know what's the chronological order of the stories of the first two novels?
Sorry if this has been asked before.
If you tend to favor the first 2 books of the series over the entire Ciri story line then you’ll thoroughly enjoy Season of Storms! CDPR could have made an entire DLC around Geralt’s through this book. If you like the duo interactions with Geralt and Dandelion, this is the best adventure they go through. Further lore is explained like details of his swords, more continent information, introduction to more mages, and some more monsters and creatures introduced.
So despite being a huge rpg fan I'm way behind and just now started playing the witcher 2. Loving it so far! Wish me luck and looking forward to getting 3 😁
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The Shrek films are set in the sphere of 1000 fables 🧐
Scenario: According to the wiki, regardless if Radenia or Nilfgaard won, the Northern Kingdoms prove to be hard to control, and Kaedwen eventually drove out the occupiers... only for the game version of the 4 of the Two Unicorns to break out.
Now, something in 4's plot demands that you travel to Kaedwen, where you learn who the two leaders of the two sides of the war are.
On one hand, we have a lower ranking female member of the dynasty of the Unicorn, maybe Henselt's granddaughter or something, I'm making some of the more minor stuff up. But she wants to bring major changes to Kaedwen, such as granting more say to the commoners, and even giving the Elder Races full rights. But in order to make these reforms, she needs to restrict the power of the nobility and pay for the reforms by confiscating some of their wealth. Additionally, she made her bid by usurping the throne and is a very manipulative viper.
On the other side, we have a popular noble who formed a rebellion to crush what he sees as the unjust seizing of the throne. He's much nicer and polite to Geralt or whomever we play as if a 4th game is ever made. But he wants to keep old traditions going, and even plans on expanding the power of the nobility. This means that he's no friend of the commoners, and especially the Elder races. He also believes that it is wrong for a woman to rule a Kingdom.
Who would you side with? The tyrant usurper who wants to make major reforms for the commoners and Elder Races? Or the nice rebel who wants to keep things as they were running when Henselt was in power?
That Roach is the worst fucking horse ever in gaming.
What do u think is the hardest witcher contract in the witcher 3 is?
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Me: killing the frog in death match
Didn't there use to be episode transcripts or am I confusing this with another website I can't remember?
Temeria's fate is one of many choices one can make in the game, be it either a Redanian puppet, or a Nilfgaard providence, Temeria's fate is a painful choice as it seems to be the least corrupt of the Northern Kingdoms. And yet, according to the page for the Winter War, Redania's victory over Kaedwen was short lived, same with Nilfgaard if it wins. According to this wiki, Kaedwen rebelled and shed it's foreign lords... only for the result to be the game version of the War of the Two Unicorns.
On one hand, the largest of the Northern Kingdoms has regained indpendence. On the other hand, as far as I know, the game War of the Two Unicorns has not yet ended, which could open the door for a future Redanian or Nilfgaard invasion. I don't know if this will inspire other Northern Kingdoms to rebel, or to keep their blades sheathed. But I think that if there's a 4th game, this should play a major role.
Just as Assassin of Kings had players ponder if it was really worth killing all those Kings, or if they were needed, players could measure the pros and cons of the Northern Kingdoms regaining their independence. On one hand, no one truly deserves to be crushed and conquered, or dragged into an Empire. On the other hand, the Northern Kingdoms are a pit of vipers and one could even argue they are worse then Nilfgaard.
If a 4th game ever brought this into the spotlight, I'm not sure what I would choose. With Kaedwen, I'd have to look at what both sides of the Civil War want, and if any side wants to bring the changes that are needed to make the Kingdom a better place, I'll side with them. If neither side fits my morality, I'll have to be on Nilfgaard's side just as I was when I put Ciri on the throne. The Witcher world may be the crappiest fantasy world of all, but in all fantasy worlds, my loyalties lie with what would make things better for everyone. And believe me, that's no easy moral code to live by and sometimes even I get stuck. But what's life without challenge?
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I edited the Kayleigh page to add the month and day of an event and (spoiler) his eventual beheading. It was almost immediately edited back. I have no issue with this, but was wondering what I did wrong. Is the information too trivial? Am I accidentally stepping on someone else’s toes? I’ve read the guidelines, but am unfamiliar with the unspoken rules of the wiki and I don’t want to keep adding things that just make more work for people to change back. Thanks for everyone’s patience!
Witcher 3 was easily the best video game of the last generation and when Vesemir dies at Kaer Morhen it kills me. This movie did him a lot of credit. The scene with Ilyana at the end reminded me of the widow Geralt meets in Hearts of Stone. The man was a romantic and a badass as well as a good mentor to Geralt. I enjoyed it a lot.
So, in the above mentioned quest, I came across Josta(a Freya's priestess). During a conversation with her, a dialogue option appears "May I ask you something else?". After clicking it, nothing happens and you are provided with the option at the start of conversation, either do the conversation again or end it. I tried many times but nothing. It happened to me in the previous playthrough as well. Searched the internet/forums but couldn't find a useful explanation. Is this particular thing is a bug or there's a difference way to approach the conversation. I know it's a small thing and can be missed many times. But I am just curious what that dialogue option leads to. You know witcher secrets are quite amazing.
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