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In Geralt’s flashbacks in The Witcher 2, he visits the Ravine of the Hydra where the Vrihedd Brigade were executed, in September 1269, then continues chasing the Wild Hunt. He is said to save a Letho in July 1270, before being exchanged for Yennefer at the winter solstice, presumably December 21st, 1270.
However, doesn’t The Witcher 1 take place in 1270? Even if it doesn’t, then given how The Witcher 2 happens in 1271, the time between December 1270 and Spring 1271 would have to include Geralt’s time in the Hunt, the events of The Witcher 1, and then his service under Foltest, which seems like too small a gap. Is this some kind of error, where he remembers it a year later than it should’ve been?
The Second Northern War ended in 1268 and so it would make sense if he visited the Ravine of the Hydra in September 13th 1268 instead of September 13th 1269, but The Witcher 2 also has the Rivian Pogrom on 25th September 1268, which happened before Geralt’s visit to the Rafine of the Hydra in his pursuit of the Wild Hunt. Seems like a big timeline error.
So, which year did Geralt actually meet Letho and exchange himself for Yen? 1269? And is there any explanation for all this? The video of the flashbacks is below.
Did you guys killed him or let him go? I played a couple of times and choose both but actually I don't know which one was better.
It is released today. Which faction is your favourite ? I like monster.
I've only read the first 2, a bit of Blood of Elves and would like to hear others opinions.
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I don't know if it's my place to create threads but I would really like a meme thread. One thread for all jokes/memes and other stuff about Witcher Universe, be it games or whatever! Please share and let's enjoy!
So the question is, how can Geralt sleep around with so many women yet romancing both Triss and Yennefer causes them both to dump him?
Well it's pretty simple, its because there is no commitment to all of the other women he sleeps with. With Triss and Yennefer, however, it's not an option as he commits to a permanent relationship with both which results in both getting very angry at him. He never commits to any of the other girls, the closest he gets to crossing the line is with Shani. Geralt actually seems ready to commit to Shani while romancing her, however, she herself decides against it as she remembers how it ended last time. But if it were possible then obviously Triss or Yennefer would not be happy.
However, commitment or not he is still cheating right? So question is do they or do they not know? And if they know do they or do they not care?
Answer is, yes they know and no they don't care.
They just don't, in fact Geralt's cheating is considered a joke by everyone including Triss, Yennefer and even Ciri.
In The Witcher 1 when romancing Triss, she will mention that she is aware that Geralt had other women and that she is not jealous at all.
During "The Great Escape" Geralt questions why Yennefer is not angry at him for going with Ciri to face Imlerith. To which she replies, that if he had died they would not have this conversation and that "the female half of the population of the continent would be drowning in tears".
During "Payback" Geralt will go with Ciri to meet Bea who will be clearly smitten by Geralt and vice-versa, thus forcing Ciri to remind them she is right next to them.
Near the end of the game the lodge will even openly discuss the fact that most of the women present on the ship are ones that slept with Geralt and Philippa will remark that Margarita will soon join the club.
Finally we have to remember that both Triss and Yennefer can and have been reading Geralt's mind, thus if they cared about him sleeping around then they would have dumped him long ago.
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[EN] In Witcher 3, when Ciri and Avallac’h are summoning Naglfar (Eredin’s ship), Ciri has to “cast a spell” to activate the sunstone. The spell kinda goes like that: “My heart is yours, but your head is mine”. In the cutscene, Ciri says that in Elder Speech, however, there are no subtitles to understand how it actually is written in Elder Speech. So, if anybody knows anything about that spell on Elder Speech please share🤗
[RU] В игре, когда Цири и Авалак’х призывают Нагльфар (корабль Эредина), Цири должна произнести своего рода заклинание: «Мое сердце принадлежит тебе, но твоя голова - моя». Она произносит это на Старшей Речи, но в субтитрах не было, как именно это пишется. Если кто-то знает как это «заклинание» пишется на Старшей Речи, пожалуйста поделитесь🤗
If Anna Henrietta dies, I can’t see anyone left from her family who would succeed her in ruling Toussaint. Would Nilfgaard have control over it, or would someone like Vivienne de Tabris rule the Duchy? Any ideas?
Anybody here got the android closed beta?
I want to know how's the gameplay and graphics. Is it playable and responsive as the PC version?
It's stated that he was burned by the Witch Hunters, but before he died at his pyre fiery beasts emerged and turned into a sign reading "Radovid sucks flaccid cock."
Well it's nice and all that he died with his middle finger on display, but the thing that bothers me is, when and how did he prepare this?
While he was held captive? On the other hand if he prepared it before he was captured, why not use those resources to find a way to escape Novigrad instead?
And even if he did, then how did he manage to smuggle the stuff past the Witch Hunters?
This got me thinking that if he was crafty enough to pull off such a stunt then maybe he didn't actually die. I mean the logical thing to do would be to prepare something that would allow him to escape instead of insulting the one to blame for his death.
So maybe Kalkstein did not die but simply feigned his death. This is just a hypothesis but maybe he used the knowledge he gained from the Mage's tower in the first game to create a golem look-alike of himself, and it was the golem that was burned at the pyre, while he being considered dead had an easy escape. This would also explain where Kalkstein kept the gear required to insult Radovid as they would obviously be inside the golem.
So what do others think? Do you think Kalkstein survived and have another idea how he could have escaped? Or do you think he did die?
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I always had this question in mind and i never found an answer for that.
Contains Spoilers so if you haven't read the book and don't want it to be spoiled, you know what to do.
On page 55, Geralt turns smoothly around and notices a girl in a white dress leaning against a trunk and when He says his greetings, she basically disappears, I'm a few pages past, where Nivellen is telling Geralt his story.
Who or what is she? I thought she would be at the white manor before Nivellen appeared which didn't obviously turn out to be.
I'm very curious to find out. Seemed kind of creepy a little.
Guys ever since I read boring Blood of Elves and Time of Contempt chapter 1, I am stuck right there. Please tell me somthing awesome is about to come! I really wanna read them all but cant find appropriate motivation! Help me pleazzzzzzzzzzzzz!