Hello could somebody tell me how Toussaint is governed? I need a list of ministers, whether if there is a legislative body and other related to governance stuff! Thanks.
What's on your mind?
Like if they were to make another one what would it be about cause I had an idea were it is Geralt in his later years like Vesemir RIP moping around in Kaer Morhen and maybe Ciri or one of his lovers (yen/triss) comes up to see him and they get talking and a monster hunt opportunity arises and Geralt gets his last ride (I do realise this would never happen but I would love another Witcher game but I don’t want it without the white wolf)
I just bought the game and all DLC for $14.99 off Steam but I'm reluctant to sink in 2 hours in case the game is really just a high polish (no pun) yet generic endless monster farmer. I'm all for replayability since my favorite game is New Vegas, so as long as the grind isn't MMO scale I'll feel fine.
Since the Reddit community loves to circlejerk I'm only coming here to make sure I don't end up like those few unfortunate Steam reviewers that regret their purchase.
Does anyone know if there is a way to counter that move in his second phase where he sends bats to swarm you, or do you just need to hope you dodge it?
So, I’ve recently started the side quest “Now or Never” where Triss attempts to get the mages out of Novigrad. I’m stuck on the Vampire fight. How do I get passed it without abandoning the quest entirely?
Perhaps it was a way to repay or even ingratiate Geralt before their confrontation? While Letho is a fairly decent guy deep down, I can’t see him going that far.
His plan was to lay the blame on mages after the regicides, so perhaps he did it to frame his capture in order to confess the Lodge’s role to the kings at the summit? Maybe, but it seems a bit far-fetched and doesn’t explain why he saved Triss specifically.
It might be one of those things that’s obvious but I missed it. In any case, does anyone have any ideas?
When will the option appear for Roche and Zoltan in order to ask them to join Geralt at Kaer Morgen. I have already completed their respective side quests regarding saving Ves and getting Zoltan the Gwent cards.
Could please anyone tell me?
I for one, find the idea of a 4th game being a prequel to be a bad idea. 3 opened up new possibilities for stories and characters. New monsters arriving via the second conjunction, a possible Northern Empire which may or may not last if the conquored Kingdoms rebel, or Nlifgaard ruling everything, which also may or may not last if there's rebellion. I suspect it may have to do with Geralt likely being retired, or different endings to choose from. Nothing a game import can't solve. Plus, Doug Cocker himself has said that he thinks Ciri should be the next protagonist.
But I'm open. For those who wish to have a prequel game, let it out. Unlike the world of the Witcher, we can try and get along.
Which game has the best storyline in your opinion?
I think it's the Witcher 1. It has an interesting main questline. It's just that the game is old and having problems telling us a story. So it seems dull and boring. But I don't think the story is boring and dull.
After the death of Radovid if you choose Dijkstra the North still wins but how? Dijkstra is a smart politican but he is not a commander. He never lead a army. How does he manages to defeat the Nilfgaard? .
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The books mention an offscreen war called the War of the Two Unicorns. Little is revealed about it, save that it was very bloody and that both factions used a Unicorn banner. Given that the ruling dynasty of Kaedwen is called the Unicorn dynasty, many have assumed that the war is fought between two members of the dynasty, making likely a Kaedweni civil war. Well, I think I know how this could translate into a 4th game, if one is ever made.
With King Hensalt dead(good riddance), and having no male heirs, the future of Kaedwen is uncertain. It's mentioned that his deceased son married, so it's plausible that the deceased prince fathered at least one child. But since it states that Hensalt has no MALE heirs, it's most likely that if the Prince fathered a child, it was likely a daughter. And it's same to assume like most Witcher monarchies, Kaedwen's succession syste, is patriarchal. Other biological candidates could include any bastard children Hensalt fathered himself. But as we all know, bastards have no claim unless there are no other potential heirs. Or maybe it's a war fought between two bastards.
So now Kaedwen is faced with a huge succession war fought between at least one bastard who's somehow managed to gain support for his claim, and Hensalt's grandaughter. The next question is, what's their character? If this was a plot point in a 4th game, would you take a side? Or would you let them both burn out?
What would you do to solve the issue of succession in Kaedwen if you were a writer for a 4th game?
I am currently using Anathema silver sword as Sting in honor of Ian Holm as Bilbo Baggins. Anyone care to share if there is a better sword that resembles Sting?
Apart from the perks you can unlock for example wearing all light armor, is there any real reason to only use a certain armor type? Like in skyrim I’ve always used light armor so I carried that over in a way to The Witcher 3 but I keep getting better gear thats either medium or heavy.
Here is something interesting about good old Thaler.
You see like every idiom "Swears like a Sailor" has an equivalent in other languages, but obviously it's not a literal translation and thus is changed a bit from language to language.
In the Polish language, which is the original language of the games as you know, the idiom is translated to "Klnie jak Szewc." Which when translated literally would mean "Swears like a Shoemaker" or "Swears like a Cobbler."
So yes Thaler changing his cover from a fence to a cobbler in the 3rd game brings a whole new meaning to the saying.
What if we could host our own gwent tournaments after the story is complete? They only recruit the best players from around the world.
Why does Eskel and Lambert have no gwent cards?
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Geralt and Ciri have finally meet, the timelines are lined up(provided you do a bit of research), Nilfgaard is still after the two, the White Frost prophecy is told. Whether or not it's the work of the Wild Hunt, or a cruel hand of fate is unknown. What comes next? A season adaptation of the books? Maybe something else? Let your imaginations and theories run wild... but not like the Wild Hunt.
There's not an article on this one. Strange. Would someone care to remedy this?