What's on your mind?
So, I’ve completed the task of siding with Dijkstra and planning the assassination of Radovid. I also found Thaler for him. At what point does that story pick up again? Later on, like maybe a couple hours, after Id done some stuff on Skellige, I went back to Dijkstra and there was no option to bring it up, same with Roche. Is there anything further to that story?
You’ve probably heard all about it. I’m playing on Xbox One and I can’t get the armor. Is there any way to possibly get it. I’ve tried reloading saves and falling to the cave. None of it works without the notes in the chest. I’m less looking for help then just expressing my disappointment. The wolf school gear looks very cool and I don’t understand how this was never fixed
Gotta say...Baptism of Fire is probably the worst from the saga
I recently played the witcher 3 for the second time, but for the first time with the two dlcs (when I first played it the dlcs weren't released). Just have a few treasure hunts left and a few poi in skellige. Wanted to start a ng+ after that, any tips for that? Is ng+ way more difficult than normal game?
Does anyone know if the giant tree next to bald mountain in the Witcher 3 is supposed to be a dead Bleobheris? The great oak in Blood of Elves where Dandelion performs his ballads was located in Velen so I’ve been wondering if there is some reference there.
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Yarpen Zigrin’s company
Zoltan Chivay’s company
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Just finished the last book ‘Lady of the Lake’ and in that book it says that Eredin was just trying to get the King of the Aen Elle, Auberon, to take a strong aphrodisiac. King Auberon was attempting to procreate with Ciri several times and just couldn’t do it. So King Auberon took the aphrodisiac, but took too much and died. That doesn’t make Eredin a regicide, just means the King died from taking too much. Why does the third game paint Eredin as a regicide? Just a continuity error? Or part of the multiverse?
I recently started reading the books and playing the third game (Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt) from the witcher series and I wonder if there are any connections between the books and the games (beside the charcters and The Continent). Sorry if I missed something, I just "entered" this world.
Beating O’Dimm in his game and getting Iris
Letting Olgierd die, and helping GO’D
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The Unseen Elder
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Is it worth it to wear the Kaer Morhen armor for an entire Witcher 3 playthrough? I know there’s the single upgraded jacket but I’m just curious if it’s plausible to do
Wanted to say this because it seems no one has caught this and when they talk about it they dont use the exact wording and when it comes to o'dim everyone seas its in the details and wording so when geralt talkes to o'dim in the tarvern were he stops time geralt askes him what are you demon or gin and o' dim replies i will not grant you this one wish for all who have learned my true name have eather died or met a fate worse than death. Now everyone seas geralt askes his name because thats how odim replies but geralt dose not geralt askes what are you not what is your name and o'dim cannot lie can only use wordplay and manipulation to distract and misdirect you so... TLDR o'dims true name is what he is he dose not have a true name for his name is what he is hence is wording and misdirection from the actual question asked.
Did reading the last wish book ruin foltest for anyone else *spoilers*
The fact that he banged his sister and it made the a striga. Just wondering because I real liked him in the 2nd game.
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Witchers pride themselves in being neutral, which they often are. However, when they're forced to choose, which side of the human/non-human conflict would be their more natural alignment?
Do they have better relations with extremist humans/non-human hunters like Siegfried of Denesle, Jacques de Alderberg, Vernon Roche and Radovid, along with organisations like the Order of the Flaming Rose, Witch Hunters and the Blue Stripes, or with extremist non-humans who hunt humans, such as Yaevinn, Toruviel, Iorveth and Isengrim, alongside non-human organisations like the Scoia'tael and Saskia's rebellion? Which group of people look more favourably on witchers?
And who are generally more friendly towards witchers: humans or non-humans?
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Within the last 2 years I’ve really gotten into the Witcher. It’s books are amazing, the Netflix show is amazing and the one game I’ve played is amazing.
My question is, will the devs over at CD Project Red ever rerelease The Witcher and The Witcher 2 for current or next gen consoles? They’re on PC and I do not have a machine capable of running either. But if they would be ported to PlayStation 4, I’d definitely give them a shot!!
Also.... side note.... The Witcher 3 is getting another update!!
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In the quest you have to kill a werewolf. On my first tries the beast had stages and at a certain moment it started regenerating.
Now, after I completed other missions, I returned to this quest, but the werewolf starts regenerating from the beggining. It is bassicly imposible to kill at lvl 9. What can I do ?
Gwent: in Witcher 3
Gwent: the game
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