|Drink, child. Wash away your past, your worries. Drink and become our sister!|
|- Gwent: The Witcher Card Game|
Water of Brokilon or Waters of Oblivion is a psychotropic, mutagen-containing substance which can turn human girls into dryads. If applied early enough, they are fully transformed, but those who were transformed after being 10 years old will always have their human sweat instead of willow-smelling dryad one.
When used on witchers it causes severe hallucinations and visions, but afterwards they are in full health.
The goblet[edit | edit source]
Dryads keep the Water in an ancient silver goblet from Craag An. It has Elder Runic inscription: Duettaeánn aef cirrán Cáerme Gláeddyv. Yn á esseáth, which apparently means The Sword of Destiny has two edges – you are one of them.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Despite supposedly being able to work on just about anyone, it didn't affect Ciri. After drinking the Water, the only symptom occurred was a blush and when Eithné asked the girl whether she wanted to stay in Brokilon or pursue her Destiny, she chose the second.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
- In the original books, it's unclear why Ciri wasn't affected. However in the English translation, it insinuates it's due to Ciri's strong belief in destiny that kept the waters from working on her.