There’s really no point to killing Sile since she is now exposed and on the run. I was tempted to let her die since she deserves it to some degree, but then she promises information on Yennefer. Given Yennefer’s importance, letting her live is worth it.
As soon as the battle begins, cast Aard to bring Dragon down, then toss a bomb directly at it to cause some heavy burning damage. This will not only send the Forktail into a bout of high-pitched screeching, but will also leave it completely vulnerable for you to move in and slay it as well.
The battle takes him to the top of the tower, where he mounts the dragon and the two fly out of the city. Trying to shake Geralt off, Geralt forces it to crash land and have the dragon impaled by tree where he left with a decision to spare or kill it.
You can either kill Letho or let him live. You don’t gain anything by killing him though, but you can have “the final battle” which is compulsory for many games. If you spare him, then as the journal says his fate is “story for another time”.
There are 5 chapters + the prologue in Kaer Morhen. The replies saying that there are 3 chapters + prologue and epilogue are talking about Witcher 2.
City walls may protect humans from ground creatures but a dragon can torch a city from above. They make settlements of large human population very risky for humans and therefore are what prevent humanity from prospering. Geralt doesn’t kill them because they are self-aware and a dying breed.
Geralt can choose to either give Sile a dignified death or to abandon her. If Sile is not present then the character entry on her will be completed after the quest as if she had been present and Geralt has given her a dignified death.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
If Geralt saved her life in The Witcher 2, Síle appears in the prison at Oxenfurt along with Margarita Laux-Antille.
Romancing Triss are by default in TW2. Save or not, in the end you still her lover, which they parted after Geralt’s memory of Yen are coming back. If you not love Triss on TW1, CDPR force the story default that you were Triss lover in TW2, even if you pick Shani in TW1.
In his rage, he tries to attack Geralt but Regis intervenes and fights Dettlaff. The two vampires battle and Regis is eventually smashed into a brick wall. Geralt continues the fight with Dettlaff, who after taking damage transforms into a skeletal vampire beast.
Steer Mia the sheep towards the remains of the dog
To steer the creature, activate your Axii sign, and then approach from the left to make the sheep go right, or from the right if you want it to go left. Keep this up until the poor old sheep is by the dog that had been killed.
Borch wasn’t keen on killing Myrgtabrakke, the dragon of Barefield, and later adopted her baby, for in reality, Borch was a huge golden dragon by the name of Villentretenmerth with the ability to change shape.
It turns out, Borch is a rare golden dragon, a mutated creature that can apparently appear in human form. The whole reason Borch came to Geralt in the first place was because he knew the Witcher would never kill a dragon. He came to Geralt for protection. And that’s what he gets.
Decision: Will you go with Roche to save Anaïs, or alone to save Triss? Consequences: If you choose to help Roche, you will attack the Kaedweni camp where you kill Dethmold and save Anaïs. … Letho rescues Triss, who will be with him when you meet during the epilogue.
I thought it was more a metaphor that Yennefer is still out there, and the ladybug symbolizes that his “romantic beautify” is alive and well even though it’s said she died trying to revive him. He’s trying to figure out what happened to him before he blacked out and Yennefer is a big part of that.
That makes Anais, the older of the two, the true heir to Foltest’s throne. She is captured and held by Henselt’s forces at a Kaedweni camp, and should you choose to rescue her, you must again make a choice, handing her over either to Redania or to Temeria.
In a post on the official The Witcher forums, CDPR’s Philipp Webber has commented on the Iorveth focused content that was cut from the game. … It’s perfectly natural that parts of the game are cut in development, and in this case it unfortunately hit a part that Iorveth had a big role in.
Completing The Witcher 2 Assassins of Kings (all storyline and side quests) will take around 35 hours. If you want to complete the game in 100%, i.e. unlock all trophies, you’ll have to spend 55 hours in game.
Players could explore the newly-styled Continent to continue Geralt’s story. Most players spent between 25 to 30 hours to get through the main game. Those that wanted to complete the game fully spent about 50 hours doing so.
The Witcher and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings are divided up by Chapters while The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is by Acts.
Witchers were also created for the purpose of of protecting mankind from dragons and other monsters. It was them who decided to stop going after dragons due to their nearly extinct population. As far as sentinent beings being killed, that is up to the witcher for there is no code, Geralt made his own code up.
Dragons in Witcher universe like in many other fantasy universes can be in human form as well. This dragon in particular goes by the name of Borkh when in human form, basically he does this so that he can blend in, while Villentretenmerth is his true name. “
|Geralt of Rivia||between 90 and 100|
|Yennefer of Vengerberg||almost 100|
|Jaskier (Dandelion)||between 35 and 45|
|Ciri||around 22 – 23|
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