Examining Ciri’s room at Crow’s Perch Geralt finds a spinning top, a book about curses, and a new Stash location. He then goes to talk to Gretka, the young girl Ciri found in the woods during “Ciri’s Story: The King of the Wolves”.
Geralt meets with Phillip Strenger, aka The Bloody Baron, who tells him he knows why he’s come to Crow’s Perch. The Baron confirms that he recently saw Ciri, which begins the flashback quest “Ciri’s Story: The King of the Wolves”, which you play as Ciri.
You get a selection of cool Witcher 3 Paper Toy templates if you buy The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year Edition on GOG.com. There’s also a catalogue provided with photos showing what the final, built toys looks like.
I recently bought The Witcher 3 GOTY Edition on GOG.com so I’m moving over from the Steam version to the GOG version to play through it again. This will be my fourth playthrough.
Arguably the best thing about The Witcher 3 are the characters upon which the game is based. A great script brings good characters to life, and these – in my opinion – are the 20 best characters in the game.
There are quite a few quests in The Witcher 3. In fact: there are 309 in total. These are my top 30 favourites.
There are three different endings to the base game of The Witcher 3, and what you get at the end depends on a number of factors as you played through the game.
In previous playthroughs I’d chosen to let Ciri become Empress. This time, though, I thought I’d try the other ‘good’ outcome.
The dramatic penultimate quest of the base game – racing to find Ciri at the ancient tower of Tor Gvalch’ca.
The dramatic final battle with The Wild Hunt – or at least the first part of it – and a fight with Caranthir, who summons Ice Elementals to protect himself (that I just ignore).