You need to visit Shani one more time – BEFORE going to the Temple of Lilvani to meet Olgierd and Master Mirror – in order to play her at Gwent.
After a short fight with some Witcher Hunters, Geralt talks to Professor Shakeslock about Gaunter O’Dimm.
A memorable scene with Gaunter O’Dimm at The Alchemy Inn in Oxenfurt, then a visit to Shani to try to find out more about what Geralt’s up against.
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.
A final, brief chat with the sinister Gaunter O’Dimm, then it’s time for the capping of the bride, and a funny speech from Vlodimir. Then it’s the end of the quest.
The game “Slip in for a Slipper” involves Shani throwing her shoe into the pond and Vlodimir diving in after it.
When you first approach the Gwent table in Dead Man’s Party, Shani says “In the mood to lighten Geralt’s purse?” which is a warning of what’s to come.
When the wedding in “Dead Man’s Party” actually gets going, there are a number of different activities to perform. One of them is to rescue the fire-breather from a bothersome dog.
The change in Geralt’s personality when possessed by Vlodimir is profound and hilarious. Shani quite likes it. And off to the party they go. “This way, my strawberry…”
Shani discovers Geralt passed-out on the floor of the crypt and when he wakes up he’s acting rather strangely. It seems that Vlodimir von Everec can possess Geralt and change his personality.