History VideoGame / TheWitcher3WildHunt

23rd Aug '16 3:28:13 AM mack
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** The first clue in the quest Skellige's Most Wanted that something is amiss is that [[spoiler:you can request a maximum additional reward from the quest giver and they accept automatically. Everyone else will have their "annoyance" meter raised and only accept a payment closer to the middle of the range of payment.]]
18th Aug '16 5:24:55 PM fbiuzz
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** This can apply to all three games but, in the story of the books, monsters are becoming less and less common in the Witcher's world, making witchers less and less necessary. Yet the game series portrays a world absolutely brimming with monstrous creatures. Justified, as one of the main reason that monsters are rare is because walled cities and large armies can easily deal with external threats and drive back the monsters. With the war ravaging the countryside, large armies being focused on the battlefield instead of protecting villages, the monsters are making a comeback. Notbably, throughout the games, one of the most common monsters are necrophages, which thrive in the war situation that is tearing through the North.

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** This can apply to all three games but, in the story of the books, monsters are becoming less and less common in the Witcher's world, making witchers less and less necessary. Yet the game series portrays a world absolutely brimming with monstrous creatures. Justified, as one of the main reason that monsters are rare is because walled cities and large armies can easily deal with external threats and drive back the monsters. With the war ravaging the countryside, large armies being focused on the battlefield instead of protecting villages, the local populations, the monsters are making a comeback. Notbably, Notably, throughout the games, one of the most common monsters types are necrophages, which thrive in the war situation that is tearing through the North.
18th Aug '16 12:21:09 PM McSomeguy
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-->'''Geralt''': "You're clearly not human. What are you? A demon? A djinn?"
-->'''O'Dimm''': "Do you truly wish to know?"
-->'''Geralt''': "Yes."
-->'''O'Dimm''': "No, Geralt, you don't. This one time I will spare you and not grant your wish."
13th Aug '16 5:04:32 PM WildCardCourier
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* CallBack: Not in the expansion itself, but the digital comic released alongside it. The ''Killing Monsters'' comic takes place before the events of the trailer of the same name, going so far as to end right as the trailer begins.



* ContinuityNod: When asking for the specifics about the Manticore Witcher set diagrams, Geralt mentions having worn the set some years ago. Said set was the Excellent Leather Jacket armor from all the way back in the first game (The armor he's depicted using in that game's into and outro). The New Game Plus version, however, actually has a different look and appears to be a combination of the jacket and the various versions of the Raven's Armor.

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* ContinuityNod: When asking for the specifics about the Manticore Witcher set diagrams, Geralt mentions having worn the set some years ago. Said set was the Excellent Leather Jacket armor from all the way back in the first game (The armor he's depicted using in that game's into intro and outro). The New Game Plus version, however, actually has a different look and appears to be a combination of the jacket and the various versions of the Raven's Armor.



* ScavengerHunt: The DLC includes new Grandmaster tier Witcher equipment sets for the Wolf, Cat, Griffin, and Bear Schools, while adding armor and weapons for the new Manticore School.

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* ScavengerHunt: The DLC includes new Grandmaster tier Witcher equipment sets for the Wolf, Cat, Griffin, and Bear Schools, while adding armor and weapons for the new Manticore School. Although it should be said that the Cat, Griffin, and Bear School gear requires the Mastercrafted tier equivalent in order to upgrade them. The Manticore set is Grandmaster tier already, while the Wolf set doesn't require the Mastercrafted gear to be made.
13th Aug '16 9:31:54 AM Melancholeric
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* PrecisionFStrike: From [[spoiler:Roach]] of all people.

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* PrecisionFStrike: From [[spoiler:Roach]] of all all, um... people.
11th Aug '16 7:29:41 AM LLCamara
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* BestHerToBedHer: Jutta, a swordmaiden on Faroe, propositions Geralt after being bested, practically invoking this trope in the process.

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* BestHerToBedHer: Played straight with Jutta, a swordmaiden on Faroe, propositions Geralt after being bested, practically invoking this trope in the process. Faroe.
10th Aug '16 9:07:18 AM LLCamara
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* BreakableWeapons: Weapons degrade and break over time unless repaired. This functions as a MoneySink, keeping you appropriately impoverished for the story, as witchers are not known for amassing wealth, no matter how many monsters they slay for reward. Although there are ways of accumulating money.

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* BreakableWeapons: Subverted. Weapons degrade and break over time unless repaired. This functions as time, decreasing their damage by a MoneySink, keeping you appropriately impoverished for the story, as witchers are not known for amassing wealth, no matter how many monsters they slay for reward. Although there are ways of accumulating money.set percentage according to its durability, but remain functional and perfectly usable even at 0% durability.
9th Aug '16 9:02:38 PM lrrose
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* OutWithABang: A sidequest has Geralt try to recover stolen gems rumored to increase the sexual prowess of any man who touches them. Geralt learns that the thief is an old man who is using the gems to treat his erectile dysfunction. If Geralt lets the old man keep the gems, the old man pays Geralt and promises more coin if Geralt returns in a week. If Geralt returns after a week passes in-game, he finds that the old man died from having too much sex.
9th Aug '16 12:26:16 PM lrrose
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* HellholePrison: Subverted with Bastoy Prison, which was abandoned after a failed experiment so terrible that the Duchy had to erase all records of its occurrence to avoid a scandal. What terrible horrors were inflicted on the Bastoy inmates? None. The experiment was to treat the prisoners humanely, a radical idea in the Witcher-verse.


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* LighterAndSofter: Toussaint is a much more pleasant place than the regions visited in the base game. The majority of the sidequests are lighthearted and many of them involve LeaningOnTheFourthWall. While the DLC's main quest has plenty of dark moments, it never reaches the feel of hopelessness that pervades Velen and Novigrad.
6th Aug '16 6:45:42 AM lrrose
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* ObstructiveBureaucrat: "Paperchase" has Geralt face the most fearsome enemy of his life: finding the paperwork to prove to the bank that he is not dead so he can withdraw money from a bank account a client set up for him years ago as payment for a job. While [[spoiler:the bank is trying to cover up that it spent Geralt's money after he was reported dead]], another customer indicates that this kind of obstruction is commonplace at the bank.
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