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[[WMG: The Witcher universe and other worlds seen/mentioned are part of MagicTheGathering multiverse and Ciri is a planeswalker.]]

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[[WMG: The Witcher universe and other worlds seen/mentioned are part of MagicTheGathering TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering multiverse and Ciri is a planeswalker.]]


Possibly its world of origin, i mean, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrXiRtpTmGo just look at it.]]

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Possibly its world of origin, i mean, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrXiRtpTmGo just look at it.]]]]

[[WMG: The Ghost in the Tree is nowhere near as bad as the Crones and the book She Who Knows make her out to be.]]

Note I'm not saying TGITT is a ''benevolent'' entity-- her plaguing of Downwarren and her destruction of that village are proof that she can be incredibly cruel, violent, and vindictive. But none of that awfulness was ''random''. She was specifically targeting the village most loyal to the Crones, who murdered her. Her actions weren't justified-- the poor saps in Downwarren really didn't have much choice in allegiance-- but this wasn't simple wanton destruction, it was lashing out against the Crones. She couldn't kill them herself, so she tried getting at them through their servants.

The Crones make her out to be an utterly evil creature consumed by bloodlust, but they're manipulative, deceitful monsters themselves. Think about the way they tried to make Ciri out to be "mischievous, stubborn, and selfish" when all the poor girl had done was try not to get dismembered and handed over to the Wild Hunt. They did tell Geralt the truth in the end, but only when he pressed them. They are, to put it lightly, unreliable. The book "She Who Knows" might not be any better, as most of the people who know about the Crones worship them-- it might have been written by one of their cultists.

TGITT might be a cruel entity, and she might go to great lengths for revenge. But it could be that as long as you aren't on her bad side and don't profess loyalty to any of her enemies, she'll leave you alone-- which is more than can be said of the Crones. All in all, TGITT might be more an example of NatureIsNotNice than a genuine CompleteMonster.


[[Nilfaarg's Emperor made a pact witth O'Dimm]]
The bow is same.

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[[Nilfaarg's [[WMG: Nilfaarg's Emperor made a pact witth O'Dimm]]
The bow is same.same.

[[WMG: The game Fade to Silence takes place in a world effected by the White Frost]]
Possibly its world of origin, i mean, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrXiRtpTmGo just look at it.]]

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[[WMG: Geralt appeared in Monster Hunter World during Through Time and Space]]
Like it says on the tin. The Monster Hunter World crossover has been announced and Geralt appears there through a portal. It's an unseen detour that took place during this quest, possibly an additional world to the ones we saw. If it is one of the worlds we saw, then the second world is probably the best candidate - poison mists and the distant roar of a terrifying creature both feel like Monster Hunter.


They are the only nation not to be affected at all by the recent wars and now they have the majority of the world's surviving mages. King Tancred has done rather well out of this.

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They are the only nation not to be affected at all by the recent wars and now they have the majority of the world's surviving mages. King Tancred has done rather well out of this.this.

[[Nilfaarg's Emperor made a pact witth O'Dimm]]
The bow is same.


* [[GreyAndGreyMorality It seems unlikely that the Witcher world exists in a reality with hard and fast rules of who is good and evil.]]

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* [[GreyAndGreyMorality It seems unlikely that the Witcher world exists in a reality with hard and fast rules of who is good and evil.]]]]

[[WMG: Kovir is going to become a significantly greater power.]]
They are the only nation not to be affected at all by the recent wars and now they have the majority of the world's surviving mages. King Tancred has done rather well out of this.


* Certainly possible that all Ciri's really doing is casting Plane Shift and/or Greater & Interplanetary Teleport, but there is another side to this. If the Witcher secretly takes place within the greater D&D cosmology - which, in theory, with a wink and a nod, includes most all fictional settings - then the White Frost actually becomes drastically less dangerous on the macro scale. There are a multitude of creatures in D&D that are immune to the negative effects of the cold and would thrive in worlds overcome by the White Frost; it would still be an absolutely massive extinction event, but not a total one.

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* Certainly possible that all Ciri's really doing is casting Plane Shift and/or Greater & Interplanetary Teleport, but there is another side to this. If the Witcher secretly takes place within the greater D&D cosmology - which, in theory, with a wink and a nod, includes most all fictional settings - then the White Frost actually becomes drastically less dangerous on the macro scale. There are a multitude of creatures in D&D that are immune to the negative effects of the cold and would thrive in worlds overcome by the White Frost; it would still be an absolutely massive extinction event, but not a total one.one.
* [[GreyAndGreyMorality It seems unlikely that the Witcher world exists in a reality with hard and fast rules of who is good and evil.]]



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* That would also explain why some people like Cynthia who's very existence shouldn't be public knowledge are in there.



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* Certainly is won't involve Roche since he's already part of the existing questlines.



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** The closest to this is a fling with Kiera Metz who is never evil but can be persuaded to help by a one night stand with Geralt. Yennefer has her memory completely back already.



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** Yes on all counts.




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*** Not completely {{Jossed}}, Roche is present.


ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin; Furthermore, [[VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment The Nameless One's]] crime was creating/freeing the White Frost, thus causing the planes to begin dying.

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ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin; Furthermore, [[VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment The Nameless One's]] crime was creating/freeing the White Frost, thus causing the planes to begin dying.dying.
* Certainly possible that all Ciri's really doing is casting Plane Shift and/or Greater & Interplanetary Teleport, but there is another side to this. If the Witcher secretly takes place within the greater D&D cosmology - which, in theory, with a wink and a nod, includes most all fictional settings - then the White Frost actually becomes drastically less dangerous on the macro scale. There are a multitude of creatures in D&D that are immune to the negative effects of the cold and would thrive in worlds overcome by the White Frost; it would still be an absolutely massive extinction event, but not a total one.


Furthermore [[spoiler:the world she described to Geralt when they finally met as a one where she hid from Eredrin for six months sounded pretty much like a Cyberpunk setting.]]

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Furthermore [[spoiler:the world she described to Geralt when they finally met as a one where she hid from Eredrin for six months sounded pretty much like a Cyberpunk setting.]]]]

[[WMG: The Witcher universe is a world within TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}]]
ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin; Furthermore, [[VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment The Nameless One's]] crime was creating/freeing the White Frost, thus causing the planes to begin dying.


Aside from the 16 free DLCs, there will be a culminating free expansion with gameplay improvements and a new map where the entire city of Vizima is opened for exploration with quests and such, with the main storyline involving Vernon Roche and his ragtag Temerian resistance sabotaging the Nilfgaardians in the city.

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Aside from the 16 free DLCs, {{DLC}}s, there will be a culminating free expansion with gameplay improvements and a new map where the entire city of Vizima is opened for exploration with quests and such, with the main storyline involving Vernon Roche and his ragtag Temerian resistance sabotaging the Nilfgaardians in the city.


[[WMG: The Witcher universe and other worlds seen/mentioned are part of MagicTheGathering multiverse and Ciri is a planeswalker.]]

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[[WMG: The Witcher universe and other worlds seen/mentioned are part of MagicTheGathering multiverse and Ciri is a planeswalker.]]

[[WMG: Ciri will appear in the VideoGame/{{Cyberpunk2077}} game.]]
Firstly, she has an ability to travel between worlds and she is a pretty popular character. It makes sense for her to have TheCameo in another game by the same studio.

Furthermore [[spoiler:the world she described to Geralt when they finally met as a one where she hid from Eredrin for six months sounded pretty much like a Cyberpunk setting.
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