- Name: Mockingbird
- Recommended by: Flop
- State: Complete
- Synopsis: An exploration of false Cirilla’s backstory, her kidnapping from Brugge, and the events of her relationship to Stella Congreve and Emhyr. The fic ends with a short epilogue of my take on hers and Emhyr’s 20+ years of marriage before his death in the late 13th century. The real Cirilla has either chosen to become a witcheress or to leave for other worlds; i.e, this fic is based on the books and contradicts games canon.
- Pairing: False Ciri/Emhyr var Emiris
"A Scholars Travels With A Witcher" by Spike 368 (Link)
- "Recommended by": Fallengamer13forlife
- "Status": Ongoing
- "Synopsis": Sent out to gather the knowledge of the real world. A young scholar from the University of Oxenfurt finds a wounded Witcher on the steps to the inn where he was staying. Needing a subject for his working towards his Proffesorship, he tags along with the Witcher and records his adventures. This is their story.
- "Pairing(s)": O.C./O.C. Geralt/Yennefer
- "Tags": Dark. Fantasy. Drama. Post-Witcher 3/Blood and wine. R-18. O.c. centric.
CrossoversThe White Wolf of Westeros by DrakeCross
- Recommended By: Queszcarza_Algazy, Eric W
- Status: Ongoing
- Crossover with: A Song of Ice and Fire
- Synopsis: The Wild Hunt is defeated and Ciri steps beyond to face the source of the White Frost. However something goes wrong and Geralt risks himself as he follows her, ending up in the land of Westeros. Dealing with new intrigue and politics, he will have to decide who he can trust while trying to save his adopted daughter...along with the lives of both worlds!
- Comments: A very well put together story still ongoing, but with a clear vision. Set post video games, and in an amalgam of book and show, the Witcher characters that enter westeros are already the Experienced Protagonist to guide other characters to new places. While it starts steady with only small tweaks, like a pebble that starts an avalanche, by the time book 2 begins, everything has already changed in the Game of Thrones. Definitely a worthwhile read.