In Eye for an Eye, the Nilfgaardians were in that village to kill the people who helped the Temerian partisans escape Velen. Roche’s Witcher 2 path also led to what I feel was perhaps the greatest moral dilemma I’ve ever experienced in a game–which you likely haven’t seen yet– what to do regarding Ves and the king. After dipping into the beginning of act 2 with both parties, I decided to go with Roche. Other than those three, the quests in W3 I was most involved with though didn’t originally design are: Log in or sign up in seconds. If you stick with the Iorveth path, you can eventually watch Roche from afar using magic. It is one of the best pieces in W2.

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If your submission contains spoilers you MUST tag it as a spoiler. But it got cut and it wouldn’t have been simple to replace it at that stage of the project.

These characters didn’t irveth scabbards in the Witcher 2. No, I’m doing these in order.

Witcher 3 Dev Reveals Why Iorveth Was Cut from the Game

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Roche, Saskia and Iorveth by SeiPhoto : witcher

He just never made sense for the expansions or DLC for other reasons. Flair your threads appropriately 5. Apparently it was ditched iorvety because it didn’t fit with the story and events, which I can kind of see.

AlexW00d Follow Forum Posts: Those lines flow back to audio and cinematics, who put them into the game and make sure they sound right. You want to read the books? Life just can’t get any better. I decided to keep a save and play out both choices, just so I could see the start to each path and see if one of them rubbed me the wrong way.

It would take too long to list all the ones I worked on, by the end of W3 I probably worked on iorveeth or three dozen quests.

Nals Iorveht Forum Posts: And that is the only position I can morally get behind. I was assigned to BaW and not HoS, but I still designed and implemented The Taxman Cometh, and Rose on a Red Field, the latter of which I’m not particularly happy with how it turned out, but it was designed and implemented in just a couple of days, so that’s something I guess.

By supporting eTeknixyou help us grow. Always pick the winning side ey? Also the Iorveth’s path has more interesting quests.

I must admit, the slavery thing was not my design, and I’m glad it got removed. Nilfgaard didn’t seem that bad compared to crazy Radovid ruling Redania, yet this is an iorvetg which wipes out entire settlements in their conquests and iiorveth slavery.


I’ve fiddled a little with the prologue to Witcher 3, just to see how good the graphics look, but I’m saving it.

And the end of act I think your reasoning is pretty sound mostly though OP about Roche but it’s what makes Roche redeemable and likable in a lot of ways given what you see iorveht on “his side” of things do in the first act of Witcher and after. She is pretty cool. Bought it a while back and played for good couple hours but other games like red dead and skyrim always bring me back to them.

Roche or Iorveth: Easy choice in the end (spoilers, obviously)

While that’s taking place months and months of work the quest and story teams draft the iorveyh. Although I went with Iorveth I actually really like your reasoning. For an idea of what we need to do to even add a small quest. Courtesy of Quest Designer Patrick Mills, originally posted on the somethingawful forums.

She’s even resting her hand on the pommel, except her off hand is just supporting all the weight. Quest wise I’d go with Roche.