act 1 - leos ghost
24.06.2009 @ 20:08 #3
01.07.2009 @ 12:14 #4
14.07.2009 @ 22:20 #6
To kill Leo, hmmm... Fast Style is the only thing effective as he's a fast, slimy little piece of witchers sword work. Forget oils and potions,
just make sure to Click as to link the chain of attack. That's all... works on hard level too. :peace:
15.07.2009 @ 00:44 #8
He's certainly saying what the KotWH wants him to say. Whether it's a real Leo who's being compelled, an illusion summoned by the KotWH, or a real Leo who honestly believes that, well, that's one of the questions the game leaves open.
What Leo says in Act I, though, matches up with what the KotWH says during the Epilogue, and it matches pretty closely. If it's not an illusion, then I think Leo has been compelled or brainwashed; the real Leo wasn't such a crybaby and must have heard "Leo, no!" as he was being shot.
The KotWH seems to want to demoralize Geralt. Is this just general malice? Does he want to weaken Geralt for some reason? Again, we don't know; this is one of the questions the game leaves open. I hope TW2 clears up a lot of things!
15.07.2009 @ 10:39 #9
When the King and his Wild Hunt appears it's always a bad omen, a harbinger of war, despair and destuction. And the King always has something to with destiny. I think that's the reason why he is after Geralt. In the novels he is after Ciri, the child of Elder Blood. But I don't know his intension… don't know yet ;)
I'm amazed that the King of the Wild Hunt died because he is a mighty individuum. Javed and de Aldersberg are peanuts in comparison the King. At least that's the impression I got when I read
When you turn they will be gone, whispering their hidden song.
Then you see what cannot be, shadows move where light should be.
Out of darkness, out of mind – cast down into the Halls of the Blind…