03.03.2011 @ 11:28 #41
Weird as it sounds, I have alot of sympathy to the Salamandra Geralt is to kill in the warehouse in chapter 2.
03.03.2011 @ 21:10 #42
Who really got the bum deal? This to me was the toughest dilemma in the game.
It is very sad for White Rayla too. Even if you believe she was a ruthless killer who had the death-by-sniper coming to her, being resurrected as a mutant and made to wear a Chainmail Bikini is a fate you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy. When she can only whisper "Geralt...", I think there's an unsaid "...release me."
03.03.2011 @ 21:16 #43
She was willing to kill all the non-humans she could get her hands on, so I thought it was perfectly reasonable for her to be killed by an elven sharpshooter.
Yaevinn and the Scoia'tael had nothing to do with that. Just more of Azar Javed's evil. And putting her out of her misery was easy for me -- I wouldn't want to be like that, and I don't think the Rayla I met would have wanted it, either.
04.03.2011 @ 01:10 #45
That's what the Redcoats said about the American soldiers during the Revolutionary War. :-)
04.03.2011 @ 16:31 #47
04.03.2011 @ 18:40 #48
Ramsmeat's one of my favorite minor characters. Too bad we don't get more chances to interact with him.
04.03.2011 @ 19:58 #49
09.10.2011 @ 16:47 #51
It's been a while, but I believe its near the end, when you meet up with Rayla, who casually mentions Toruviel's fate.