Which Choices Are You Planning To Use For Your First Witcher 3 Playthrough?
09.02.2013 @ 06:26 #1
Currently, I'm planning on using a path with the following choices.
GO WITH PHILIPPA
As for minor choices along the way, I'll definitely help/romance Cynthia, be nice to all trolls, and generally butcher humans and save Elves wherever possible. Malena gets slaughtered though.
Here's the list of major choices to select from. I've removed the descriptions so it's easier for you guys to make a list of fundamental decisions as shown above, if you need a reminder on the basics of these decisions, see the link in my signature.
SPARE ARYAN/KILL ARYAN
GIVE SWORD/HELP ROCHE
CHOOSE ROCHE/CHOOSE IORVETH (Unlocks Flotsam Choice)
->SAVE MOTTLE/PURSUE LOREDO
SPARE STENNIS/LYNCH STENNIS
KILL HENSELT/SPARE HENSELT
SAVE TRISS (Iorveth)/GO WITH PHILIPPA
SAVE TRISS (Roche)/SAVE ANAIS (Unlocks Anais Choice)
->GIVE ANAIS TO RADOVID/GIVE ANAIS TO NATALIS
SAVE SILE/LET SILE DIE
SPARE SASKIA (Iorveth-Save Triss)/KILL SASKIA (Iorveth-Save Triss)/DISENCHANT SASKIA (Iorveth-Go With Philippa)
SPARE DRAGON (Roche-All)/KILL DRAGON (Roche-All)
SPARE LETHO/KILL LETHO
For an example of what a Roche path would look like, here's the Roche path I would use if I decided to play TW3 with Roche initially.
GIVE ANAIS TO NATALIS
LET SILE DIE
09.02.2013 @ 06:41 #2
SAVE TRISS (Iorveth
SPARE SASKIA (Iorveth-Save Triss)
looking at it now... apparently I have issues killing people... 'cept for Aryan, he was arrogant.
09.02.2013 @ 06:43 #3
09.02.2013 @ 06:47 #4
+Spare Aryan, too much blood has been spilled.. there's no need for more death
+At the cave, tell Roche that he just wants to go back to the witcher path with Triss and get away from the political bullsh*t
+Give sword to Iorveth, let him and Roche duke it out.. geralt's true target is Letho
+Go with Roche because Geralt needs to save Triss and recover his memory (plus kill the commandant because of the injustice he brought)
+Leave Iorveth to his fate in the siege, Geralt doesn't owe him anything
+Spare Henselt, It's harder to forgive and Geralt doesn't want to become his own enemy
+Uncover the plot by baron Kimbolt and count Maravel to John Natalis
+Save Triss, keeping his word to Roche at the cave that he doesn't want to be involved in politics (and reveal nilfgaard's plan to destroy the northern monarchies)
+Let Sile go (gotta tap dat ass)
+Geralt will never kill dragons, NEVER
+Let Letho go, He's merely a tool and our true target is nilfgaard
09.02.2013 @ 06:59 #6
09.02.2013 @ 07:31 #7
1. Go with Roche, Henselt dies, rescue Triss. That's my "canon" game and what I believe is the most neutral, hands-off, path. Though my Geralt is neither judge, jury, executioner, or instrument of the vengeance of the gods, he will not stand in the way of Roche's revenge. But when it comes time to decide who to rescue in Loc Muinne, he figures Triss needs him and Roche can take care of himself.
2. Go with Iorveth, Stennis lives, heal Saskia. This Geralt cannot abide an injustice or let a curse stand. Iorveth's cause is noble, if quixotic; Stennis cannot justly be condemned; and lifting the spell on Saskia is witcher's work that Geralt cannot hand over to Iorveth to attempt alone.
3. Go with Roche, Henselt lives, deliver Anais to John Natalis. This is Geralt as patriot of his adopted country. He loathes Henselt, but he realizes he would only be replaced by chaos or worse. He realizes the importance of Anais to her country and convinces Roche that it is Temeria's best chance.
All desire to shirk,
Shall during off hours exhibit his powers
To Madame Tussaud's wax-work.
[G&S, "A more humane Mikado"]
09.02.2013 @ 09:03 #8
09.02.2013 @ 09:10 #9
GIVE SWORD (Geralt never leaves anyone unarmed in a battle)
CHOOSE IORVETH (It looked as a faster way to find Triss)
SAVE MOTTLE (Screw politics, if Geralt can save some lives for sure - he will)
LYNCH STENNIS (Once again, screw politics)
SPARE HENSELT (Screeeeew politics, it's not my decision, nor my burden to have another man's life on my shoulders)
GO WITH PHILIPPA
LET SILE DIE (Because filthy magic, that's why)
DISENCHANT SASKIA (And not a single dragon was killed that day)
SPARE LETHO (He saved Yen, he spared my life, and even now he saved Triss. I owe him, big time)
09.02.2013 @ 09:33 #10
Also it means something if all kings let their jointed armies to be led by someone else knowing that he will get all the fame instead of them.
09.02.2013 @ 10:45 #11
I noticed nobody has yet voted for Roche/Radovid - KOP clearly hasn't arrived yet ;P
09.02.2013 @ 10:46 #12
So I'm going to use:
09.02.2013 @ 10:49 #13
I noticed nobody has yet voted for Roche/Radovid - KOP clearly hasn't arrived yet ;P ›››
Than you don't know that TW3 is not happening in Nilfgaard? They already confirmed locations. http://en.thewitcher...see-in-tw3-map/
09.02.2013 @ 10:58 #14
Wow. Somehow I had Skellige way further south in my head. Thanks for clearing that up. I could have sworn they said we'd see the capital city of Nilfgaard at some point...huh.
09.02.2013 @ 11:27 #16
Intelligence, whether emotional or any otherwise, or is social or is not intelligence
Una salus victis nullam sperare salutemPlease, PM me for correct my English mistakes, if you don't mind. TY
09.02.2013 @ 11:47 #17
I doubt the characters left alive(with a few exceptions) will make any drastic differences besides, maybe, a few cameos here and there but oh well I hope it won't be the case.
Imagine with the dragon dead, her daddy is going to be so pissed.
09.02.2013 @ 12:08 #18
One of the few characters i've controlled in an RPG where i was surprised by how i molded him.
09.02.2013 @ 12:18 #19
One of the few characters i've controlled in an RPG where i was surprised by how i molded him. ›››
That's pretty much how I felt when I first played it, and the general outline of what I'm going with for TW3.
09.02.2013 @ 12:27 #20
The sword desicission, will seriously not comment on it , was to angry. I remember trying not to react at all.
Steniss is dead obviously,
Told Roche that I don't care.
Let Malena live.
Help Iorweth at the Siege, just to make sure He's alive