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In this Witcher 3 Lore Video, Drew tells his top 5 picks for the creepiest enemies within the game.
Released on the 19th of May, 2015, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an open world, third-person perspective videogame in which players control Geralt of Rivia. The game is based on The Witcher series of fantasy novels written by Polish Author, Andrzej Sapkowski. The main story follows Geralt searching for his missing adopted daughter, named Ciri. She is fleeing from an otherworldly force who are determined to find her and use her powers for themselves. During the game, players will interact with a variety of fleshed out characters, using a variety of tactics to complete side quests, developing their skills as they acquire more experience points. The gear Geralt uses can also be changed by players purchasing new items and using in-game materials to forge from scratch. The main plot has multiple endings, all of which are determined by the player's choices at various points throughout the videogame. The Witcher 3 is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Microsoft Windows.
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This game is fantastic played this 'roughly' about the same time as Enderal (for skyrim) Both are forever etched into my gaming brain. The one and only gripe I have about the Witcher 3 (which is also a good thing as well) You simply; sometimes, when playing there is simply no way to experience it all in one go, nor a way to save 'everyone' or come off completely clean. There are quests than can be completely missed failed or something you do can completely screw up and NPC's life Or lock you out of a quest. some come to mind 'the whispering hillock' and ladoes of the woods doing it early to avoid Annas punishment. Choosing to use the default world state instead of choices from earlier games (dead characters that can otherwise be useful or awesome). The Tower of Mice. Even a simple contract quest involving a warewolf where being a 100% investigator can actually cause a bad outcome.
Lots of these examples actually make the game exactly what it is. My point on the gripe is simply the feeling of wanting to go back but doing too much to do so. Again could be considered a good and bad thing.
the crones don't have an appearence really, they are "free" (evil) spirits, not really attached to any material body. they say themselves they "prepared" themselves for geralt. they wanted to creep him out as much as they could, one even playing with the cut-off legs of one of the child they killed to suggest "opening legs" in a sexual way.
they wanted to creep him a lot. they enjoyed it.
truth is if you don't have a body and you can choose to look like a beautiful woman/girl or repulsive monsters depending on the occasion then you don't really have an appearence
The sisters are inspired from Babayaga..john wick is the one you call to kill babayaga..keanu Reeves is in cyberpunk 77..geralt killed the sisters..ciri told him about the cyberpunk world..geralt in cyberpunk 77 confirmed
I just might agree with this list. The caretaker and Iris's dream were pretty creepy, as was that entire quest to get the rose. As great as the main game and Blood & Wine is, the Heart of Stone storyline was my favorite and also by far the darkest.
I fully agree with the list. Caretaker sent chills down my spine when i played for the first time. Play Again and again. He is still scary. Hym was equally scary if not the most. When i saw the image of hym in the basement during the quest, i was shaken..
The scariest thing is doing a quest thats way over your head and after a slow methodical drawn out boss fight you are about to deal the last few blows and the boss restores the health bar and gets a new attack chain
And you're all out of swallow...
When I met the crones for the first time is when I realized I was playing a truly special game in witcher 3, from the character design, to the voices, the painting and alter and the way they hit on geralt and cannibalistic, the swamp children, and how it ties into the bloody Barron quest story twist, even the music, I only wish it were a longer storyline....I don't see how they were topped by anything
I'm surprised Mad Kiyan wasn't included, he scared the hell out of me. I expected a wraith or something behind that door, instead I see a human (more or less) with no skin just echoing "No good. No evil. Only pain". Made my skin crawl
Scenes from a Marriage was such a special experience for me. From Olgierd simply asking Geralt in obtaining a rose from his old home, to Iris' inevitable fate. To this day, I still think about Iris' last words when you choose to let her vanish from existence.
To be honest, I felt a little sad for the caretaker.. he simply did his duty.. protected the lady of the house and took care of the estate. He even buried the bodies. To be honest, I didn’t find my initial meeting with him to be creepy.. when I saw him burying the body, it gave whatever it was a sense of humanity to me. I wasn’t sure whether or not the creature had actually killed the man at the time I ran into it.. I only saw that some one was caring to the lands and taking the time to bury the body. With all the other shit going on in the game, I was slow to judge it as a mere monster..
in the entire open world of the Witcher 3 wraiths always creeps me out so much so that I always back off until I get my bearings and fight. The way they suddenly show themselves is so intimidating to me.
That whole scene with the crones fucked me up when I first saw it ...lol! Especially Weavess and that damm eye🤪... I just got a PS4 and this is my first time playing the Witcher and it was literally Midnight when that scene began. The music and everything was just creepy as all hell.... Whoever wrote this is a genius when it comes to writing horrific moments and scenes. I'd love to see a horror movie created by whoever it is. Three extremely disgusting chicks🤣
I wasn't particularly affected by the Caretaker, mainly because by that time I had faced a massive fuck off toad, spiders the size of vans, weird faceless wyvern things, a giant, a hym and numerous others. There really wasn't that much that the game could throw at me that I hadn't already seen before or had seen worse, with the exception of Twisted Olgeird.
Finished the game 2 times and its a wile back since I played. I can't remember any demons, I think Ganter O dim died in my playthroughts after this riddle, where you can grab the viper sword and I was gifted iris by the dude that contracted me... Is it really possible to avoid this fight against the 3 demons... or is it my memory that tricks me?
Haven’t watched yet but my 5 are
2. The groundskeeper
3. Wraith form of Olgierd’s wife (ghost in the painting)
4. Higher vampire true form (if you pray to any gods, prepare to meet them
5. That thing possessing the jarl that you save with Cerys an Craite
Edit: now that I’ve seen the vid it’s cool seeing that we both think The Heim was creepy. I almost put the crones on this, but they were moreso gross to me but not creepy
My top 5 common creeps: Spriggans, Noonwraiths, Alps/Bruxae, Foglets, and Hags.
My top 5 questline creeps: Hym Demon, The Caretaker, Iris Von Everec Wraith, Olgierd demons, and The Crones.
Gaunter O'Dimm was more a super cool villain that it didn't really creep me out as much because he was such a well-written character.
I was doing the Letho quest while i first met the leshen i was like level 9 or 11 on my first playthrou when i saw him teleporting around i used igni oils bombs and fast attacks but i got killed with one hit (didn't know yet what those skulls ment overs his head)
Ended up running to the nearest village never stopping
Well sorry but w/e you ever say the scariest enemy for me will always be O'Dimm. No other entity ever scared me that much just by being in it's fucking presence. KNOWING what he can actually do, I prefer everything you mentioned so far times a million, than ever encountering O'Dimm.....again.
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As educators, we know the crucial role played by the thousands of paraprofessionals, office workers, bus drivers, custodians and maintenance staff in our schools and/or Community Colleges. In fact, it would be difficult to imagine a school going for one day without ESPs.
When we talk about strengthening our schools, we need to strengthen everyone who works within them. Along with recruiting and retaining quality teachers, we must recruit and retain quality education support professionals. To do that, it certainly means providing decent wages and benefits to the people who spend their days making sure our students are safe, well fed and learning.