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The Witcher franchise of games follows the main character Geralt through his story as a Witcher. The original title was released in 2007, and quickly became a highly popular game amongst RPG gamers. There were some controversies with it, mainly from the sex cards, but that might also have been part of the reason it did so well.
The second installment to the series was released in 2011, and is titled “The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.” The storyline picks up right after the first game, and the graphics, and pretty much everything else, were greatly improved.
These guides will help you make your way through both of the games in the series. If you need to quickly access these again as you play (which you most likely will), I suggest adding them to your favorites or bookmarking them in some way. Enjoy, and have fun playing the series – it is a truly classic game that can be enjoyed for years to come.
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The original game, The Witcher, sets the story for the main character Geralt. It takes place in an odd somewhat medieval fantasy setting, and the player is able to make choices that will affect how the rest of the story is told (this also happens in The Witcher 2). If you ever find yourself stuck, or wondering what choices you have in a situation, then the following guides will help you make your way through the main quests and side storylines.
The Witcher Reviews and General Articles
- Review of The Witcher for the PC
- Guide to Collecting all of the Sex Cards in The Witcher
- The Witcher Special Edition – Is it Really Worth The Extra Cost?
The Witcher Franchise Walkthroughs
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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
The second installment to the game can be played without playing the first game, but if at all possible, I do suggest playing the original game first. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings does a nice job setting up the game so you know what has happened, as well as get a glimpse into what is to come. The following guides will help you make your way through the main quests and side storylines.
The Witcher 2 Reviews and General Articles
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The Witcher 2 - Prologue and Chapter 1 Walkthroughs
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings prologue starts off with a lot of action. This is the part of the game where you are supporting King Foltest, and trying to make it through the siege without dying. After making it all the way through, the game will open up and let you start Chapter 1. In this section, you will find yourself in Flotsam. This is a fun town where you can have Geralt participate in fist fights, arm wrestling, and gambling while also working on a few contracts and searching for evidence of Letho. These guides will help you along your journey in the game.
- The Witcher 2 – Chapter 1 Guide
- An Indecent Proposal
- Arriving in Flotsam
- Assassins of Kings
- Death to the Traitor
- Endrega Contract
- Hung Over
- In the Claws of Madness
- Killing the Kayran
- Nekker Contract
- The Scent of Incense
- Troll Trouble
- Where is Triss Merigold?
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The Witcher 2 - Chapter 2 Walkthroughs
Depending on how you like to play The Witcher franchise, there are different ways that the game will go for you. Chapter 2 is where it really breaks off into different areas based on your choices in the game. We currently have Roche's path covered, with information on how to keep yourself busy while searching for a cure to the curse in King Henselt's camp. This includes a few contracts and the overarching quest.
- Prelude to War: Kaedwen
- Conspiracy Theory
- The Blood Curse
- Gathering the Symbols (Roche)
- Little Sisters
- The Rotfiend Contract
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Which Witcher Game is Your Favorite?
If you are a big fan of The Witcher franchise, or even if you are just now getting immersed in it, you most likely have a favorite game. Do you prefer playing the original title, or do you have more fun playing the second game? Do you have any big ideas or hopes for another game in the series? Do you have any favorite characters, locations, or perhaps favorite lines that a character says? If you’d like to share your thoughts on any of those questions, or if you want to add something else, I would love to read it. Just comment below on this article.
- All images and references from The Witcher and The Witcher 2.