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November 28th, 2011, 18:14
Originally Posted by Pessimeister View Post
I've been thinking about the concept of Witcher neutrality as portrayed in the first game and have wondered whether it was a philosophy literally taken from Sapkowski or more just adapted to the game? Maybe someone that has read more of the novels can elaborate on this idea? I've only read the one short story which comes with the Enhanced Edition.
Having read only the Last Wish and Blood of elves, I believe that the first game is pretty faithful to both the tone of Sapkowski's world and the character of Geralt.

But when the game gives you a synopsis of the Saga (the Innkeeper in Murky Waters) its obvious that Geralt had failed to retain his apathy and traditional "just a Monster slayer" role in the past too.
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