Said end was brought to him by Triss, who stuck a knife in his throat in an emotional outburst understandable from someone who had just been subjected to cruel and unusual torture. But he is loyal to his friends. It was side quest material. With 3 teammate, 20 is still only a moderate challenge, though it was better than ridiculous situation of Dijkstra and 7 man. Without Geralt, it would be much more reasonable for Ves and Roche to lose against 20 enemies.
And Skellige will be a lot of sailing to get to those question marks. Nothing unusual about a margrave giving his corns a bit of a soak - but this particular margrave had shuffled off his mortal coil, corns and all, a few months prior to the break-in. And Skellige will be a lot of sailing to get to those question marks. And did you just try to draw a parallel between Roche and Renfri? I do not want the Empire to be dominant in the next game. I don't know, I don't ever remember any situation where I could have directly chosen to kill Radovid. At least this way, the north gets to keep some of it's 'integrity'. Afterwards, you'll be directed to go talk to.
Like you'd need to reach back to another story entirely with everything that has gone on around you in recent events. To make that happen, after killing the king, ally yourself with Vernon Roche against Dijkstra. To trigger this ending: 1. This is of course assuming that Nilfgaard even keeps to their promise and not break it which they most likely will. You don't get to see any of it in-game.
And i just dont understand how Dijikstra could belive that attacking Roche, Ves, and probably Geralt could be a good idea, he commits sucide. They are the opposite of negative decisions that make the girl die. There are four options related to rulers of various lands: Nilfgaard, Northern Realms and Skellige Islands. Second, Geralt does kill Renfri's thugs without thinking - and it's hard to feel sorry for them, since they were scum - but he actually gives Renfri herself a chance to walk away. Never expose with military, economy, planning, politic. . Also Roche isn´t a friend like Dandelion or Zoltan, doesn´t trust Geralt and doesn´t tell Geralt anything about his plans.
Dijkstra is smart and what he did wasnt smart at all. Also Dijkstra , so fuck him. Get your product key and enter it. This is pure ending sharing, so spoilers out the ass. Of course Dijkstra isn´t a character that help unselfishly but remember that Roche helped us after we helped him saving Ves, so he owed us a favor already. This blood-curdling interrogation informed the witcher that I was imprisoned on Temple Isle, awaiting transport to my execution in Oxenfurt. As for Dijkstra, I agree that he's not a villain.
I think Dijkstra Ending is very poorly written, and I have better ideas Why it is poorly written? Becouse he kill his enemies? After all, who else but a bard could have planned with such cunning and panache? From what I experience in the game, Ciri would be an awful leader. There was a chance this eminence grise, whoever he or she was, knew something about my fate. Honestly, it was a sucky deal and one I'm surprised they didn't realize on their own but they were so hampered by tunnelvision, they could only see their own goals and cared absolutely nothing for the rest of the north. Hearing this, Dijkstra summoned his faithful eunuch, Happen, and had him examine the bathhouse guest registry. My main quest is at the point where I'm looking for allies. It is plain stupid for Dijkstra and out of character.
Roche was a freedom fighter who only wanted to see his own realm freed. If you choose Temeria over Redania then it is shown Emhyr kills all that are againt him. Geralt could intervene, though a saved Dijkstra would be injured, too weak to kill Roche or seize power in Redania. I just know I had a bit of trouble with my level, and I just did a bunch of main quests, since they seem to always scale well with your level. Betrayed, Roche beg Geralt to revenge with him. So I wouldn't exactly write him off as an idiot.
It's probably better in every other way. In every posty you parts from the base that Roche and Geralt are friends of the soul, and it's doesn´t have to be that way! Instead they became a one more nation conquered by the empire without any political influence, but with an local autonomy. I got loads of moneh anyway. You will then have to look for a note that mentions a spy and use that to find out about Dandelion but you won't know the location of the treasure. He then goes to White Orchard and it is revealed that Ciri is alive and faked her death to stop Emhyr from hunting her.