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Witcher cosplay Geralt And Ciri, Epic Cosplay, Larp, Costumes, Costume Ideas,. Visit Witcher Memes - Cosplayers as Triss, Yennefer, Geralt and Ciri. After the battle with Henselt, a reunited Geralt and Yennefer had been .. that clashed with the dark greens and browns of the other elves. "The Last Wish" (Polish: Ostatnie życzenie) is a short story written by Andrzej Sapkowski and is the seventh and final story in The Last Wish. This story describes the circumstances of Geralt and Yennefer's first meeting. One morning, while trying to catch fish for breakfast.

That is the question. I did not read the books, nor did I play the previous games and have no plan on playing them. I may read the books later on. My opinions are completely based on my playing Witcher III: I saw how different they were and how they interacted with Geralt.

Here is my analysis on why I chose who I chose for G. I really, really like Triss. Apart from the witch hunters and King Radovid, everyone seems to think highly of her. She has a deep empathy for her fellow mages and people in general. She is not prideful. Afterwards, she slaughtered her torturers and burned the building.

As a supposedly powerful sorceress, I believe that she has the potential to do so much more. In all probabilities, Geralt was warm and safe by the hearth at Corvo Blanco, sipping a glass of fine wine with his lady and regaling young Cirilla with tales of past exploits.

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Just as he had wanted to believe that Dettlaff could be reasoned with, a mistake that had led to the slaughter of hundreds of innocents. Just as he wanted to believe that murdering one friend to save another had truly been the only acceptable choice to make. I know I can't, but I hope that its velvety taste will send me to sleep. Immediately, Regis threw the damn thing across the room with a bestial roar that frightened the poor ravens perched along the edge of his window.

Regis staggered backward to his cot and sat down, hugging his knees against his chest. He did not write nor read anything else for the reminder of the night. Maybe I made a big mistake. In stubborn silence, he continued to stare at the empty page in front of him. He had been agonizing over what to write ever since Geralt had offered his goodbyes. In a span of a heartbeat, a puff of silver smog crossed the mausoleum. Orianna emerged right next to Regis; she loomed over his seated form, dark eyes ablaze with enmity.

Is it true what they say, Emiel? His pallid face twisted into a hateful sneer as he finally answered. All of this… done only to save a human? Regis looked up to meet her gaze; the brown eyes were wide open, showing a sort of vulnerability that he had never associated with this formidable specimen of a vampiress. Fear and revulsion radiated from her in equal parts. Orianna was afraid for him, Regis was surprised to find, but she found him repulsive as well. You killed your blood brother!

What made you think this was an acceptable course of action in the first place? Vampires dealt physical and mental torture to those who defied the untold laws of the clan. The gift of oblivion was strictly a human torment. And all of this over a human who makes his living killing the likes of us!

The tender gesture brought back bright memories—memories of a better time, or more accurately, of a life long gone. It had been the last time that Regis had laid eyes on another vampire—and perhaps indeed it would be the last time he would ever meet a representative of his own species. As the barber-surgeon laid down in bed with his journal propped up his knees, a great lassitude washed over him. Suddenly, it seemed as if each of his senses was under assault: Perhaps Orianna was right, he wrote.

Perhaps in my desire to do right by the humans I have only managed to become an outsider to both worlds. I am very tired and fuck it all. Fuck angry peasants with pitchforks, fuck crazy one-eyed sorcerers, fuck stubborn duchesses, fuck manipulative two-faced floozies, and most of all, fuck this persistent and unending case of insomnia— Regis could not say if the experience was conclusive he would have to repeat it multiple times in comparable conditions to get indisputable resultsbut he could not deny the cathartic factor of the whole venture.

They usually remember old times or worry about the future. Tend to the flames, the campfire is dying. You have quite a keen eye for details. The scholars at Oxenfurt are sadly quite behind modern times on the topic. As in, to make remedies and narcotics and such? I must say I find it quite… inspiring. Everything I do is for the sake of my own personal peace of mind.

And so, any joy I might find in my good deeds is… spoiled, one could say, by my reasons for doing so. It had all seemed so depressing to Emiel, this idea of living with your past always looming over your future like an overreaching shadow. He had secretly vowed to never fall prey to this torment.

His days in Vicovaro were spent helping the human masses in any way he could, as if he could compensate for every life he had taken by saving an equal number of people.

Of course, this was all wishful thinking. A mother holding her newborn baby would look at Regis with grateful tears in her eyes, and all he would feel is the ever weakening pulse of a girl the same age as he drank from the wound on her neck. No, was the conclusion he jotted down in his journal, it appears impossible for a creature as long-lived as I to truly learn to appreciate the present moment. Once again he was struck by the sheer impracticality of immortality.

No wonder so many of us decide to live as mindless monsters rather than men… "I have a feeling that my friend Dettlaff will die.

It did not help that the Vicovarians—or, more accurately, Nilfgaardians in general—seemed to treat capital punishment as an excuse for celebration. Every week, the square would be filled with a vociferous crowd clamouring for justice—and blood. Rapists and enemies of the state were the most hated out of all the condemned; the people would pelt the men and women walking to their deaths with rotten fruit and hurl insults at them that would have made the most hardened of Skelligans blush.

Always, the barber-surgeon would think, I did what I had to do, he would have been put to death anyway per human laws, I had no choice—and always another voice in his head would shriek in response, if he had to die to atone for his sins, then why are you still alive, Emiel Regis?

From out his window, Regis could see a few bodies as they dangled from their nooses. The criminals had breathed their last yesterday, under deafening cheers and applause.

They were now bathed in the luminescence of the moon, with only a pack of ravens to serve as company. On a whim, Regis glided out of his home to offer the dead men a silent vigil. The birds pecking at their softened flesh whipped their heads to inspect the newcomer. Regis returned their stares, and a quiet understanding passed between vampire and corvids. On one finger, a ring depicting four serpents intertwined together glinted silver in the moonlight.

On his torso, a brooch in the shape of a moth was pinned right above the heart. I promise we will find your beloved Rhena, Regis had said to Dettlaff. The latter had simply brought a hand to his chest, where a lovely ornamental pin was fastened to his coat.

My friend Geralt is not a mindless killer. I assure you he will understand your plight. We will save your lover from the monsters who hold her prisoner—and you will never have to kill again. Despite all of his efforts, Regis had broken both of his promises.

The vampire grit his teeth together, accidently grazing the skin on the inside of his cheek. In front of his eyes, the dead men on the scaffold appeared to have vanished; in their stead, hundreds of exsanguinated corpses littered the town square in a morbid tableau.

With a growl, Regis fell to his knees, grabbing his head with both hands. His claws dug into his scalp, and blood trickled down his brow, filling his eyesight with crimson. Gunnar Washington as Joaquin Ortiz: Joaquin is Brianna's year-old brother.

As the siblings are veterans of the foster care system, Joaquin in particular is very anxious to find a good home and feel settled. He and Brianna have their moments of discord, but mainly they look after each other. Overall, he just wants to be loved. Vaughn as Renee LaToya Smith: A nurse at the hospital where Will, Sasha, Brown, and Derek work. She also appears as a close best friend and confidentae to Sasha, despite the two constantly butting heads at work. She considers herself as part ghetto.

Renee was a recurring character in Season 3 who became a regular in Season 4. She claims to have four kids.

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Recurring characters Robert Ri'chard as Derek Porter: A Dominican frat student who lives next door to Brown Meadows and often helps out there, in between masterminding or participating in Brown's antics. He made his debut in Season 3 and has been a recurring character throughout the series' run. Jenifer Lewis as Vera Brown: Brown's younger sister and Will's mother.

Vera means well but she is a loud, controlling alcoholic who spoils Will and subtly despises Sasha. She appeared with Mr. Brown, Cora, and Will in the Meet the Browns feature film.

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In one episode, Vera and Brown have an argument and Vera says, "I'm about to be an only child," which indicates that their brother LB does not exist in the television universe or may be a non-canonical reference, to the fact that Mr.

Brown has mentioned LB in the series. Tasha Smith as Tanya Ortiz: Joaquin and Brianna's biological mother, who only wants them back for money. She is either in denial or simply ignoring the fact that one of her former boyfriends molested Brianna. She serves as a major antagonist to the series during her first few appearances, but during her later appearances, she becomes less of an antagonist when she improves on being a better mother to Joaquin and Brianna and helps Cora with some of the household chores when she spends a couple of nights there.

She also tries hitting on Will, while he and Sasha go through some marriage issues. After Brianna gave her a makeover for her date, she has not been seen or mentioned since. Lisa Arrindell Anderson as Karen: The Colonel's pushy daughter.

She was estranged from her father when she put him in a nursing home after the death of her mother. The two eventually reconciled. Ciara Wilson as Simone Taylor: Brianna's dimwitted, somewhat childish best friend who became pregnant. She is similar to Mr.

Courtney Gray as Jamal: Brianna's male best friend. In one episode, Brianna noticed that he'd been eating very frequently. Later, the Browns caught him stealing food from them. He is confronted by Brianna at school and he reveals that his parents recently split up, he stayed with his mother, who lost their house, and they'd been living in their van without food, so he began stealing food.

Bernard Jones as Milo: A detention-prone student at Cora's school. Jones as Gordon Bob: Cora's ex-love interest from college and the principal at her school. He still has feelings for her but can't get her to leave Reggie for him. Smith as Reggie Brooks: