While everyone else is freezing their arses off worrying about the white frost, Iorveth is drinking cocktails on a beach :victory::rofl::rofl::rofl:
He made a good choice, though...Who cares about the end of the world? He just want to go to Dol Blathanna and overthrow Enid...
Yes! You are correct Haha! I like your emoticons too! Very classy! Cheers! Yahoooooooooo!!! *dances and tries not to spill drink* \\_(^..^ )_//Beer for everyone! :cheers2:
Is it correct? Google translate is useful sometimes
Yeah, I've thought about it..... It's harder now that I know about the upcoming stashes and alchemy/crafting items no longer adding to inventory weight. Before I just thought, well, in the end I'll deal, it's still such an amazing game. Even my favorite games all have one or two quirks I just learned to overcome, and the Witcher 3 is among the other Witcher games and the first Half Life - a true favorite for me. But knowing officially now that it's being worked on makes it harder to keep trudging through as is for some reason, if that makes sense. I'm being a baby, ultimately.Djembe, sell your stuff to the blacksmith in Novigrad, the old man down on the lower left portion of the city, by the runned down brothel lol if that makes sense! Anyways, hes been my stash since release. Everything I dump into him stays there, problem arises that I will have to buy them back but at least I can still gawk at my treasures any time! lol Anyways, my suggestion until the stash is released! (^..^ ) Byeee!
Haha! Do not drop items, they disappear! Doesn't matter where they are either! I have tried this and several different times, my loot was removed as I progressed in the game. Thank god I made backup saves but was really disappointing needless to say. Only thing that has worked for me was using the old blacksmith in Novigrad. Its by no means a good solution to storing items but if your really tired of constantly being overburdened with armor/swords, it certainly helps. I think of it as a rented stash or maybe even a type of pawn shop lol! Anyways, I join you in the excitement as I am exuberant myself for the upcoming 1.07 patch!!! Its about time no doubt! haha.I've just heard someone say that at one point a glitch or something caused them to perma-loose what they were leaving in one spot, near the fast travel marker at Crow's Perch if I recall correctly. They completely lost some really good armor.
Replaying Witcher 1 and 2 while reading the books has helped me in this department as I have been waiting for Witcher 3 fixes to be made haha!I just hope they release it soon as I'm getting Witcher withdrawal.