Oh, I totally agree. Fortunately, the thread is just speculation based on what I hope (and believe) was an over-simplification in that video.I thought the whole point of The Witcher was that you couldn't reduce your actions to "good" or "evil" and it handled choices & consequences in an adult manner? If it goes the route where every choice fits into a black & white morality than this is going to be my least favorite game in the franchise. In fact, I may swear off The Witcher 3 altogether.
I burst into laugh with your comment :teeth:. Yeah the whole world is grey, it's so complicated, and that's mean good, every choice you make has some kind of consequences.there's many shades of grey in tw3, perhaps more than fifty, and i feel the decisions i make will be of a variety of greys and as a whole my interpretation of Geralt will be the grey version.
i suppose there's room to interpret options in the witcher universe as having whites and blacks in places, but my view of that world becomes so skewed that i can't identify them anymore. every situation is different, for me, unique and requires no blanket response (or at least, I hope they won't). i probably will have tendencies but i'll hardly keep track of them.
But he did. Always he does. No backdoor for running. No emty heart. The human face of Geralt always wins over the unsensitive mutant one.Neutral whenever possible.
How was it again?
"Evil is Evil. Lesser, greater, middling, it makes no difference. If I was to choose between one evil or another, I'd rather not choose at all"