Hm don't know how this would be possible.
A Witcher could never win a real fight against him.
And defeating him in the same way like Geralt did in HoS would be boring.
Ciri and Gaunter are too big for this universe, a living weapon able to cause a cataclysm in the mortal world, against some kind of deity, unknown in many ways.
Well it would depend if Ciri keeps her full powers after defeating the White Frost or if she goes on in a diminished state (kind of like how spirits and elves diminish in power the Lord of the Rings). CDPR could say she expelled most of her power to defeat the White Frost and is now only able to teleport short distances.
I don't think so. We don't know the full powers of O'Dimm yet, but we know that Ciri can't stop the time for example....or take your soul!
O'Dimm kind of reminds me of the G-man from HL2, his powers and character are very similar.
Well even when she master's her abilities, im sure she would never be near to o'dims power level.Ciri hasn't had full mastery of her powers yet, its hard to say how powerful she could become.
Yes.Well even when she master's her abilities, im sure she would never be near to o'dims power level.
The way I took it is Gaunter is a powerful demon like a djinn, but he's no deity, and certainly isn't 'the' devil, as that concept doesn't exist in the Witcherverse. Never seen it described anywhere in the book or the games.
Kids in White Orchard said:Devil sits in the old oak tree
Brewin' cider with devilish glee
Drinks it down in greedy slurps
Then come morn howls: "My devil head hurts!"
Noteworthy:Bestiary Entry "Devil by the Well" said:The residents of White Orchard had suffered more than their fair share of misfortunes. Passing armies had trampled their spring planting, a griffin had begin abducting their livestock, and the rotten icing on this painful cake, a noonwraith haunted a nearby well. No wonder the locals called this final evil a "devil." [...]