Witcher 2 is actually the first game where I like dwarfs, they are so charismatic and authentic (considering they are dwarves). One of my favourite moments, I still have to giggle when I think about it, takes place in Vergen. Zoltan is taking part in Philippa Eilhart’s healing ritual. But watch the video below.

Philippa Eilhart is healing Saskia

The situation is so grave. Saskia has been poisoned and Geralt spent so much time gathering the correct ingredients for the ritual. It is not even certain that Saskia will live, Henselts Army is approaching Vergen everything depends on the outcome of the healing spell.

60 Antworten auf „Lesbomancy!“

  1. @HanbockTV Actually she is poisoned and this is the cure! 😀 makes me want
    to get sick, too … but I fear only roseanne would kiss me back into life

  2. I don’t think I’d ever ask any woman why she was wearing only a towel! I’d
    only enjoy the presence! On the other hand, I think I changed the model 😀
    It would just fit the whole Lesbomancy even better.

  3. I love the dwarves‘ voice acting in The Witcher. They’re just hilarious. I
    think it’s the accents. I doubt it’d work with anything other than Scottish.

  4. @MrMike0113 Yeah, the dwarves are amazing in witcher 2. In fact it is the
    first game where I actually like them. The best scene is probably the
    Tavern in Vergen you meet the whle bunch of them and when they accompany
    you in the mines. Great dialogues, hilarious good.

  5. Lesbomancy, Nymphomancy… I am master of all these forbidden, eldritch arts.
    They call me the Playamancer. Know my pimphand and despair.

  6. i’d like to recommend you Andrzej Sapkowski’s book which on the game bases… this book is one of the best o have ever read… philosophy, humor, the plot, psychology, humor, love, secrets, elves, dvarves, humor… sad endings ;'( seriously, i never cry but reading this book… yeah… it’s a Polish book but you can find the translated version. Of course you can’t enjoy it as much without our sense of humor, connected with many swearwords in original language but all others are still ‚avaiable‘

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