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Dragon Age Inquisition - The Bog (1/2)
iremainatyourside asked: just let me tell you your blog is fab and you've got such pretty the witcher edits that i immediately followed you cuz i need to see more of them on my dash :3 also, have a great day!

Oh no you are too nice dear! I’m such a shit I haven’t been on here for months now… that’s what having way too many blogs and having a full time job at the same time does to you. But I aspire to bring more gaming goodies to everyone again!

Thank you so much for your kindness and keep being wonderful!

Dragon Age: Inquisition Companions  


Behold our hero: subjected to mutations and rigorous sword and sorcery training as a child, he has become a superhuman monster slayer. Always penniless and often disdained by those whom he protects, he wanders the world seeking work. Fate has little mercy for him, piling obstacles in his way, yet he trudges on. He has more scruples than a beggaring bum has fleas. Doubts haunt him even when a band of ruffians, knives drawn, approaches him on the highway. Is he a good man? I do not think so. Does he try to maintain his humanity? I believe he does.
You must know that Geralt of Rivia died once already, or at least everyone thought him dead. During a massacre in Rivia, he sought to defend nonhumans and fell to overwhelming odds. Placed in a boat, he floated into the mist, into a realm where he finally found peace. Not for long. Because of forces to mentioned later, Geralt returned just in time to defend the witchers’ ancient home fortress, and then embarked on a mission to recover the secrets stolen from it. Along the way he took part in a Scoia’tael uprising, shattered a powerful criminal organization, and killed the Grand Master of the Order of the Flaming Rose. All the while his fame as a lover grew. Well, that’s Geralt for you. As if all this wasn’t enough, he then foiled the attempted assassination of King Foltest of Temeria and became one of the monarch’s most trusted men.

Journal Entry, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings

Behold our hero: subjected to mutations and rigorous sword and sorcery training as a child, he has become a superhuman monster slayer. Always penniless and often disdained by those whom he protects, he wanders the world seeking work. Fate has little mercy for him, piling obstacles in his way, yet he trudges on. He has more scruples than a beggaring bum has fleas. Doubts haunt him even when a band of ruffians, knives drawn, approaches him on the highway. Is he a good man? I do not think so. Does he try to maintain his humanity? I believe he does.

You must know that Geralt of Rivia died once already, or at least everyone thought him dead. During a massacre in Rivia, he sought to defend nonhumans and fell to overwhelming odds. Placed in a boat, he floated into the mist, into a realm where he finally found peace. Not for long. Because of forces to mentioned later, Geralt returned just in time to defend the witchers’ ancient home fortress, and then embarked on a mission to recover the secrets stolen from it. Along the way he took part in a Scoia’tael uprising, shattered a powerful criminal organization, and killed the Grand Master of the Order of the Flaming Rose. All the while his fame as a lover grew. Well, that’s Geralt for you. As if all this wasn’t enough, he then foiled the attempted assassination of King Foltest of Temeria and became one of the monarch’s most trusted men.

Journal Entry, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings

So who had a successful job interview yesterday??

ME!

Going in today to sign the contract!

Also I swear I’m happy I just haven’t slept much last night.

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