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The Witcher Editors, Patches, Trainers, and Forums

My page here is very specialized. It is dedicated to providing a compendium of all possible quests, plots, twists, and neat little quirks in The Witcher. It will not give you step-by-step instructions for the dungeons, tactical suggestions for combat, trainer programs, a forum, or any of the myriad of other things that plenty of already-existing sites do very well already.

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So here's the list of everything I do have, plus links to my favorite online resources for the things I don't:

My Witcher pages:

The Witcher Hints, with general gameplay information and suggestions.

The Witcher Walkthrough, with low-spoiler details of each game location (complete through Caladon).

The Witcher Cheat Codes, with instructions and codes for how to cheat in this game.

The Witcher Spoilers, with plot holes, open questions, and speculation on the confusing parts.

The Witcher Game Critique, with detailed spoilers and suggestions for improvements.

Other useful The Witcher sites:

The official Witcher website in English is very informative, with the latest patches, a demo, screenshots, game news and a forum.

Universal Hints System is a great place to get a spoiler for one specific quest you're stuck on without accidentally ruining the rest of the game--they have their walkthrough uniquely structured to reveal only one hint at a time. Only major quests and subplots are covered here, though.

Gamepressure Guides has an excellent detailed walkthrough for The Witcher including maps. Be warned that it is nearly impossible to avoid plot spoilers on this site.

Witcher Wiki is an online compendium of information from the Witcher gameworld, covering both the novels and the game.

The Open Directory Project has a well-maintained list of other Witcher links, if some of the ones here should get out of date.

The rest of these links aren't related to The Witcher, but you may enjoy them anyway...
most of them were created by me or by friends of mine. (-:

Learn about American Indian languages at a site maintained by Orrin Lewis and myself.
(There are also pages about Native American genealogy and Native American book pages.)

Visit the Book of Ataniel, an AD&D gameworld created by Doug Barre and brought to the Internet by Kristin L'Kar Andersen.

Read my Personal Pages.

Check out fanfic guru Kristin Andersen's World of Harry Potter site.

Check out Sylvia Rudy's homepage, especially her cool Myths in Fiction pages.

Check out Orrin Lewis' homepage with his essays about modern American Indian life.

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Go back to Lora's CRPG site
Visit the Storyboard of Ataniel
Language of the day: Chimila language


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