Let's Play The Witcher 2 - Part 40 - The Rose of Remembrance [BLIND] (PC) (Enhanced Edition)
Geralt returns to the merchant who hired him to fight the Kayran with Síle. With the port of Flotsam free of the beast, Geralt goes to take a look at the prison barge Loredo mentioned. On the way, Geralt meets Triss and hears that there's an injured Scoia'tael adjutant called Chiran in the barge. Together they heal Chiran and hear his story. Geralt gets another vision of his past, this time even stronger than before.
Geralt follows Triss to the elven garden where the Roses of Remembrance grow. Pack of thugs plan to steal one of the ancient statues for profit, but Triss and Geralt stop the bandits. Geralt and Triss find an elven bathroom down below, one things leads another and...
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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is a third-person role-playing video game developed by Polish studio CD Projekt RED. It is a sequel to the 2007 video game The Witcher, and was released internationally for PC (MS Windows) on May 17, 2011. The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition is available on PC & Xbox 360 2012 and was released on April 17th 2012. Like The Witcher (1), the game is based on the book series of the same name by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.
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