After a series of grave misunderstandings, Geralt finds himself imprisoned between a rock and a hard place. He gains the assistance of a strange man, who promises to help Geralt but also forces him to pay off a seemingly impossible debt. Soon, it becomes clear that a much more sinister story lies beneath the new and intriguing characters.
13 October 2015 (Poland)
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone
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The whole quest arc with Olgierd von Everec having sold his soul to Gaunter O'Dim for special abilities is a reference to a Polish legend of Pan Twardowski. Like Olgierd, Twardowski was a nobleman who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for great knowledge and magical powers. However, Twardowski wanted to outwit the devil by including a special clause in the contract, stating that the devil could only take Twardowski's soul to Hell during his visit to Rome - a place the sorcerer never intended to go. The devil eventually tricked Twardowski to meet him in an inn called Rome. Similar trick was used by Gaunter O'Dim to trick Olgierd to meet him "on the moon" - a mosaic on the floor of a ruined temple. Moon was also a final destination of Twardowski, who escaped the devil mid-way to hell. See more
[O'Dim is torturing Vlodimir's ghost with his magic
Geralt of Rivia
Don't torture him.
I promise he'll not die.
References Scenes from a Marriage