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  1. Ilovegames20
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    this shi cursed af
  2. Ilovegames20
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  3. iooorveeeth
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    looks like a shogun geralt
  4. KyrgyzGuitarist
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    Somehow... it fits. Meany looking witcher, spent lots of years drinking tons of unhealthy decoctions, diggin himself in monster s#*! during hunting and that's the result :D
  5. Friedensbrecher
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    What are the chances of a Ciremir mod? Pretty please!!! That would be awesome...
  6. adritz400
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    DUDE this was so awesome, I couldn't stop laughing. True. I thought Vesemir was the playable character when I 1st saw The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game trailer(twas Ciri), then the game came out and I was wrong. Now my wish is half-half granted...
  7. Kamillot
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    My eyes!They are bleeding.
  8. fox23vang
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    I like it, seems lore friendly. The vanilla Geralt is too much of a pretty boy.
  9. Matthias93
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    Now can you put Geralt's face on Vesimir?
  10. Flauschekatze
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    But perfect for the more mature gamers who also liked:
    Metal Gear Solid - Guns of the Patriots

    Having old charakters in videogames is very important because...

    Old people just can`t identify themselves with video game protagonists younger than 80, and become even more depressed when seeing young and cool pals moving around without crutches.
    The next step in your mod should be one silver sword and one crutch on Geralt Senior`s back, and this mod will be WHO-approved as depression-lowering entertainment for retirement castles.

    >>The researchers said that playing computer games helped ease symptoms of depression faster than "gold standard" antidepressant called escitalopram, Livescience reported. A related study published in the journal PLOS ONE states that owning a personal computer can lower dementia risk by as much as 40 percent in men. Older adults, who play video dance games, are also more likely to meet physical activity goals, stated another study. Also, active video games help senior citizens in community dwellings exercises.<<