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Auckes
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Module
Details
Profession
Witcher
Gender
Male
Race
Witcher
Nationality
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Affiliation
Viper School

The witcher Auckes is one of the kingslayers and a secondary character in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. Geralt "meets" him for the first time during an assassination attempt on King Henselt in the Kaedweni camp. He belongs to the School of the Viper.

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Journal entry[edit | edit source]

When he first heard Auckes' name, the witcher had no idea who this was. Hah - he did not have the slightest inkling of the role this individual would play in our story.
If Geralt chooses Roche's path during the end of Chapter I:
The assassin's identity was revealed only after his death. The accomplice of Letho and Serrit fell at Geralt's hand, but his memories provided very important information. The kingslayers responsible for the deaths of Foltest and Demavend, as well as the attempt on Henselt, had played a game of their own, in which both Síle and Iorveth had been pawns. Furthermore, it seemed that they and Geralt shared a common past.
If Geralt chooses Iorveth's path during the end of Chapter I:
Auckes was probably one of the witchers Roche had mentioned. He and Serrit were trying to cover Letho's escape when Síle located their hideout. Though both died in the end, they completed their task, buying the last kingslayer time to flee.

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In the Polish, German, Czech and Russian editions of the game, Auckes' name is 'Egan'.

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