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The Witcher 3 decision checklist
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There are three different possible major endings in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and each ending depends on the decisions Geralt makes over the course of the game. For the major endings, most of the critical decisions come towards the end of the game and involve the following quests:
Major ending descriptions[edit | edit source]
- Major ending 1: Ciri becomes a witcher in her own right
- Major ending 2: Ciri becomes empress of Nilfgaard
- Major ending 3: Ciri dies
Major decisions[edit | edit source]
Decisions concerning Ciri[edit | edit source]
- During Blood on the Battlefield:
- How Geralt chooses to comfort Ciri (Beer vs Snowball fight)
- Whether or not Geralt revisits Emhyr
- Whether or not Geralt takes coin from Emhyr
- During Final Preparations:
- Whether or not Geralt accompanies Ciri to a meeting with the Lodge of Sorceresses
- During Child of the Elder Blood:
- How Geralt handles Ciri's outburst
- Whether or not Geralt takes Ciri to find Skjall
Decisions which impact the political landscape[edit | edit source]
The political fates of Temeria, Redania and Nilfgaard are governed by the following quests:
Minor endings[edit | edit source]
- Reason of State: Who rules the North?
- If Geralt ignores this quest completely, Radovid becomes ruler of Novigrad and Velen and continues his plan to eradicate all mages and non-humans.
- If Geralt sides with Dijkstra, the latter becomes ruler of the North imposing a regime of fear and reduced liberty, but industry prospers.
- If Geralt sides with Vernon Roche and Ves, Temeria is allowed some degree of freedom, becoming a vassal state of the Nilfgaardian Empire.
- Reason of State: Does the Emperor of Nilfgaard live or die?
- If Geralt sides with Vernon Roche and Ves, Emhyr turns his attention to dissent at home, wiping out the traitors with extreme prejudice.
- If either Radovid or Dijikstra ends up ruling the North, the Nilfgaardian populace rises up and kills him.
- King's Gambit: Who becomes the ruler of Skellige?
- Romance choices: What happens to Geralt?
- If Geralt chooses Triss Merigold over Yennefer, the two lovers move to Kovir where Triss accepts to become advisor to the king. Geralt lives in comfort and luxury, with the occasional Witcher Contract.
- If Geralt chooses Yennefer over Triss, the pair ride off into the sunset and happily ever after.
- If Geralt foolishly tried to romance them both, he ends up with neither.
Variable minor endings to major quests[edit | edit source]
- The Whispering Hillock: What happens to the Bloody Baron?
- Haunted House: What happens to Sara the Godling?
- For the Advancement of Learning: What happens to Keira?
- Get Junior: What happens to Whoreson Junior?
- If Geralt kills Whoreson Junior, Dudu takes his place and begins a kinder, gentler approach.
- If Geralt spares Whoreson Junior, Junior loses influence and lives out his days a pitiful shadow of his former self.
- Now or Never: What happens to mages in general?
- If Geralt leads the mages to the ship, they successfully escape Novigrad, but violence against non-humans escalates sharply.
- If Geralt fails to get the mages to the ship, or ignores the quest, they are slaughtered indiscriminately.