In medieval times, Geralt of Rivia, a member of a fading order of professional monster slayers known as Witchers, is on trail of Salamandra, a secretive crime syndicate that stole dangerous alchemical formulas from Witchers' fort.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Geralt of Rivia (voice)
Geralt of Rivia (voice)
King Foltest / Malcolm Stein / Zahin Schmartz / Dwarven blacksmith / Leader of bandits (voice)
Alison Dowling ...
Adam Cywka ...
Yaevinn / Guard of The Order of the Flaming Rose (voice)
Andrew Wincott ...
Jacques de Aldersberg / Haren Brogg / Ren Grouver / Bandits / Craftsmen (voice)
Arlene Decker ...
Courtesan / Nurse of the Order / Women in Shawl (voice)
Abigail / Carmen / Queen of the Night / Nurse (voice)
Agnieszka Kunikowska ...
Triss Merigold (voice)
Vesemir / Kalkstein / King of the Wild Hunt / Salamandra Bandit (armoured) (voice)
Brian Bowles ...
Declan Leuvaarden / Velerad / Nobles / Fat Townspeople / Elven Elite Warrior / Dwarven Smith (voice)
Emma Tate ...
Alina / Grandma / Ladies / Waitresses (voice)
Anna Ulas ...
White Rayla / Gossip / Rozalind Pankiera / Bar Wench / Peasant Women / Bruxa (voice)
Benjamin Lewandowski ...
Alvin (voice)


In a world that resembles medieval Europe, wickedness, poverty, misery and racism and violence against those who are different, be they minority races such as Elves and Dwarfs or people with special talents like Mages or Witchers is commonplace. Kings who rule the lands scheme, plot and war with each-other even over trivial matters and break every rule known to man and God sparing nothing including men and resources. Monsters and supernatural beasts are another common occurrence in this world and special warriors are created through experiments on chosen men (and sometimes women) at young age. Those who survive the process become known as Witchers, infertile master-warriors who are trained and obligated to slay any beast and evil that endangers Man. Once, they were a powerful and appreciated order, but after a devastating war with a predatory southern dark empire, northern peoples' hate towards those who are not of their kind rose to an unprecedented levels and even the always neutral... Written by Anonymous

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26 October 2007 (Poland)  »

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At the lumberjacks' camp, you can hear two of them having a conversation about wild flowers and cross-dressing. A reference to Monty Python. See more »


Dandelion: Geralt, I was looking for you. I had no idea Nurse Natalia was such a wellspring of passion. You've ever seen her leaning over her patients? Those eyes!
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Version of The Hexer (2002) See more »

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My thoughts of The Witcher
15 May 2015 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews


  • Geralt's character development (with quite original method of

talents) - potion making (includes picking of herbs, harvesting jaws of vampires etc.) - moral choices reflecting in changing attitudes of other characters - multitude of quests - some parts are really intense
  • deep, immersive story - nice music, beautiful landscapes, amazing

architecture - seducing women is kind of fun - becoming master of dice poker and fist fighting is also kind of fun - original monsters


  • somewhere midgame you get a lot of bothersome "run here, talk, run

there, talk" quests - you need to adjust to game's combat system - first 30-90 minutes of the game are kind of boring


  • you don't get to use many weapons or armors, because other weapons

than swords are not usable in witcher battle styles making them ineffective especially later in the game - after you start feeling which skills are important and focus on developing them, fighting becomes quite easy

Overall: you need to bite the bullet and endure the first hour of the game. After that you get a really good, immersive RPG with damn good story and lots of locations.

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