Geralt of Rivia is on his way to Kaer Morhen for winter, but decides to stop in Vizima to earn a couple of extra orens before the first snow falls, closing the main routes and sending the monsters deep into their hideouts. He doesn't realise that a theoretically simple job will force him to decide whether or not there will be Christmas this year. Nor if there will ever be snow again...

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The most recent version of Merry Witchmas is available with The Witcher Patch 1.5. You can also download it separately, package contains a full walkthrough. This package contains english and polish version.

version 1.1.1 - English & Polish

I haven't even finished this adventure yet, but I'm so impressed that I had to stop to tell you what a fabulous job you did.

For anyone who hasn't played yet, STOP READING NOW.

You guys have included so many little changes that make big differences. The sight of a dwarf wearing make-up was just hilarious, yet also somehow adorable. When I saw the Christmas tree in the hospital, I said to myself, "How did they do that," so I went closer. The decorations are actually strings of garlic and pumpkins -- that's fabulous! And crates that have been reduced in size make surprisingly good presents under the tree.

Of course, the big surprise was Diablo, and you guys did a fantastic job with him! Very impressive, I must say, and very nice use of special effects, lots of lovely demon-from-hell atmosphere!. And to whoever wrote the dialogue for that, I greatly enjoyed Geralt's unflappability in responding to Diablo's list of all his scary titles with "Geralt of Rivia, nice to meet you." I laughed out loud (which I also do for delight, not just humor) when I saw Diablo and again at Geralt's answer.

I was also glad to see that you got a girlfriend for poor Kalkstein. He's a very nice man, even if a bit out of it, and the crazy math professor seems like a great match for him. I've always liked Kalkstein, so I'm glad he's got some company, if he wants it.

I didn't pick up the red jewel after I killed Diablo; I'll have to restore from save once I've finished the adventure and see what terrible things happen if Geralt is foolish enough to take it.

Oh, and giving fisstech to a person with ... that name ... was also a great touch; the sort of thing that winks at those of us who've read a lot of SF but doesn't ruin the game for those who haven't.

I'm sure I've forgotten something I enjoyed, since there was so much of it, and as I say, I haven't finished yet, but I wanted to tell you what a great job I thought you all had done before I forgot too much.


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