As seen in my previous articles, Radovid V the Stern of Redania and Philippa Eilhart were two major actors in the world changing events in the Witcher 2. Their epic rivalry shook the North and is deserving of a focus piece, where the evolution, brilliance, and mistakes of both characters are examined.
This piece is going to be slightly different than my previous ones in the sense that in addition to investigating the political events and calculations, I’ll also be looking at the thematic element behind this chess match between these 2 Realpolitik artists. The clash between Radovid V and Philippa Eilhart is also a clash between two contrasting world visions for a new order.
Before I start, I want to thank Zjarcal for the great images she made for me, they are awesome and you’re awesome. Love you!
30 day coloring challenge - #15 Create a coloring of an OTP.the last one totally goes out to knightofphoenix.
30 day coloring challenge - #3 Create a color porn coloring.
The guys from The Witcher fandom asked me for some fantasy gore, violent, NC-17 or R-rated art. I don’t really do those things, so all the stuff above is rather safe for work…
It’s not THAT explicit.
Personally [those who’ve played The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings know the circumstances] my personal fave here is Sabrina Glevissig. Because, well… she’s a dead burnt witch. And the owl is obviously for Philippa Eilhart. BURN, all of you, you crazy folk.
If you don’t know the story - seriously, guys, try reading “The Witcher” sequence and playing the games. It’s one delicious Hell of plot-twists, insane heroes, sterile mutants, extinct races, mad wizard b-tches, and all the fun you’re obviously missing.
My favourite type of magic - lesbomancy!
Again the most kinky sorceress - Filippa Eilhart.
Oh, those mages
The best moment in the game captured in a gif, we can safely delete Tumblr now that the life has become complete.