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Witcher love (aka You won't see THIS in LotR) - The Bibliophile
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Witcher love (aka You won't see THIS in LotR)
Witcher and other male character who's become a regular get into disagreement that turns into rolling on the ground fight. Only to suddenly let go of each other going ow!ow!ow!ow!ow! Because fairly diminutive younger female character has had it up to here, whipped off her belt and is letting this pair of soldier/warrior types both have it until they break it up and is quite prepared to start in on the pair of 'em again if either makes one move towards the other that isn't an apology because she is not putting up with this shit from either of them.

Note that this isn't something that is a regular occurrence in these books but the the result of tensions that have building up over a couple of novels finally coming to a head ... all reactions quite realistic for the characters even though it's nothing any of them have done (or shown any signs of doing) before. Proof of good character development that it all makes sense and is simultaneously funny as hell (in the middle of tense scene) and dead serious.

Waiting until March for the next instalment is suddenly going to hurt twice as much as it was a few hours ago.

P.S. I've just decided I really need a Witcher userpic ...

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sealwhiskers From: sealwhiskers Date: 2nd January 2017 20:00 (UTC) (Other places)
There are tons of nice pics of Gerard and Ciri and Triss Marigold etc. fan art both from the games and the books. Maybe start doing name searches on pinterest?
jlsjlsjls From: jlsjlsjls Date: 2nd January 2017 21:05 (UTC) (Other places)
What, no Yennefer? *teasing*

Wanted to have a Geralt userpic since even though he isn't always the primary character as the story goes on he is the core, the person who is the initial link between most of the others. And wanted to stick with something from the books rather than the games (or the movie or tv series) since the books are the version I'm hooked on. Ended up choosing the cover of "Blood of Elves" since that's the one that originally caught my attention while cataloguing. Though I know now that it doesn't represent anything that actually happened in that book. ;p But it's still a striking image; unusual reflective lighting that took me a while to figure out.
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