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The Witcher: Matters of Conscience
Information sur la publication
Rachunek sumienia. CD Projekt RED, 2015
Bande dessinée
The Witcher: Fox Children

The Witcher: Matters of Conscience (polonais : Rachunek sumienia) est une bande dessinée se déroulant entre The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings et The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Elle est écrite par Michał Gałek, illustrée par Arkadiusz Klimek et mise en couleurs par Nikodem Cabała. Cette BD n'existe qu'en version numérique et a été offerte en bonus à ceux qui ont acheté l'extension Hearts of Stone de The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sur

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The year was 1271. The place - Vergen. The moment - portentous. King Henselt's long siege had finally ended. Life was slowly retunring to normal - or as "normal" as it could be in a city whre humans, dwarves and elves lived side by side an din harmony, the whole powder keg led by a maiden... And not just any maiden, mind you, but the virgin and heroine Saskia, until recently known as the Dragonslayer, before she was revealed to be a dragon herself. Her true name was Saesenthessis, a name of some beauty. As to her true form... well, none could say, for she was of the rare breed endowed with the gift of polymorphy and could thus change her appearance as easily as others change stockings.

As was to be expected, Vergen's residents had mixed feelings when the curtain was lifted on this secret. True, they owed much to the Virgin of Aedirn, but was it enough to swear fealty to a dragon? Many abandoned the city, and those who stayed watched Saskia's every doing the way sheep might eye a wolf clad in wool.

As a final dash to this already seething stew, a problem had bubbled up in the nearby bogs. A problem requiring a witcher's attention. And so Geralt of Rivia returned to Upper Aedirn shortly after his final confrontation with the assassins of kings, Letho of Gulet, for the last time. His task now was to hunt down and slay the... well, the beast in the bogs, which went by various names. To the witcher it was a chelonodrake, to the common folk it was a tortodragon, and to the dwarves it was a minge-mawed, armor-plated son of a scabby bitch. Whatever the beast's name, its tale played out thus...

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