A video game’s success mostly depends on the type of characters present in the game. The characters and the protagonist of the game play a major role in the success and failure of the game. Today, we are going to discuss about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Geralt of Rivia, the protagonist, and how he contributed in the success of the video game. But first, let’s talk about the game.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Geralt of Rivia
Geralt of Rivia is a fictional character and the protagonist of The Witcher 3. He is actually the protagonist of The Witcher series of many short stories and some novels written by Polish Writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Geralt is also known as a witcher, is a monster slayer for hire. He along with Ciri are the two characters that can be played. Geralt is also know as the White Wolf, due to his white hair.
About Geralt of Rivia
Geralt was born in 1174 to the sorceress of Visenna and the warrior Korin. His mother left him at the School of The Wolf under the care of Kaer Morhen, where he was trained to become a Witcher. He was trained by his mentor Vesemir, whom he considered to be his fatherly figure. Geralt then went through a rigorous training exercise with only one obstacle course known as “The Gauntlet”.
Character-Sketch of Geralt of Rivia
Geralt is actually introverted, tight-lipped. A person might think him to be gruff, but from inside, he is filled with goodwill, good humour, and a honest readiness to help his friends. He faced a lot of difficulties in his life to reach his final goal and to complete the quest.
He is on an important quest of life. His main mission is to find the person he considers to be kin, Ciri in his quest. There are many challenges he has to face in this quest. During his long and tiring journey, he has to face the riders of the Wild Hunt, and he has to save the ones that he love.