2018 April/May/June Update:

As you know, most of the year I publish 2 to 3 articles a day.

However, every year during convention season, I take a break from that to go full swing CosPlay.

From early April 2018 to late June 2018, article posting schedule will be sporadic, while CosPlay Season and Convention events are going full swing.

During this time period, you can expect most, possible all new articles to be focused on costume making, CosPlay, and the characters I'm CosPlaying.

UPDATE: It's now divided into 7 pages. The primary page "Meet Avallach" is now over 20,000 words long. At this rate, it'll cross 60,000 long before the costume is finished, and that's not including the other 5 pages. The primary page has now crossed 60,000 words and counting, the whole set of Avallac'h pages are now more than 200,000 words long, and more then 500 pictures of Avallac'h and his friends have now been uploaded on these pages, plus there are now 400+ hour-long videos f the costume making process as we record live, every second of this insanely elaborate, over the top CosPlay project.

As of May 19, just 29 days to PortCon we are embroidering his blue coat in a countdown against the clock to finish in time for the event, while we pray that The Dazzling Razzberry will be re-weilded back together and drivable in time for PortCon, after it's recent vandalism by Old Orchard Beach's ever growing Ku Klux Klan problem.

There will still be daily updates, but the BULK of the daily updates will be limited to the pages linked here:

  1. The Avallac'h CosPlay: Who is Avallac'h?
  2. Obsession: Meet Avallac'h
  3. [NSFW] Avallac'h & His Nude Women | Witcher 3 Game Screenshots
  4. Historical Accuracy vs Avallac'h (to go live later this summer)
  5. The Avallac'h CosPlay Costume Making Vlogs (will go live AFTER finishing the costume)
  6. How To Make The Avallac'h CosPlay (will go live AFTER PortCon)
  7. How Much Did It Cost? ($800+ will run to around $3,000) Budgeting The Avallac'h CosPlay (eing written as the costume is being made, will go live after completion of the costume)
  8. Why do children CosPlay rapists & rape victims? & WHY Avallac'h is a M18+ character. 
  9. PortConMaine 2018
  10. On Being a Handicapped CosPlayer: A Look At Events of PortConMaine 2017 That Resulted In 3 Disabled CosPlayers Getting hurt at The Convention and How These Things Could Have Been Avoided




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Avallac'h & His Nude Women
Witcher 3 Game Screen Shots
(Now With Instructions For How To Get Pictures Like This In Your Own Game Play)




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Geralt talking to nude Ciri, during a cow field massacre of the Bovine Defence Force, while Avallac'h eavesdrops.

As requested... screenshots from my 700+ hour let's play of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt; featuring my Axii-ed sex slave Avallac'h and his "Wild Nudity Settings" naked women...

After completing the Isle of Mists quest in Episode 297 of my Let's Play, Avallac'h is no longer in the game. So I hacked the game, brought him back in as Geralt's side kick, and use Axii/mind control spell to control him. Geralt no longer has to fight, as Avallac'h does it for him now. I then turned on the Wild Nudity settings (which stips the clothes of the main character females, as well as many of the inner city women) and changed the game to Death March difficulty. Geralt now marches across the game with Avallac'h and a hoard of naked women.

(You can watch my full 700+ episode Completion Run of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt here:  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKDjOx2XoGklkhYgEPCW3wGPAHA3xAYiF videos are uploaded daily, at the time of this writing, 104 episodes have gone up. They will continue to be uploaded daily until all 700+ episodes are there. I am still plaYING this, so no clue how many episodes it will eventually reach.The episodes are vanilla until 137, at which point I started adding Nexus mods. As of right now we are playing the game with 52 mods on it.)

NOTE: This page contains MAJOR spoilers to the game Witcher 3 Wild Hunt and The Witcher novels. Especially regarding Avallac'h, The Wild Hunt, Eredin, Carathian, Ge'els, The Final Boss Battle, Ciri, and The Aen Elle Elves in general.

Welcome To The Pink Jelly Unicorn Run of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt

Geralt and The Pink Jelly Unicorn
Geralt and his two favourite boy-toys: Avallac'h The Psychotic Elf Wizard and Elihal The Transvestite Elf
Avallac'h with his two favorite women: Ciri and Corinne Tilly (both naked). All 3 of them following Geralt through the fields of Toussaint.
Avallac'h has just ripped off this woman's clothes and tossed her on his bed, and while several other people are in the room watching him, having an orgasm while he psychically mind fucks Corinne Tilly, drains her brain of her memories, puts his own memories into her head, then teleports them back out of her head and into Ge'els' head. Weird, brain sucking sexless group Elf sex happening here.
A screen shot from "Avallac'h's Psychotic Breakdown aka I Broke The Game and Avallac'h Kills EVERYONE" (see video linked below)... for some reason nude Philippa attacked naked Ciri, and Avallac'h stepped in and slaughtered Philippa... while me and Geralt wonder what the hell just happened... then Avallac'h attacks a horse for no reason, gets kicked in the head, and proceeds to kill EVERYONE: Zoltan, Yennefer, Triss, Ves, Shani, the Bloody Baron, Roach, Vesemir, and finally Geralt...and I still don't know why, and I'm not sure if I could make this happen again or not, because I don't know what I did to trigger him to go psychotic on us. In the end, he leaves only Ciri, Corinne, and Margarita alive... interestingly they are 3 of the 5 women he has sexual relationships with in the cannon base game.

If you are not familiar with the game, let me point out here that Avallac'h is a NPC (none player character) meaning I have no ability to control his actions. He is controlled by the computer AI of the game. What you are seeing him do here in this video... that's the computer controlling him as if another player just jumped into the game and took control of his character.

I don't know what triggered him to start slaughtering all the other primary characters like this, but I will definitely be trying to make this happen again so I can find out what triggers him to act like this.


If you have the game and want to be able to get screenshots like the ones seen on this page, you need the following 2 mods:

  1. SpawnCompanions (REQUIRED to bring travel companions, like Avallac'h into regular game play) https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3/mods/2459
  2. NudeAllGirls (incompatible with alternate clothing DLCs - turn them off for this to work) https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3/mods/1776

To do all of this you need an account with Nexus mods https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3 and own a PC Edition of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt with modding capabilities (you can not do this on XBox or PlayStation - that means you need a high powered gaming rig PC with a NVIDIA 900 or higher, a 3TB harddrive, and a i7000 or better processor... a computer capable of playing this game will cost you barest minimum $3,000 and upwards of $10,000... know that before you head out and buy this game. You CAN NOT play it on a standard computer!)

My computer was specially built JUST to play Witcher 3 Wild Hunt and for no other reason. If you want to build a computer like mine, here's what I'm running. It also has 32TB of hard drives on it, to store the game, and all the recorded footage files. 700+ episodes of recorded footage as filled up 19TB of harddrive so far.

My Equipment:  

  1. FaceCam: https://amzn.to/2GSp61t
  2. Motherboard: https://amzn.to/2GXlH15
  3. Processor: https://amzn.to/2HeDgaY
  4. Graphics Card: https://amzn.to/2q98tUA
  5. Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EnqlAh

Please be aware of the type of equipment, and the cost of it, that you will need to do something like what I am doing here, before you attempt to do it yourself.

Avallac'h and nude Ciri, help Geralt investigate the bovine plague.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Ciri, Keira Mertz, and Margarita
Geralt wondering where Margarita's shirt went, as Avallac'h walks through camp teleporting clothes off the women he walks past.

I discovered during this game play that Avallac'h is absolutely vicious and merciless in battle, something we did not see in the regular game. I have 20 characters Axiied and controlled by Geralt now and only 2 are displaying a brutally, bloody level of viciousness in battle: Avallac'h and Phillipa. Most of the other character either run away from battles or stand back and join the fight near the end. I've also discovered Geralt has no real ability to control either of these 2 characters, even when Axiied, as they both frequently leave the group to run ahead and slaughter everything and everyone in their path.

Avallac'h picks up on monster and enemy presence long before Geralt can with Witcher senses and often runs off to fight enemies long before Geralt is aware they are there. Since added Avallac'h to the game like tis, we have encountered dozens of quests, that Geralt arrived on the scene to find ALL enemies all ready dead and Avallac'h standing there waiting for us.

You can make anything, anyone, any character, any monster, any animal found in the game your traveling companion. It doesn't change their personality in any way, it simply forces them to follow you. You can not make them fight enemies. Most characters will not fight your enemies for you. They use the same attacks, personalities, and say the same phrases, you would see them doing normally in game. Most characters, when confronted with enemies, run away screaming and go hide somewhere, they will stay hidden until the fight is over, then run back to the group after the enemies are dead. Very few will fight alongside you.

I've done this with well over a 100 characters, animals, and monsters. The monsters are risky travel companions, as they will also attack people in the villages when you walk into a village. If you are looking to add a character to help you in fights, the best characters for that, in order of most aggressive and ready to run off slaughtering everything are: Imlerith, Carthair, Avallac'h, Phillipa, the BW panther, wolves, Leshan, the Bloody Baron, and Eredin. All of these characters have very aggressive and dominant personalities, and are quick to run after enemies, hunt them down, and brutally massacre them, and you CAN'T stop them. If they decide they are going to kill someone, they will just massacre them and the only way for you to reign in any control to stop them, is to kill the companion and then respawn them again.

Near as I can tell, there are 5,000 characters in Witcher 3 Wild Hunt, and you can spawn every one of them.

(UPDATE ADDED APRIL 22, 2018: I have found a way to stop Avallac'h once he goes into one of his Human murdering frenzies: cast Igni on him - set fire to him. He'll burst into flames and run around screaming until he's able to put the fire out. While he does that, the villagers will run screaming for the nearest field or forest. By the time Avallac'h gets the fire out, they should be far enough away that he'll forget about them and rush off to hunt down something else instead.)

If you are looking for less agressive travel companions who will stay at your side to fight (not run wildly into battle massacring everyone in the village, enemy and civilian alike, like the ones listed above do) try: Triss, Lambert, Ciri, Zoltan, Margarita, Keira, Cerys, Fringilla, Yennefer, Vesemir, Eskel, Rose, Dandelion, or Ves.

If you want a travel companion who NEVER fights (and ALWAYS runs away screaming when a fight starts), you want Ge'els, Corine Tilly, Odassia, Priscilla, Vimme Vivaldi, or Iris.

Note: if you spawn BOTH Avallac'h and Ge'els at the same time - they don't get along, and Ge'els runs screaming in whatever opposite direction he can go to get away from Avallac'h.

If you want a monster that will fight by your side and NOT attack villagers, try the Succubus. All 12 Succubus from the game can be summoned as travel companions.

Usually when I spawn Avallac'h into the game, I also spawn Ciri, Corinne Tilly, and Margarita, as these are the 3 women you see him with most often in the game.  As of yet, I've not found the ability to spawn his live in prostitute Isilira, or I'd have her there too. I've not yet found the ability to spawn ANY of the prostitutes, apparently because your character Geralt can buy them in game.  Hack the game long enough and you find what you seek. Not only is Avallac'h's lover Isilira now spawned into the game, so to is Ge'el's lover Tulip.

There are 5 women who have in-game cannon sexual relationships with Avallac'h: Ciri, Corinne Tilly, Margarita, Tulip, and his prostitute-wife Isilira. As of April 23, 2018, ALL 5 of them are now travelling with Avallac'h and Geralt in my gameplay.

(UPDATE: APRIL 22, 2018: Scroll to the bottom, below the pictures, to see a full list of all 52 mods I'm running to get these pictures with.)

Hilariously out of context photo of Avallac'h chasing naked Ciri through a field. (I had to crop everyone else out of this image when I spotted this one, considering how stalker obsessed he is with her. Also, if you didn't know, Ciri has a dead girlfriend, and is a Lesbian, thus why she's stand-off-ish with Avallac'h, in spite of his repeatedly nearly dying to protect her, his twice be tortured nearly to death because he protects her, his endlessly slaving over her every whim in spite of her treating him like shit most of the time, and his literary ripping the planet in half simply because she asked him to. When you get to know her, she's kind of a major spoilt brat cry-baby, bitch in desperate need of a spanking and few punches in the face. She's a whiny hissy fit priss-ant who always has to get her way and Avallac'h's always there to give her whatever she wants. What the hell is wrong with him? Why does he even like her? She's a major mean-girl style bitch.)(I don't like Ciri.)
Equally hilarious is the other half of this same picture, with naked Triss and Yen chasing Geralt.......... Run, Geralt, Run! They're coming for you and Triss is winning. ............. In actuality Avallac'h, Ciri, Triss, and Yen were just running along side Geralt, but cutting the picture in two changed the context completely.)

I highly recommend if you've played this game and want to play it again, to hack the game to bring Avallac'h in as a traveling companion and then watch how absolutely brutally and psychotically vicious he becomes in battle. While the base game does inform us he was one of Eredin's generals, a former general of the Wild Hunt, and the novels tell us he was a bloodthirsty soldier rumored to have killed thousands of Humans in his youth, we never saw this side of him in game. Interestingly, his attack moves are the very similar to the ones Eredin uses in the final boss battle and are what you see at the very end of the game when you are trying to avoid fireballs to climb up the mountain.

Warning though... Avallac'h is insanely overpowered. He one hit drops multiple enemies at a time even on Death March difficulty settings. He can take out entire villages with one hit on Easy and Normal settings.

Look at the hit stats he's getting in this hanse bandit battle... he just one hit dropped 1,148,91 on the bandits... even my level 44 Geralt rarely gets more then 80 to 90 per hit. Adding Avallach as a travel companion is going to allow you to steamroll through quests 20 to 30 or more levels above your Geralt's current level ability EVEN ON DEATH MARCH!

Avallac'h one hits hanse bandits for 1,148.91. Takes of 30+ banits in single hit. Death March settings. Geralt hasn't yet arrived at this abandoned site, just arriving in time to see Avallac'h unleashing frozen hell on earth.

Avallac'h uses his staff to call down the White Frost, lightening bolts, and ice balls, to annihilate enemies all around him, taking out 20 to 30 bandits in a single swing. He freezes all the enemies around him, then does a lightning bolt attack to kill them, then runs around like a madman slashing all their heads of, disemboweling them in a total bloodbath that send showers of blood all over roads, ceilings, walls, buildings, and everyone standing need by. After this any left over living close to him are quickly beheaded. He is best when pitted against Human bandits, whom he goes absolutely psychotic on. I'm guess he REALLY hates Humans A LOT.

Avallac'h is bat shit crazy in battle. And he's got more attacks then you can count.

Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h Brutally Protecting Wild Nudity Ciri from bandits

Let him loose in a bandit camp, then you (Geralt) can sit back and relax and watch him go nuts, and not need to even enter the battle. He'll single handedly take out even the largest of hanse bandit camps. But, do be careful of him in battle, while in his blood frenzy, he WILL turn on Geralt and one hit kill him as well. He and the Bloody Baron are a ONLY two travel companion characters I've ever had turn on Geralt. 

Also, be careful when spawn Avallac'h, he spawns ready to fight and lunges at Geralt immediately. He needs to be Axiied soon as you spawn him, otherwise he'll massacre Geralt soon as you spawn him. He is far more aggressive than any other member of the Wild Hunt. 

See picture below:

This is Avallac'h's endgame fireball attack, the one he used just after you kill Eredin, to try to stop you from reaching the mountain... here it is in game. He ran ahead to attack a group of wild dogs, massacred them, then turned around and slaughtered Geralt for no reason. Notice my health bar is FULL... he one hit dropped me here. Next scene was the "You are dead" loading page.

Remember, Avallac'h IS the single most powerful character in the base game, as he IS the final boss/primary villain of the game.

Here is the canon base game final boss battle which starts out you fight Carathian, then Eredin, and you think you've killed the final boss until Eredin's dying words reveal he was just a pawn to the real game villain Avallac'h... watch Avallac'h's fireball attack, as Geralt tries to make his way to the tower on top of the mountain...that's the same attack he uses in game battles if you add him as a travel companion. Said in game to be the most powerful mage in the galaxy, I don't think it's possible for any enemy in the game to take him down.


Also, the rest of the Wild Hunt characters (Imlerith, Eredin, and Avallac'h's son Carthiar...) are difficult to travel with. They run off and do their own thing. You have to be constantly calling them back and even then they don't always come. They may or may not help you fight, usually they stand back and watch when monsters are being fought, then go all out psycho frenzy on Humans bandits. All the Aen Elle Elves are bat shit crazy in battle. Imlerith goes psycho nuts in battle just like Avallac'h does.

If you are a gamer who likes to go total gorefeast in your game plays, team up with Avallac'h, Carthair, and Imlerith. These 3 Elves are total blood lust psychopaths in battle. You'd think they were half starved piranhas in a meat factory.  

It appears all members of the Wild Hunt/all the Aen Elle Elves are hard wired in this game to viciously attack Humans, Avallac'h more then the rest. Except for Ge'els, who runs and hides when a battle starts. Ge'els is an absolute pacifist and will not fight anyone at all. If you are travelling with Ge'els you may end up needing to defend him, as enemies will kill your travel companions if they don't fight back, and he doesn't fight, period.

If you are looking to turn your fights into a total gore filled, bloodbath, definitely bring Avallac'h into the game as your travelling companion, he has the single bloodiest attacks of any character. 

If you don't want to take your game seriously (I don't), you can also add Battle Pheasants. Yes, Battle Pheasants. Spawn yourself a flock of 5 or more pheasants, and they were march along with you and dutifully rush into battle to defend you from monsters.

I started doing this around 250 episodes into my Let's Play, but did not try it on Avallac'h until Episode 297. All the screenshots here, come from episodes after 300 and into 700. Geralt also rides a purple unicorn now instead of Roach. I've referred to this as my "Pink Jelly Unicorn Run".

People were asking to see screen shots of this utter madness that I've turned the game into. Here they are:

Avallac'h, Geralt, Roach as The Pink Jelly Unicorn, in Velen with wild nudity Philippa.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Phillipa; Ge'els was with us here, but he's apparently scared of cemeteries as he ran off screaming... or maybe Avallac'h beat him up. I don't know. They don't seem to get along and I was too busy reading Dr. Moreau's tombstone to notice what happened.
Geralt has decided to take a break from fighting and is now sitting and watching the naked women dance around Avallac'h as Avallac'h stops using magic to fight and is now beating a shalamar over the head with his staff.
Avallac'h is bored, there is no one here for him to kill, Ciri's not around for him to obsess over, he already chased Ge'els screaming for the forest, and he already stripped the clothes off the women in the camp, now there's nothing left for him to do, so he's just standing there bored out of his mind.

 ...and speaking of Avallac'h stripping the clothes off all the women in the camp...

I think I've discovered a logical, reason for why he strips the clothes off of every women he gets near. Apparently, he's looking for vampires.

You know how I was saying earlier that he's practically immortal and monsters can't land any damage hits on him? We actually found a monster that can hurt him:

Alps & Bruxa - the game's nude female vampires.

We've seen him fight hundreds of monsters and not take damage, but now, that a look at this video and watch these two vamps landing crit hits on him. They are actually hurting, quite a lot. We've never heard him scream before...


And did you notice Ciri's perfectly timed "mmm splendid" and "of course".

Told you Ciri was a mean-girl bitch.

Ciri, Avallac'h's girlfriend, says "mmm splendid" just as the vampire takes out Isilira, Avallac'h's wife. And then says "of course" when I asked "Is Tulip dead again?" (Tulip, is Avallac'h mistress.)

And those other 2 women, the Humans, Margarita and Corinne, they are his flings on the side. The 5 canon to the games and books lovers of Avallac'h.

I (playing Geralt) was just travelling with Avallac'h at first, but then I figured, he'd probably want his women with him, so I brought them along too. Now all 6 of them follow Geralt around in the game.


Interesting update:

On April 28, 2018, I made a discovery.

You remember how Avallac'h has trouble fighting Alps and Bruxa... female monsters that look like nude female Humans? 

Well, he also has trouble fighting Sirens... flying, swimming, sea monsters, who also have bare boobs on display.

AND... Avallac'h can be killed, quickly, and easily, by Wraiths. Yep, more topless women.  He was just killed by Wraiths, twice today. Two different battles. Not the same Wraith.

I find it rather hilarious, that the game devs went out of their way to program this character, a man who is overly obsessed with breasts, so that he couldn't fight any monster that was showing off a pair of naked breasts. Each time, almost immediately after starting to fight them

I've never seen a game mechanic like this. Usually a character (in any game) can fight monsters equally, one monster to the next, the change in difficulty, being the monster itself and not the character's reaction to the monster. In other words, if a bare breasted monster affected the character's ability to fight, it would affect ALL character across the game, NOT, just one character who is easily distracted by bare breasts.

The attention to small details like this, that the devs put into this game are amazing, because EVERY character in the game, has some sort of weakness that handicaps them in battle, that is unique to that character. And now we know that Avallac'h, a nearly immortal, practically undefeatable character in battle against everything, Avallac'h's weakness is he can't successfully fight a monster with bare breasts.

This leads to another question: is it the bare breasts or is it the fact that they are female?

Can he simply not hurt a female character? We do see him throughout the game, change his personality when around females. Though aggressive and dominant with other males, he becomes very gentle, nurturing, and loving around females. He takes a mother hen attitude towards Ciri, Margarita, Corinne, and the Lodge Sisters, talking to them gently and hovering over their injuries, tendery taking care of them. Though he hates Humans, we see scenes of him trying to hell Margarita's injuries and Ciri's scars.

We see Avallac'h have two starkly different personalities.:

One: gentle, kind, loving, calm, quiet, a lover of art and history, spending hours in his books reading, content to live his life doing nothing but sitting in flower gardens painting and drawing pictures of women.

The other: deadly, brutal, vicious, ready to kill anything and everything that threatens anyone he loves and has vowed to protect.

While his sexual morals are questionable, he's very protective and devoted to the care of ALL of his women, even his prostitutes. He's not in the habit of using women then abandoning them, and any women once she's been with him once, gets added to his list of women he takes care of and looks out for. Though at times he does this to such extremes that he comes off as stalker creepy, insanely jealous, and overly possessive.

And while we also see him as the deranged mad scientist, we see too that a lot of that was King Auberon's doing, with Avallac'h giving up that part of his life upon Auberon's death.

It appears that, left to his own, Avallac'h is content to surround himself with beautiful women, art, history books, and obsessing over obsessively with sex and never do anything else.

In fact we only see him become violent when one of his women is threatened, in which case he fiercely defends and protects her. We are left to believe that if no one was to ever threaten any of his women, he'd never show any level of aggression at all.

And then we take this and look at how he fights monsters and which monsters it is that he has trouble against and it begins to look like Avallac'h very simply can not bring himself to hurt a female, regardless of what she is, even if she is a monster trying to kill him.

...end of update.


Avallac'h with Geralt and wild nudity Ciri, Fringilla, and Philippa.

The playlist of The Pink Jelly Unicorn Run:

Welcome to my 700+ hour/episode Pink Jelly Unicorn Run of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. I've been playing this daily for 2 years now, often recording 5 to 10 one hour long episodes each day. The videos are being released at a rate of one episode per day, so it'll take at least 3 years before all 700+ episodes go live. I am continuing to play this, and at the rate I'm going this likely will eventually surpass well over 1,000 episodes. 

Some important notes: 

Before Ep 96 the game was set to "No Nudity"

After Ep 96 the game setting changed to "Vanilla Nudity" (MANY females nearly nude, some fully nude; and on screen sex scenes)

After Ep 137 I began using nexus mods...including to turn Geralt's horse Roach into a Pink Jelly Unicorn, and to add tin foil hats to all the chickens in the game.

I play cards in real life. I'm very, VERY good at it. Geralt can play cards in game.

Around Ep 175 Geralt begins his card playing addiction, obsessively hunting down every last card, and playing Gwent with a rabid abandon, cleaning out every player of EVERYTHING.

Also around Ep 175 - Geralt learns that Radovid killed our favourite character from Witcher 1. With our beloved half-Elf psycho Wizard, Kalkstein dead, Geralt, starts his Witch Hunter/Guard/Civilian killing rampage, massaquering every HUMAN who even tosses a nasty look at an Elf. We sided with the Scoia'tael in Witcher 1, and my Geralt of Witcher 3 is an Elf loving radical.

Around Ep 190 I began experimenting with Axii (mind control spell) at which point Geralt becomes a beast master with a pet Panther, White Wolf, and his ludacris flock of Amazing Battle Pheasants.

Geralt summoning Avallac'h into the game as his companion...seen here with one of Avallac'h's many naked women, this time Olgrad's wife Iris.

Around Ep 200 I discovered I could dye Geralt's armour pink. Geralt is now CosPlaying Quaraun the Insane, resplendent in his pink finery.

Around Ep 225 Card playing billionaire Geralt, started buying EVERYTHING in game - now owns a vineyard estate, every piece of in game armor, all in game swords, all in game clothes, and is routinely winning $100k+ per Gwent game.

Around Ep 250 I met the perverted Elf Wizard, Avallac'h, whose super power is teleporting things and he chooses to teleport clothes off of every women he walks past. Avallac'h quickly replaced Kalkstein as our new fave character and the game descends into a screaming fangirl downward spiral of Elf porn madness from thereon in, getting progressively smuttier with each episode. 

Avallac'h with Ge'els mistress Tulip

Around Ep 275, I unlocked and finished the rare Reginald's Genitals Easter Egg quest. Geralt, now armed with magic testicals, has become a sex god.

After Ep 291 I asked myself "Can I Axii Avallac'h and turn him into a sex slave?"

The answer?

Yes.

Yes I can.

I discovered I could turn Avallac'h into a mindless slave and make him do ANYTHING.

#1: Axii-ing Avallac'h, what the process looks like to bring him into the game as a travel companion for Geralt.
#2: Axii-ing Avallac'h, what the process looks like to bring him into the game as a travel companion for Geralt.
#3: Axii-ing Avallac'h, what the process looks like to bring him into the game as a travel companion for Geralt.
#4: Axii-ing Avallac'h, what the process looks like to bring him into the game as a travel companion for Geralt.

See that white glow around his head? If you try this... make damned sure that white glow (Axii) is there, before you close the spawn box, otherwise Avallac'h will IMMEDIATELY lunge at Geralt and slaughter him with one hit. Outside of the Isle of Mists Quest, Avallac'h is INSANELY HOSTILE towards Geralt and will kill him on sight without the Axii spell in place.

Once Axiied though, Avallac'h is a faithful companion who stays at Geralt's side, joining him in every quest, fighting alongside him in every battle.

We see in the base game that avallac'h is a fiercely defensive character, very protective of anyone he feels is under his care and protection. He retains this personality when spawned into regular game-play, and becomes fiercely defensive and protective of Geralt and any other character travelling with them.

Geralt and Avallac'h running into battle against 3 giant centerpieces, while nude Corinne Tilly runs away.
Geralt and Avallac'h protecting nude Ciri from a Forktail (dragon) attack. That blue glowing orb, is Avallac'h White Frost attack. Once the enemy is frozen, he blasts them again with Ard and shatters them into bloody disemboweled mess of entrails. His attacks are brutal. By far the bloodiests, most gore filled attacks in the game. He send heads, arms, legs, spinal columns, and intestines flying across the screen with every kill.

After Ep 292 Geralt has left both Yennefer and Triss and now has Avallac'h living with him at Corvo Bianco Vineyard Estates.

Geralt and Avallac'h at the Corvo Bianco Vineyard Estate... the Reginald's Genitals Award Trophy in the background.

One of the most hysterical recurring incidents in game... for some reason, every time Geralt enters the house, Avallac'h and all the naked women disappear into Geralt's bedroom and stay there until Geralt heads to the front door...no matter what room Geralt goes into. Normally they stay with Geralt, EVERYWHERE in game, except in the Corvo Bianco Vineyard Estate.

Inside the Corvo Bianco Vineyard Estate/Geralt's house. Geralt, coming out of kitchen and wondering why Avallac'h and 5 naked women are coming out of Geralt's bedroom...

We are left to wonder what Avallac'h does to all his naked women in there... oh, no, we already know what Avallac'h does to his women behind closed doors, and no need for closed doors, he's gutsy enough to do it in front of any one who happens to be in the room watching him, as we found that out in the Isle of Mists Quests of the base game...

Avallac'h doing his weird, mind fucking psychic sex thing to Corinne Tilly.

Definitely my favorite scene in the entire game... the scene where Ge'els is accusing Avallac'h of raping Ciri, and telling Ciri's father Geralt that... and while Ge'els and Ciri augure over what Avallac'h did, Avallac'h just rips Corinne's clothes off, tosses her on his bed, and drains her brain while having an orgasm over it. This is an Elf who definitely doesn't give a fuck what people think of him.

Ge'els trying to get Ciri to turn on Avallac'h. Avallac'h backing away scared... until Ciri lashes out at Ge'els to defend Avallac'h.

Ge'els is telling Geralt (Ciri's father) what Avallac'h does to Ciri in his lab...

...you know all those sex orgies Avallac'h has got going on with the King...

...while Avallac'h watches as other men in the Elven court fuck this girl...

...because Avallac'h's hell bent on breeding Ciri...

...because he's an Aen Saevherne and Ciri is an Elder Blood and supposedly a child born to the two will be a god, and Avallac'h wants to be the father of god...

...but like all mages in the Witcher series, Avallac'h has used radioactive magic too long and now the 2,000 year old Avallac'h is infertile and he can't get Ciri pregnant himself...

...which he is royally pissed about...

...so Avallac'h's making everyone else fuck Ciri while he watches...

...and Ciri's yelling back at Ge'els with:

...I know what he did to me, I let him do it to me, but you're worse,

...Avallac'h just wants to breed me for all those Elder Blood babies he's obsessed with fathering,

....he just wants to be god and control everybody in the universe,

....he's not hurting anyone while he's doing his sex crazed orgies, but you and King Eredin, you're all murderers, you killed Vesemir....

and while Ciri and Ge'els are arguing over how perverted Avallac'h is... and if it's worse to be a deviated sex crazed maniac or a mass murdering lunatic...

...meanwhile Avallac'h has left the argument and is now having one of his psychic sex orgasms with Corinne... 

...wait...

... did I call him a brain sucking alien? I meant, brain fucking alien...

...yeah...

...this guy can psychically fuck your brain...

...that's a thing in this game...

...because he's an Aen Saevherne and psychically fucking someone's brain out while he has an orgasm over it is ... uhm... what this guy does to women...

...you know, while he drains her brain of her memories, so he can put his own fabricated memories in their place, then teleport her memories into everyone else's heads so they can all be brainwashed into thinking the same thoughts at the same time, because, that's what this guy does...

...you remember when I told you back there, he's obsessed with watching Humans have sex because sex is "different" for Aen Elle Elves... yeah... this is what I was talking about... this guy mind fucks people...

 ...Avallac'h takes the concept of fucking someone's brains out to whole new levels of meaning... really, weird, sexless, brain fucking hentai shit going down here... which is fine by me, I love hentai, and all the weird ways it can find to portray sex without using any actual sexual intercourse...

... and forget Avallac'h's orgams in that scene, watch Corinne's...

What? How? What?... What the hell did he just do to her?

Look at her eyes...

Is she okay?

Is she gonna live through it?

And can I point out, he doesn't ask or get her permission before doing this. He just walks up to her and does it.

After Ep 293 Geralt travels the country side with Avallac'h by his side, and Avallac'h brings along with him Ciri, Philippa, Fringilla, and Margarita.

After Ep 297 I turned on Wild Nudity settings (MOST females fully nude)

After Ep 304 I switched to Death March Difficulty - Avallac'h immediately set out to kill everyone, then turn around and kill Geralt. Upon reloading, Avallac'h immediately ran off for a nearby hanse bandit camp and Geralt watched in awe as Avallac'h one hit dropped 30+ bandits, he than ran around beheading civilians, while 8 naked women danced around him cheering him on.

Avallac'h one hit drops 30+ bandits in a single swing. You do realize that the extremely ancient, very elderly, 2,000 year old, Avallac'h is described in both the games and the books as: "invilade", "crippled", "suffering serious nerve damage", "has difficulty getting out of bed most days", "violently twitching fingers due to nerve damage", "pupils that don't react to light from nerve injury"... and we frequently see him in game bedridden, holding on to things to walk without falling, leaning on walls to steady himself, we see him in game near death multiple times, including to see him pass out and go into a coma... and yet, he's STILL this insanely super overpowered fighter in battle? If this is him old, crippled, and barely able to fight, I'd hate to have seen him young, healthy, and actually able to fight.

The very first time we see Avallac'h in game, is when he is captured by the Witchers and tortured. If you know me, you know I'm obsessed with Elves and suffer from what is known as a "Florence Nightingale Personality" aka, if you want to endere me to a character and have me quickly become his screaming fangirl, then make him an Elf and then torture him. 

We didn't even find out his name until after this scene ended, and I was already a screaming fangirl, and at that point I knew absolutely nothing about him, other then: he was an Elf, he was a wizard, and he'd just been horrifically tortured.

The dying Aen Elle Elf, tortured by the Witchers during the Trial of Grasses: Avallac'h, seen here still strapped down to the torture table, now paralyzed, vomiting, and terrified, crying in agony and begging for mercy, as the Witchers examine the extent of his injuries and decide what next to do to him.
The dying Aen Elle Elf. King Eredin's chief advisor and general of the Wild Hunt, murderer of thousands of Humans, the viciously violent Battle Mage Crevan Espane aep Caomhan Macha aka Avallac'h has been captured by the Witchers (Geralt, Vesemir, Lambert, and Eskel) and put through infamous and deadly torture ritual known as The Trial of Grasses. Avallac'h, seen here passed out, slipping into a coma, after being vivisected, poisoned, bound in dimeritium (aka faerie iron, which is toxic to Elves) and tortured by the Witchers, as Yennefer decides to help the evil Elf and save his life rather than let the Witchers kill him.
Evil Human-hating, Elf Wizard, Avallac'h gleefully masserquing a Human village, while 8, barely visible through the blood spatter, naked women cheer him on.
Geralt calling Avallac'h a murderer: "Tell me how you do it? Sit around playing the flute, painting pictures of rutting unicorns in gorgeous landscapes, building ornately sculptured towers... and than mass murdering us Humans." Avallac'h does not deny the accusation, and responds to tell Geralt he kills Humans with the same ease Humans kill Elves and Witchers kill Monsters. ...and now we know that in addition to visiting brothels to draw pictures of Humans fucking, Avallac'h also paints pictures of Unicorns fucking as well. Weird sex-crazed Elf.

I forgot Avallac'h was a villain in the base game and I didn't realize that by changing the settings to Death March (which increases the attack powers of enemies, thus making the game harder to play) we would ALSO increase Avallac'h's attack power (him being one of the enemies and all) and turn him into an insanely overpowered, nearly undefeatable, bat shit crazy Elven Death god.

After Ep 305 I discovered I could Axii rest of The Wild Hunt Elves. Geralt now armed with psychopathic space Elves and their nude women, has become a steam rolling machine wiping out every one, even on Death March settings.

Geralt in his pink Feline Armor, while Avallac'h summons the entire Wild Hunt Army... I do the spawn in game and recorded in the Let's Plays, all step by step instructions are there, so you can see how it's done in case you want to hack your own game to give Geralt travel companions.

Since about Ep 312, Geralt no longer fights battles, instead sending psycho crazy Elf wizard/Wild Hunt general Avallac'h to do his fighting for him, while Avallac'h's ever growing herd of nude women run circles around him worshipping him.

Yes, that's a major spoiler there: Avallac'h is a member of the Wild Hunt, he's King Eredin's second in command, and the general who is in control of the Wild Hunt...he's also the game's final boss battle and thus Avallac'h is also the single most powerful character in the entire game.

Pink armored Geralt, standing around doing nothing, while Axiied Avallac'h commands the Wild Hunt, who circle around him and fight oncoming monsters so Geralt doesn't have to.

Welcome to the madness that is my heavily modded, hacked to hell, Pink Jelly Unicorn Run of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt.

See my Avallac'h CosPlay playlist, to see how far out of control my Avallac'h obsession really got.

Geralt and Lambert trying to count how many naked women are in the tavern with Avallac'h... they lost count somewhere after 20.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Ves and Margarita (also Gaunter O'Dimm) With Avallac'h getting ready to attack who the hell knows what. There are no enemies near by here, and he's suddenly aiming his staff at something. Turned out to be a Nilfgaardian army marching by some mile or two away... we followed him to see where he was going and who he was hunting down this time.
Geralt in his pink boots and hot-pink pants, with Avallac'h and wild nudity Ciri and Fringilla.

And and interesting thing we've discovered is Avallac'h appears to be more or less immortal.

We see in this video clip here, how much damage he can take, when Geralt blows up a monster nest, which for some unknown reason Avallac'h decides to walk onto just then and gets blown up. Avallac'h is knocked back off his feet, bursts into flames, has blood pouring from his side, then magically dowses the flames and gets back up. After a few seconds the blood likewise vanishes from his clothes and he walks off like nothing happened.


Other characters, spawned into the game, when they take a hit like that, it kills them and I have to respawn a new "clone" of them into the game.

Interestingly too, if you try to hit Avallac'h with a sword or with signs, you get an error message saying "you can not attack this target"....Why? Why can't I attack him? He's running around like a madman slaughtering an entire village, and because he's a NPC, I can NOT control him... they only way to stop him is to attack him, and it gives me a damned message telling me attacking him is not allowed?

Only once have I ever been able to successfully attack (and kill) Avallac'h. And I'm not entirely sure how I did it. We was in Corvo Bianco Vineyard (Geralt's house) walking towards the road, when suddenly, a red enemy bar appeared over Avallac'h's head and he lunged at Geralt. While there was a red enemy bar over his head, I was able to fight him, but not easily. As seen when he got hit by the bomb, he repeatedly took HUGE hits, was knocked off his feet each time, then quickly stood back up and when he did, his health bar refilled. In order to kill him, you have to cast Ard to knock him to the ground, quickly cast Igni to set him on fire before he gets back up, then while he's down, do a 2 handed attack with the sword to drive the sword through his chest and pin him to the ground and take down half his health. Then hit him fast several times with the sword over and over and over and over again... QUICKLY. If he tried to get back up, Ard him again. Igni him again, and keep hitting him fast with the sword. He is VERY difficult to kill, as each hit does so little damage, while he is casting heal spells on himself, so that his health is increasing nearly as fast as it is decreasing.

I've only ever successfully been able to kill Avallac'h once, and it was WAY more difficult than even the DJinn boss battle or those stupid glitched out "enemy upscaled" rats. Raise your hand if you've ever played this game and got one hit killed by a level 45 rat! If you've played this game on enemy upscaling, then you know EXACTLY what I'm talking about. Damn those rats! Trying to kill Avallac'h is like taking the Djinn boss, tossing the rats in it and then thinking you'll live long enough to even draw your damned sword. Do you have any idea how many times I fought the Djinn boss?  !!!!! Back to Avallac'h... That's probably because he IS after all, the final boss battle of the entire game and he IS billed as the galaxy's most powerful mage, so it stands to reason that he would be hard to kill.

These game mechanics do however contradict the cutscenes of the game which tell us Avallac'h is physically very weak, describing him with the words: "ancient", "elderly", "crippled", "invilade", and "suffering from serious nerve damage", while also describing him as having difficulty using his hands due to "violently twitching fingers" and wearing a hood when outside because of having "pupils that do not react to light"...both his twitching fingers and dilated/frozen pupils are attributed to nerve damage caused by the toxic poisons Vesimer vivisected into Avallac'h's bloodstream while the Witchers were torturing him during The Trial of Grasses.

Not yet recovered from the Trial of Grasses, Geralt has to frequently stop and wait for the crippled Avallac'h to rest. Seen here, Avallac'h is too exhausted to move forward and has built a fire to rest by, while Geralt sits and listens to the Elf talk about the White Frost which is destroying his home planet:

We see Avallac'h in this scene, speaking in Elvish, then remembering he is talking to a Human and correcting himself, while trying to come up with a Human translation for what he is saying. Avallac'h does not know the Human language well and has trouble communicating with Humans. Because of his difficulty in speaking the Human language, Avallac'h remains silent through most of the game, rarely speaking. When given the opportunity to talk though, he becomes a chatterbox and chatters happily about whatever thing it is he focused on. Avallac'h is also a portrait artist and painter, and loves Elven history. Get him talking on these things and you can't get him to shut up...even when Ciri tells him to shut up, he just ignores her and keeps on talking.

We do, however, see in both the game play and the cut scenes, that Avallac'h is able to cast barrier/protection spells. In the final boss battle we see him cast a massive glowing blue orb around the entire mountain. In game play we see him casting this same glowing orb around himself during battle, which is WHY he takes so little hit damage when attacked.

Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Corinne Tilly, Keira Mertz, and Margarita ... also here... Gaunter O'Dimm, Lambert, and The Battle Pheasants.
Geralt shopping, while Avallac'h and nude Fringilla wait by the door.
Geralt's Axiied minions following him: Avallac'h, Wild Nudity Ciri & Margarita, Lambert, Zoltan, Gaunter O'Dimm, and a Panther.
Like Doctor Who, Avallac'h possesses the ability to travel through time and space. He uses portals to jump from planet to planet, galaxy to galaxy, or just from one room of the house to another. He doesn't always get his calculations right and often ends up in the wrong time or place. Avallac'h is seen here teaching Geralt how to travel from one planet to another, and is warning Geralt of his frequent miscalculations and that they will likely each land on a different planet, with neither planet being the one they are looking for. Avallac'h also appears to possess the ability of Fae Step or Stray Sod: In game play, he frequently runs ahead of Geralt, then stand and wait for Geralt to catch up, waits for Geralt to get ahead, then teleports himself ahead of Geralt once again, in something very similar to Ciri's blinking ability. He also does this in battle, making it nearly impossible for an enemy to land a blow on him, as he's vanishing and reappearing elsewhere, every few seconds.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Keira Mertz. Avallac'h's running off to go kill some Archespores that we didn't know were there because they were no where's nearby to begin with. I haven't yet figured out his range, but damn he sights enemies from halfway across the frigging map. ...also here, The Battle Pheasants.
This picture's just here because it's one of the few times we can clearly see how he puts on his eyeliner... I'm wondering why he wears makeup, as most Elves do not, and he's the only male Elf in the game wearing make up (besides the transvestite Elff). But, he's wearing the eyeliner ABOVE the eyeshadow, in the crease, not at the edge of his eyes. I've never seen anyone wear eyeliner that way before. I'm trying to figure out how to do this for my CosPlay of him, thus why this picture is here, so I can reference it when putting on my own makeup.
Avallac'h obsessing over Ciri. Avallac'h takes obsessive stalking to a terrifying extreme. With his lover Lara Dorren dead, Avallac'h has now spent 200 years, breeding her descendents to "ideal lovers for creating optimal offspring" until eventually creating Ciri, the women he's now insanely obsessed with. In his laboratory in Skellige we find he's built a massive 2 story tall, multi-room shrine to Ciri, and has nude drawings of her scattered all around his house.
Geralt running through Toussaint, while wild nudity Philippa, Ciri, and Fringilla chase Avallac'h. It's rather hysterical the way nude women literally run after him, chasing him through the streets, in this game.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Ciri... Avallac'h has just killed something or someone... who the hell knows what. He ran off ahead and by the time we caught up to him it was already dead. Based on the loot I picked up, I think it was a water hag and drowners... I did not realize Avallac'h was so aggressive until we got him in-game with us. He is so ready to kill everything and everyone that crosses his path.
Geralt casting spells around a bone-fire, with Avallac'h and wild nudity Ciri, Philippa, and Fringilla
Geralt talking with Avallac'h, while nude Ciri, nude Corinne, and The Pink Jelly Unicorn wait.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Ciri, Yennefer, Triss, Fringilla, Phillipa, and Margarita... Geralt walking in on Avallac'h and 6 naked women whom had clothes on when Geralt left them alone with Avallac'h at the beginning of this quest.
Avallac'h running wildly into battle while his nude women follow along. Avallac'h casts signs nearly identical to Geralt's, but much more powerful, frequently using a combined Ard and Igni in battle to set fire to, then disembowel enemies, sending their intestines flying out of their ripped open and burning bellies... he is seen here casting that spell.
The crippled, invilade, Avallac'h stopping to rest. Since the Uma Curse and then The Trial of Grasses, Avallac'h can not travel very far between resting and is frequently bedridden for several days to a time. Avallac'h has a vampire-like ability to absorb other nearby mage's magic powers, which gives him his brief, wild, psychotically deranged, excessively violent bursts of energy in battle. However he can not sustain prolonged fighting and is quickly exhausted only 2 or 3 minutes after starting to fight; this however is usually enough time for him to call down The White Frost, freeze his enemies, then blast them to pieces with an Ard like blast from his staff. Any enemies who survive this are quickly bludgeoned with the staff while simultaneously beheaded with his sword.

Though said to be the galaxy's most powerful mage, with no sorceress or wizard of any species able to come close to matching his abilities, Avallac'h is physically very weak, and in poor health, a result of his advanced age. Most Elves live to 500 years old. His brother King Abueroun lived to 650 before being murdered, and Avallac'h is around 2,000 years old, making him the oldest known living Elf - there are several inconsistencies here... because we are also told Avallac'h is YOUNGER than Auberon, and that Auberon is Lara Dorren's father. We are told that Avallac'h travels through time and space and are left to assume that the Avallac'h we know in the game, is from a far distant future, AFTER the White Frost has destroyed his home planet, and is back here in the past trying to prevent this. (This is the only possible explanation for how he can be BOTH younger then the 650 year old Auberon AND also be 2,000 years old, and well as explains WHY he knows the White Frost will destroy his planet.)

Avallac'h avoids confrontations unless he is positive he can win. Spell casting weakens him, with Avallac'h often collapsing unconscious after casting a large spell. Casting very difficult and powerful spells can leave him bedridden for days even weeks afterwards, at which point he requires someone he trusts to take care of him until he recovers. This job usually falls to his lover Ciri or his favorite prostitute Isilira, and once Yennefer. He can not cast a large spell, then run into a fight. Avallac'h is quick to flee from fights, if he has recently cast a spell. 

While fierce, temperamental, and headstrong in battles he knows he can win, Avallac'h is easily frightened against a foe he thinks can actually injure or kill him. We know Avallac'h has been seriously injured, nearly killed, on multiple occasions, and is now in ill health and crippled because of it. On multiple occasions we see him display PTSD levels of fear when faced with the possibility of having to fight someone who has an upper hand, physically, over him. Such is the case when ee see him briefly, become absolutely terrified of Ciri in the scene with Ge'els and Corinne.

Ge'els doesn't like Avallac'h and is quick to try to pit Ciri against him. In this scene, we see Avallac'h at first very bold in introducing Ge'els to Ciri, Avallac'h displaying quite an alarming level of arrogant dominance over Ge'els, then suddenly become terrified and quickly putting a large space of distance between himself and Ciri, when Ge'els changes the conversation to accuse Avallac'h of raping Ciri and telling her, she should be fighting against her attacker and kidnapper, not helping him.

Avallac'h continues to back away as Ge'els' accusations fly. Avallac'h is clearly very scared of Ciri and is afraid Ge'els' words will turn her on him. As Avallac'h slowly backs his way to the nearest door, we see his eyes darting from Ge'els to Ciri, as he becomes very openly and visibly terrified that Ge'els will convince Ciri to attack and kill him, which is Ge'els intention.

Ge'els trying to get Ciri to turn on Avallac'h. Avallac'h backing away scared... until Ciri lashes out at Ge'els to defend Avallac'h.

However, the tables quickly turn against Ge'els, when, yes, Ciri does in fact lose her temper and lash out... however at Ge'els, not Avallac'h. Ciri starts yelling at the giant 7 foot tall Elf, boldly lunging at him and screaming that she will not turn on Avallac'h, in spite of what he did, openly admitting that he did in fact rape her and she doesn't care, because unlike Ge'els and Eredin, Avallac'h has never hurt her, isn't murdering her friends, has been the only person to risk his life to help her, and almost died trying to save her life from the Red Riders, whom Avallac'h had once been the commanding general of.

It is through this conversation we learn that like Ge'els, Avallac'h once was a ruling nobel of the Aen Elle Elves, with palaces, and was a commanding officer of The Wild Hunt... and now, he is outcast from Aen Elle society, lost his titles, his property, his home, his family, his friends, has lost the respect of the Aen Elle, is living on Earth with Humans, constantly on the run, wandering the galaxy searching for someplace to hide, left with nothing, all because he (one of the purests blooded of all the pure blooded Elves) chose to defend Ciri (a half-Elf) when Eredin tried to have her killed.

With Ciri's open defense of Avallac'h, Ge'els now backs away scared, while Avallac'h moves to stand beside Ciri and his facial expression changes to absolute pure hatred for Ge'els. We see Avallac'h's bi-polar nature as he goes in a matter of seconds from trembling in fear to going full swing psychotically enraged and ready to kill.

Avallac'h glaring daggers at Ge'els who is trying to get Ciri to turn on Avallac'h.

Avallac'h carefully studies every situation, calculating his chances of winning or losing, before jumping into any fight. He's also quick to try to talk his way out of a fight, if he thinks that is an option. Sneaky and backstabbing, prone to telling lies to get his way, Avallac'h will also try to turn people on each other, causing others to unwittingly kill his enemies for him, so he doesn't have to. It was for this trait that the Unicorns began to call him Avallac'h, which means "The Sneaky/Sly Fox". 

Ge'els is quick to tell Geralt in one scene and Ciri in the following scene, that Avallac'h is a known liar, prone to twisting the truth to get others to do what he wants. In the less than 5 minutes we see Ge'els on screen, he calls Avallac'h a liar more then a dozen times.

While unmatched in wits and magic, his advanced age and failing health leave Avallac'h defenceless in physical one on one battles. Thus he relies on outsmarting people, pitting people against each other, and casting over the top powerful spells in order to defeat his opponents. However, casting large, very powerful spells leaves him drained and exhausted. He tends to cast an onslaught of smaller spells one after the other in one on one battles, while backing away and looking for an escape route. When the option to do so opens up, Avallac'h quickly turns and runs, while casting a series of portals to run through. Knowing that his portals frequently malfunction, gives him the escape advantage, as if his attacker follows him into the portal, chances are high each person will exit through a completely different portal. Rarely does he know where the portal will exit however and he often has to be ready to immediately cast another portal, should he land in hostile environments.

If caught, Avallac'h is easily overpowered, knocked off his feet and left open for further attack. Avallac'h is allergic to dimetrium and silver. Weapons made of either metal are deadly to him. If captured, he can easily be restrained by chains and shackles made of dimertrium, which leaves him suffering seizures and drains him of his ability to cast magic. Because he casts both hand signs and verbal spells, in addition to alchemy potions, rune stones, and ritual magic, it requires dimeritium handcuffs and a gag to disable his ability to fight back. Even than he is not totally without defence, as he possess psychic abilities and can still cast limited spells without any potions, rituals, spoken words, or hand gestures, thus knocking him unconscious after binding and gagging him is the only way to completely disable him. It is for this reason Carathir cast the Uma Curse on Avallac'h, as it took away his ability to speak, crippled his hands, and scrambled his brains ability to focus.

When casting spells, he keeps his back to an escape route, usually a door or a portal, and after casting the spell is quick to turn and flee. If cornered after casting a spell, he will throw down his weapons, submit to his attacker, and beg for mercy. We see this in the final boss battle of the base game, when you have the timed 10 second choice to kill Avallac'h or spare his life.

The terrified Avallac'h, backing away from Geralt, during the final boss battle.
Avallac'h refusing to fight, begging for mercy, and throwing his sword at Geralt's feet. (Interestingly, though a member of The Wild Hunt, he is carrying a Scoia'tael sword, not a Wild Hunt sword.)
The frightened Avallac'h trying to talk his way out of a fight with Geralt. Also he just pulled that sword out of his bag, which is only big enough to hold a few coins. He likewise pulls his 6 foot tall staff out of his bag before fights. And he's been seen pulling the phylatory and the sunstone out of his bag as well. Avallac'h travels the galaxy through time and space, and pulls large objects out of his bag that is bigger on the inside - clearly he is a 13th century Time Lord. Also, earlier in the game, Geralt had to fight the Weeping Angels in White Orchard. (yes, the actual BBC Weeping Angels - the producers of the game are Dr Who fans and have admitted in interviews they riddled the game with Dr Who Easter Eggs). With his lust for controlling the universe, perhaps Avallac'h is one of the Master's earlier selves?

Also, after the final boss, Avallac'h vanishes from the game and Gaunter O'Dimm shows up. Likewise a time travellers who can also stop time, also carries a bag bigger on the inside, and also seeks to control the universe. Are we seeing 2 early versions of the Master here? It certainly looks like the Whovian game devs intended that indication.

Geralt's timed 10 second choice for the player to kill Avallac'h or spare his life.

There is an interesting point about Avallac'h calling King Auberon his brother and Carathair his son, because neither statement is entirely true. He is not however lying wen he says either, rather this is a side effect of his never having close contact with Humans, prior to his being captured by the Witchers and subjected to the Trail of Grasses. Though Ciri has lived with him for 21 years, being a half-Elf, she knew Elvish (Elder Speech) and has always spoken to him in Elvish tongue.

While he does communicate with the Humans well, he does so on limited topics. He tends to use what can be described as "elegant words" that sound off in normal conversations. He remains unaware that the words he uses are not common to normal speech and likewise is unaware when he uses the incorrect word, instead of a word he intended to say.

Avallac'h doesn't have a good grasp on Human language and uses many words incorrectly. It appears that King Auberon is not actually his literal brother, though he calls him this. He also calls Carathair his son, then lists someone else as Carathiar's father. He speaks Elvish normally. When talking to Ciri he speaks Elvish and she answers in Elvish. Avallac'h only uses Human languages when talking to Humans, something he rarely does. Because of this we rarely see/hear Avallac'h talking in game. He tends to remain silent, speaking only when addressed, and then with short sentences and using limited words. He remains clueless, unable to follow along with most conversations, with Geralt frequently stopping to tell Avallac'h, in simpler terms he can understand, what is being discussed. When talking with Humans, Avallac'h frequently, not only misuses words, but also uses many Elven words, often leaving the Humas listening to him, clueless as to what he is saying, if they do not know Elvish. Geralt and Ciri are both seen on multiple occasions correcting Avallac'h misuse of Human words.

Geralt is the one who likewise points out to Avallac'h that Auberoun is not his brother and Carathiar not his son. While Avallac'h seems lost as to what word he should have used instead of brother, he goes through multiple words for Carathiar, with Geralt telling him each is wrong and not used correctly, finally Avallac'h goes into a full conversation explaining that he kept slaves in his lab to breed together, spending several generations attempting to breed a race of super beings and in turn created the giant 7 foot tall super soldiers known as The Wild Hunt. (The unnaturally tall Aen Elle Elf Giants like Ge'els, Carathair, and Eredin, are a result of Avallac'h genetic manipulation experiments.)

Avallac'h explains to Geralt that before Ciri (who is also a result of Avallac'h experiments) Carathiar was his prize creation. Carathiar was taken from his parents as an infant and raised by Avallac'h. In the end we learn that Avallac'h, like all mages of the Witcher universe is infertile, but wants children and so keeps slaves to breed with each other, then raises their children like they were his own, thus he considers Carathiar his son and his using the word, son here, more or less correctly, as Carathiar is his adopted son.

Avallac'h to Geralt: "For centuries I... brought together pairs of Elves manifesting certain abilities - those able to manipulate time and space. He is the result of those efforts. Caranthir, a golden child... turned criminal."
Tiny bantam, Wild Hunt general, Avallac'h with his 7 foot tall son Caranthir and wild nudity Ciri, Triss, and Yen. Most Aen Elle Elves are over 6 feet, many over 7 feet. King Eredin, and his other 3 generals (Imlerith, Caranthir, and Ge'els) are giants, all over 7 feet tall.
Avallac'h is the shortest male in the game, who is not a Dwarf, Halfling, or Gnome. We know Geralt is said to be short, standing only at only 5 foot 10 inches, shorter than the average man. Most men in the games (all 3 games) are thus taller then Geralt. Avallac'h is barely over Geralt's shoulder making Avallac'h only around 5 foot 6 or 5 foot 7 inches.... you can see the height difference between Geralt and Avallac'h here.

Carathiar, however turned on Ciri, whom Avallac'h loves above all else, (or rather he loves Lara Dorren who is dead and Ciri looks like her) and we seen Avallac'h emotionally distraught over having to turn on Carathiar to protect Ciri. In the final boss battle, Geralt is sent against the 3 leaders of the Wild Hunt: first Carathiar, then King Eredin, then Avallac'h. The battle against Carathiar starts with Avallac'h telling Ciri to not hurt Carathir and only break his staff to break his spell. She says she will break his staff then take his head. During the fight, Ciri breaks the staff, and soon as she does, she then vanishes before she can kill Carathiar - Avallac'h teleported her away. Geralt arrives then and critically wounds Carathiar, but before he can strike a final death blow, the ice he is standing on vanishes, teleported away by Avallac'h, sending him plummeting into the ocean. This should have allowed Carathiar to escape the final boss battle, except Carathiar tries to take advantage of this to kill Geralt, but is wearing heavy armor and quickly sinks to his death. While Avallac'h would not allow Ciri or Geralt to kill Carathiar, Avallac'h does nothing to save Carathiar from drowning.

The Lara Dorren story is also one of contradictions, as we are told in one legend that she was killed by Humans, yet in one of the books Geralt finds in game, a Human historian claims she was killed by an enraged rival lover, Crevan Espane aep Caomhan Macha (who changed his name to Avallac'h after Lara Dorren's death) who was angry that Lara Dorren broke of their own wedding to marry a Human.

There is no scene where any one ever asks Avallac'h about this. His obsession with her definitely is extreme, and we do see him lose his temper and become violent enough times to believe it certainly is possible he lost his temper and killed her in a fit of rage.

Most characters in game, tend to believe that Lara Dorren was burned at the stake by Human Witch Hunters (as she was both a non-Human and a sorceress.)

Officially, according to the author, Andrzej Sapkowski, who created these characters, THIS is what happened: 

"The queen replied: 'Ask not me for mercy, but those whom you wronged with your magic. You had the courage to commit those deeds, now have courage when your pursuers and justice are close at hand. It is not in my power to pardon your sins.' Then the witch hissed like a cat and her sinister eyes flashed. 'My end is nigh,' she shrieked, 'but yours is too, O Queen. You shall remember Lara Dorren and her curse in the hour of your dreadful death. And know this: my curse will hound your descendants unto the tenth generation.' Seeing, however, that a doughty heart was beating in the queen's breast, the evil elven witch ceased to malign her, or try to frighten her with the curse, but began instead to whine for help and mercy like a bitch dog… The Tale of Lara Dorren, as told by the humans"

"… but her begging softened not the stony hearts of the Dh'oine, the merciless, cruel humans. So when Lara, now not begging for mercy for herself, but for her unborn child, caught hold of the carriage door, on the order of the queen the thuggish executioner struck with a sword and hacked off her fingers. And when a severe frost descended in the night, Lara breathed her last on the forested hilltop, giving birth to a tiny daughter, whom she protected with the remains of the warmth still flickering in her. And though she was surrounded by the blizzard, the night and the winter, spring suddenly bloomed on the hilltop and feainnewedd flowers blossomed. Even today do those flowers bloom in only two places: in Dol Blathanna and on the hilltop where Lara Dorren aep Shiadhal perished. The Tale of Lara Dorren, as told by the elves"

Riannon was the orphaned daughter of Lara Dorren and Cregennan of Lod, and thus the 4th great-grandmother of Ciri. Cerro, the queen of Redania at the time, adopted her soon after her birth and named her. At the age of seventeen, Riannon married Goidemar, the king of Temeria.

During the Falka rebellion, the pregnant Riannon was imprisoned and gave birth to twins, Fiona and Amavet, and then went mad. That did not stop Falka from giving her own newborn daughter to the prisoner to nurse, though. When the rebellion was quelled, Riannon returned to her husband, with three children in tow. Due to her insanity, Riannon was unable to tell which one of the children was not hers.

She died at the age of 38.

Cregennan (also Cragen) of Lod was a mighty human sorcerer, most famous for falling in love with an elf, Lara Dorren, and for being murdered for it by humans. Their daughter, Riannon, was adopted by Cerro, the queen of Redania. Cregennan was one of the ancestors of Ciri.

The Aen Elle considered his relationship with Lara a theft of their heritage, and the king of the Aen Elle, Auberon Muircetach was determined to take back that stolen heritage, by using Cregennan's descendent, Ciri, to produce an heir.

Auberon Muircetach, King of the Alders, was the king of the Aen Elle elves, an Aen Saevherne, and ruler of Tir ná Lia. He was determined to "take back" what had been stolen from the Aen Elle by Cregennan when he took Lara Dorren, Auberon's daughter. To do this, he had Ciri, a descendant of the two lovers, brought to him and groomed to produce an heir. He was not brutal, but nor would he be dissuaded from his goal.

He died before he was able to impregnate Ciri; killed, possibly unwittingly, though likely not, from an overdose of an aphrodisiac or performance enhancer at the age of over 650 years supplied by Eredin Bréacc Glas, who viewed himself as a more suitable ruler.

It turned out not only Geralt was looking for Cirilla. Also on her trail — a mysterious elven mage. Like the witcher, he had gone to Keira Metz to inquire after Ciri's whereabouts. During this conversation he also revealed that he kept a hideout in the ruins near the village of Midcopse.

Geralt decided to follow up on this lead. Though he was not able to establish the mysterious mage's identity, he did learn that he had been traveling with Cirilla some time before and the Wild Hunt was after him as well.

Geralt's investigation in Skellige unearthed evidence that the mysterious elven mage had protected Ciri from certain death at the hands of the Wild Hunt's warriors.

Skjall's words drew a new detail onto the emerging picture of the mage. After the Wild Hunt's attack, Skjall had seen Ciri and a mysterious elf sail away from Skellige, their course set for the high seas.

Crevan Espane aep Caomhan Macha, also known as Avallac'h, was an elf and Aen Saevherne who had the ability of traveling between the worlds of the Aen Elle and Aen Seidhe. He met Geralt and told the witcher about a prophecy connected with Ciri. He was nicknamed 'Fox' by the unicorns.

Lara Dorren originally intended to marry him, before she fell in love with Cregennan of Lod.

He was the one who brought Ciri to the Aen Elle king Auberon, promising Ciri that she would be allowed to return to her world, if she conceived a child with the king. Eredin however claimed that Avallac'h was lying.

When Geralt encountered a misshapen midget at the Bloody Baron's court, he didn't think much of it. Yet when he heard a similarly deformed being has washed up on Skellige's shores in the same boat in which Ciri and her mysterious companion had sailed off shortly prior, he connected the two at once. It was clear this rough-hewn hunk of flesh was the key to finding Cirilla.

Sadly, there was no communicating with Uma. The gnarled twiglet lived in his own miniature world. Yet Geralt knew Uma was the key to finding Ciri. Even if no pertinent information was forthcoming from the creature's stunted lips, surely further investigation would squeeze some solution out of this riddle.

Geralt didn't know exactly what the deformed being that had sailed to Skellige in Ciri's boat was. He had no doubt, however, that it was somehow tied to her fate - and just might be the key to finding her.

It turned out the diminutive freak had spent sometime in the possession of Donar, jarl of Hindarsfjall. Later Donar sold him to a Novigrad merchant who thought he was perfect material for a top-notch jester.

Based on Skjall's detailed description, Geralt was able to recognize the creature at the Baron's castle as the very same deformed midge Skjall saw on Hindarsfjall.

Sadly, it was impossible to communicate with this "Uma" (as the creature had come to be called). he seemed to dwell in a world all his own. Yet Geralt knew Uma held the key to finding Ciri. Even if no pertinent information was forthcoming from the creature's lips, surely further investigation would squeeze some solution out of this riddle.

Though Yennefer and Vesemir agreed Uma was suffering from a powerful curse, they could not reach a concensus about how to go about lifting it. Sharp words were exchanged before Vesemir stepped in and announced that before Yennefer did anything he would try one of the traditional witcher methods.

All that was left to the others was to wait.

Though Vesemir's method had worked to disenchant the famous Swan of Poviss, it brought no breakthrough here. Vesemir did, however, succeed in confirming that Uma's body was a sort of magic prison in which some other being was trapped.

Yennefer's method did not prognosticate a high chance for Uma's survival - yet was now the only remaining option for lifting the curse.

The ritual succeeded beyond their wildest expectations. The person cursed inside Uma turned out to be none other than Avallac'h, a powerful elven Sage the witcher had met before.

The being trapped within Uma's tortured husk turned out to be Avallac'h — a powerful Sage of the Aen Elle elves. Geralt had made his acquaintance years before. Already during these prior encounters Avallac'h had displayed an intense and frankly, rather unnerving interest in the Elder Blood and its bearer, Ciri. His exact motives were unclear at the time, and he had made no particular effort to explain them to Geralt.

Geralt likewise had no idea what bound Ciri and the elf now. There was no doubt Avallac'h had helped her, had saved her numerous times from the Wild Hunt — but why? Alas, the Sage, quivering on a razor's edge between life and death, offered no answers to Geralt's burning questions.

He did, however, muster enough strength to utter a crucial piece of information — Ciri's location.

When Geralt got a chance to talk to Ciri about Avallac'h, he learned that the Sage had been her tutor and mentor for some time. They were bound by a common enemy. Avallac'h had been the chief advisor to the previous ruler of the Aen Elle, whose demise had precipitated a conflict between Avallac'h and the successor, Eredin. The Sage had thus made it his mission to protect Ciri from his new king's malicious designs, whatever the cost.

Ciri made it clear to Geralt that she trusted the Sage. He had saved her life on numerous occasions – including when, feeling the onset of the curse that would transform him into Uma, he resolved to hide her from the Wild Hunt on the Isle of Mists.

Avallac'h played a key role in staving off defeat during the defense of Kaer Morhen. After the battle, he advised the witcher that ultimate victory over Eredin and his ghastly cavalcade would only be possible with magic assistance. That meant Geralt would have to once again pact with members of the infamous Lodge of Sorceresses...

Seizing the calm before the storm, Avallac'h tried once more to teach Ciri to control her incredible talent. He soon found that Ciri was as stubborn a pupil as she was gifted - something that Geralt had discovered for himself much earlier.

Drawing on his knowledge of internal Aen Elle politics and the strengths and weaknesses of the Wild Hunt's commanders, Avallach [sic] crafted a plan to eliminate one of Eredin's most powerful allies - his master of manipulation, Ge'els.

In order to accomplish this, Avallac'h was willing to do anything - even risk a dangerous journey to Tir ná Lia.

Geralt's trip to Avallac'h's laboratory confirmed that the Sage was interested in Ciri and her genealogy.

The elf they stumbled across in Avallac'h's laboratory claimed his interest in Ciri was purely pragmatic and that he secretly loathed her for the human blood in her veins. Was Avallac'h truly so two-faced - or was the mysterious she-elf merely twisting his words to hurt Ciri?

Avallac'h remained shockingly unperturbed when he heard Geralt and his companions had visited his secret laboratory. He openly admitted that he was interested in Lara's bloodline and in protecting her descendants.

When they brought up the she-elf they came across in his lab, Avallac'h reacted with mild amusement, as if that particular subject was not worth treating seriously.

Avallac'h played an active role in the war council preceding the luring of the Wild Hunt into their trap. During these discussions he and Ciri briefly got into a heated argument because Avallac'h firmly insisted she not engage directly in the coming conflict.

Eredin's last words sowed seeds of doubt in Geralt's heart, and Ciri and Avallac'h's sudden disappearance led them to spring into thorny shoots. Everything seemed to indicate that the Sage had been pursuing a hidden goal the whole time – to open the gates between worlds.

So, there you go, the official answer direct from the author and creator of the characters himself.

Avallac'h is a VERY minor character, appearing only briefly on a few pages in 2 of the 7 Witcher novels, and appearing only in one of the 3 games, and then only in 10 of the more then 500 quests...

  • Ugly Baby
  • Va Fail, Elaine
  • The Isle of Mists
  • The Battle of Kaer Morhen
  • Blood on the Battlefield
  • Through Time and Space
  • Battle Preparations
  • Child of the Elder Blood (this quest is bugged out, you can't complete it without the bug fix mod)
  • On Thin Ice
  • Tedd Deireadh, The Final Age (the final boss battle)

Interestingly, we are told, dozens of times, again, and again, and again, and again, at every turn, that mages, wizards, witches, witchers, and sorceresses are infertile, a side effect of their magical training. We are left to wonder how is it that Lara Dorren, a powerful sorceress, gave birth to a baby, a few moments before her death.

We also see, that it was Auberon not Avallac'h who is obsessed with Ciri, while Avallac'h is obsessed with Lara Dorren. We also know from conversations with Avallac'h that his lab experiments on Ciri and her ancestors was something he did while Auberon was alive, and that Avallac'h gave up this work after Auberon's death, thus why his laboratory has since been turned into a home for his favorite prostitute Isilira.

Also, interesting fact... Isilira is the ONLY female in the game, whom Avallac'h does not strip naked by teleporting her clothes away. Isilira is also the only person Avallac'h opens up to and confides in, she being the only person he is fully comfortable talking with. And while no exact date is given, multiple conversations indicate that Isilira personally knew Lara Dorren, was likely her best friend, and has lived with Avallac'h since Lara Dorren's death, as they both deeply mourn her loss. (Meaning Avallac'h and Isilira have lived together for approximately 200 years.)

It appears that while Avallac'h does deeply care for Isilira, taking care of her, protecting her, and letting her live with him, he is not in love with her, seeing her instead as a best friend and mistress.

Isilira on the other hand is very clearly, madly in love with Avallac'h, considers herself to be his wife, and is insanely jealous of the attention he gives Ciri.

When asked directly by Geralt, who the she-Elf is and what his feelings are towards the two women (Ciri and Isilira), Avallac'h laughs then says "You don't really expect me to admit my feelings to you, do you?" then quickly changes the subject.

While Isilira was aware of Avallac'h's affair with Ciri (because he told her about it) Avallac'h actively made attempts to keep Ciri from finding out about Isilira. The infamous scene of Ciri trashing Avallac'h lab, happens when Ciri finds Isilira in Avallac'h's bed and goes into a jealous rage.

Avallac'h with all 5 of his (canon to the books and games) lovers. In this picture in order: Ciri (half-Elf/Elder Blood), Corinne Tilly (Human/Sorceress), Avallac'h (High Elf/Aen Saevherne Aen Elle Elf), Geralt (Wolf-blooded Mutant), Isilira (Aen Elle Elf), Margarita (Human/Sorceress), Tulip (Aen Elle Elf).
Isilira surveying the carnage of the Human Avallac'h just massacred and wondering, "Why the fuck am I travelling with my psychopathic husband, and why the hell is he dragging Ge'el's Tulip around with us?" While Avallac'h runs off to find more Humans to kill and Geralt wonders: "Why didn't Tulip's panties vanish when the rest of her clothes did?"
Avallac'h's wife Isilira, his girlfriend Ciri, and his nude model Tulip, all meet. Geralt: "Tulip, what's wrong? Why are you hiding behind Avallac'h? Ohhh... Ciri, when'd you get here?"
Geralt wondering: "Where the fuck did Avallac'h run off to, who the hell is he killing this time, why did he leave me alone with his women, doesn't he know they're ready to kill each other, I don't want to break up the fight, and why is his wife eavesdropping on me? Damn crazy Elves!"
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Vanilla Keira Mertz and Ciri at Dandelions Rosemary & Thyme Brothel. Avallac'h has left the group to head upstairs to his 3rd floor Ruby Room... this is the brothel he lives at when he stays in Novigrad.
Avallac'h stipping women in Toussaint
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Ciri...also here, Zoltan, Lambert, White Wolf, and The Battle Pheasants.
An Elven Mage risks walking through the streets of Novigrad, past mage hunters and Elves burning on pries... no one notices because they are too busy looking at the hoard of naked women walking along with him.
Avallac'h now lives with Geralt at his vineyard. Yennefer can be seen in the background running naked through the garden.
Geralt's Axiied Sex Slave Avallac'h with Wild Nudity Triss, Keira Mertz, and Margarita... also here, The Bloody Baron

More pictures are coming... I have over 10,000 screenshots from my game play saved on my computer, it takes time to sift through them, find the ones I want, then upload them here.

To do all of this you need an account with Nexus mods https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3 and own a PC Edition of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt with modding capabilities (you can not do this on XBox or PlayStation).

As of April 18, 2018, I am using the following Nexus mods:

  1. dlc_kontusz (allows you to buy Avallac'h's, Ge'els, Regis, and Olgrad's cloths from merchants)
  2. ICL_Ultimate
  3. AHDCarryWeightLevelUpBonus
  4. AlwaysDismember
  5. ANTR_WolfMedallion
  6. BackgroundGirlsNudes04
  7. BetterTrophies2_0
  8. BlackShirt
  9. BootStrap
  10. CatSenses
  11. Chicken (adds tin foil hats to chickens)
  12. CompatFerasRoachGear
  13. DyesEverywhereAndDyeableStartingArmor
  14. EnhancedHerbalism
  15. EvenMoreGwintMoneyRewardsAcorns250v2
  16. Fera_Roach05_03ThunderCharger
  17. FixLabMusic (REQUIRED for the trashing Avallac'h's lab quest - which is bugged out in vanilla game; you CAN NOT get the Ciri as Empress ending WITHOUT this bug fix mod! As you CAN NOT get Ciri as Empress ending WITHOUT trashing Avallac'h's lab.)
  18. GeraltNewStylishHairWithEaring
  19. GiveMeACard
  20. HoSBurningMarkWithEmbers
  21. ImprovedSignEffects
  22. KNGCharmingFlute/FlutistoOfBlaviken
  23. KNGEredinsLostAmulet
  24. KNGFishingRod
  25. KNGGeraltMeteor
  26. KNGMagicCrystal
  27. KNGWisp
  28. ManeAndTailFix
  29. MapQuestObjectivesFull
  30. MoreMoneyForTraders
  31. MoreQuickSlots
  32. NoFallingDamage
  33. NoLevelRestrictions
  34. NudeAllGirls (incompatible with alternate clothing DLCs - turn them off for this to work)
  35. QuenAlternateColorsBlue
  36. RandomEncounters
  37. ReducedStaminaCost
  38. REDUndvik
  39. SEC
  40. SensibleMapBoarders
  41. SetTheLevelOfGuards
  42. SharedImports
  43. SilverSwords
  44. SmartMagicLamp
  45. SpawnCompanions (REQUIRED to bring travel companions, like Avallac'h into regular game play)
  46. Statue-v2
  47. VampEyes
  48. WhiteWolfFromRivia

Until the GoG 1.31 GoTY patch Update, I was also using these modes:

  1. TDMHCv2.3 (I used The Daily Monster Hunt Challenge for most of the first 200 episodes of the game, back when I was playin GoG 1.30 GoTY. However the mod stopped working after the GoG 1.31 GoTY patch update. 
  2. WildNudity NOTE: As of the GoG 1.31GoTY update Wild Nudity is no longer available. You need version 1.22 or older. I've replaced it with the "NudeAllGirls" mod, which is currently the only replacement that works on GoG edition of 1.31 GoTY. (I'm playing Witcher 3 Wild Hunt on the GoG 1.31 GoTY PC Ultra)

These mods were used for specific quests and were added during the quest and removed afterwards:

  1. BuyRareMutagens was used to get Succubus and Doppler Mutagen, because my pacifist Geralt refuses to kill Succubi and Doppelgangers.
  2. RedandWhiteRecolor was used for my first time playthrough of the Isle of Mists Quests, thus my Ciri looked different in that playthrough. This is incompatible with ALL nudity mods.

Remember, to get screen shots like the ones seen on this page, you need the following 2 mods:

  1. SpawnCompanions (REQUIRED to bring travel companions, like Avallac'h into regular game play) https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3/mods/2459
  2. NudeAllGirls (incompatible with alternate clothing DLCs - turn them off for this to work) https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3/mods/1776

To do all of this you need an account with Nexus mods https://www.nexusmods.com/witcher3 and own a PC Edition of Witcher 3 Wild Hunt with modding capabilities (you can not do this on XBox or PlayStation).




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