The Witcher 3: Mira_ladovira's Triss cosplay is sumptuous

The Witcher 3: Mira_ladovira's Triss cosplay is sumptuous

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The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt was released many years ago, but it is still extremely popular today and many are waiting for the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S version. Even the world of cosplay fails to put aside the game characters who are often depicted in their many forms. An example is what mira_ladovira proposed: here is her cosplay of Triss Merigold.

As you can see, moreover, the post on Instagram by mira_ladovira proposes two shots: the second does not depict Triss, but Yennefer, the beloved of Geralt of Rivia, protagonist of the game (and of the novels and of the Netflix TV series). Triss, in particular, has been recreated in the most elegant and sumptuous version of her, namely that of the fateful dance in Aretuza, which readers of the literary saga will know well. mira_ladovira then asks us who, between Triss and Yennefer, we would invite to dance.

If you are a fan of The Witcher, then you shouldn't miss the following cosplay: miss_autumn's Triss cosplay is magical; even the cosplay of Ciri from sayathefox is extremely faithful; how not to mention the Yennefer cosplay signed by rolyat is perfect. Finally, we close with the cosplay of Yennefer signed by Lada Lyumos is incredible.

Changing completely gender, here is the cosplay of Tifa by dovaxregrets is very faithful. Here instead, Grusha's Zelda cosplay is princely. We also admire Lisa's cosplay from anastasia.komori dominating us from above. We close with the cosplay of Tifa of shirogane_sama is shiny.

Tell us, what do you think of Mira_ladovira's Triss cosplay? Witcher 3 Wild Hunt sorceress has been recreated in the best way in your opinion, or do you think you have seen higher versions?

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The Witcher 3 player discovers rare quest after 600 hours

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One The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt player has discovered an incredibly rare quest, that some players haven't seen even after hundreds of hours spend in the game.

Just below, you can see a post on the Witcher subreddit, where a user RogueRequest2 shows off their encounter with a troll. This troll is called Boris, and as he goes on to explain to the player, they're cooking up a special stew of sorts, which Geralt can comment on and further inquire into, before being rewarded with an unknown item.

We can expand upon the background of this quest a little bit. The quest itself is called 'Harassing a Troll,' and it's located in the Velen region of The Witcher 3, far to the north west of the Inn at the Crossroads marker. The reason so few people have probably seen this quest not only because it's at the far reaches of the huge map, but it's also unmarked, not offering the player a small yellow exclamation marker to let them know the quest is there to be discovered.

If you want to go and take on this quest for yourself, you'll know you're nearing the location to interact with Boris the troll when you hear Nekkers attacking something. That something is Boris, who is being besieged by a swarm of the horrid creatures. If you can slay all the Nekkers, Boris will thank you, and talk Geralt about the mysterious stew that he's got cooking up in his massive pot.

We won't spoil the rest of the quest for you, but it's a nice little bit that's gone entirely undiscovered for a significant portion of The Witcher 3 community up until now, more than six years on from the game's original release. Revisiting CD Projekt's huge game to seek out Boris the troll sounds like the perfect place to start when The Witcher 3 eventually arrives on next-gen consoles with an upgrade later this year.

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