I found the lighthouse with the viwern!
Searching for Angry Joe's video. He entered from below, looted it up and then fought on the tower's top died once and... Well, I did it like a pro and beast got down for the first try... but I could not loot it!
So beast rains down on me, I evade and slip on the rock. Fall down several metes, land on a small rock (how can he stand up on that... what is he standing on???) with close to half a centimeter health left. And it comes ah sh.t it comes, I evade further, find a spot where I can actually fit, it lands I end up in the water. Hack 3 or 4 times the wretched reptile. It is after me, ah no, it is after me into the water. I swim away... Ah... I still have the crosbow... I still and I shoot it. Have lots of breath. This guy not following me. So I killed it in the hot tub and have to do it again. Incredibly funny...
Witcher is the game where I have to decide fates and whatever I do the next step I will realize that I did the wrong thing. 2 mis steps and I acknowledged whatever I do it is the bad thing, there is no good choice. Like killing that thing under the tree and meeting the 3 ladies afterwards I wondered if I let the spirit roam free. Whatever I do I f...k up. Either way.
The creatures, the "gods", the spirits are cruel, in a way righteous, I would not leave it fall into Nilfgardian hands no matter how distorted this place is, I don't want to make out with the church of Eternal fire, although they aren't worse or better by any chance.
This atmosphere is about the myth, the 10000+2 myths about the lands that I turned out to fell in love with. It has it's own logic defying sense and a pre-apocaliptic (medieval way) extreme recession feeling to it. And Geralt takes all with a calm. He does not seem to get tired out of it.
Tons of fun!