The Devil Dextrously Delivers Death through Dinnerware
I literally just started playing this expansion today. Good fvcking timing on these pics. Gaunter o'Dimm is the man shoving the spoon. He is the antagonist of this dlc. A man who refers to himself as the man of glass, a merchant with powers like appearing whenever he wants, controlling weather, controlling time. He is referred to as a demon who revels in meddling in the affairs of mortals. When he offers help to a mortal his ultimate goal will be to destroy them. He offered Geralt (the main character in Witcher 3) help when he was imprisoned and Geralt has to fight for his freedom in this action packed dlc! If you don't own witcher 3 you are missing out on one of the best games you will ever play in your life.
@VibratingButtChomper, gaunter is probably in my top 10 most hated antagonists. I fvcking hated him so much.
It looks like he wanted to... spoon him
@jouze, I'm not sorry
@jouze, *multiple gunshots*
The Witcher 3 is probably the best experience I've had in gaming. The story is absolutely incredible, well written, well acted, and fun to play through. The graphics are gorgeous, I had times where I would be walking through Skellige and just stop to take in the sights. I was constantly blown away by the cinematics and choices so seemless that you didn't know what would happen. I love this expansion as well, it brought the punches and delivered on this already mind blowing game. Can't wait for Blood and Wine!
As a side note, the one on the right is the devil.
@Sybil Reisz, Guanter O'Dimm, Master Mirror. He's a gifted man who brings gifts galore.
@Sybil Reisz, Just looked up your username. Really want to play Transistor now.
@SimonPetrikov, it's a fantastic game, and I'd say it has a decent amount of replayability as well.
Damn I forgot what I was thinking. What was I doing again?
@ThePooper, dammit! I was just about to refute Einstein's theory of relativity...
When that butterfly goes past and y...
These guys look like they are from both GTA and skyrim
@addibruh, it's from the Witcher 3 DLC: Hearts of Stonr
@Weirdopup, ah makes sense