Which Witcher Character Are You Based on Your Choices in the Games?

By: Ian Fortey

5 Min Quiz

Image: CD Projekt Red/ CD Projekt

About This Quiz

Andrzej Sapkowski crafted the crazy and detailed world of "The Witcher" back in 1993. The stories only existed in Polish for a very long time but their popularity grew and in time they became the basis for comic books, a film, a Netflix series starring Superman himself and, of course, an epic series of video games. That first game was released only on PC back in 2007 and sold nearly one million copies in a year. "The Wicher II," which finally opened the world of Geralt of Rivia to console gamers, managed to hit a staggering 8 million copies sold. But that was nothing compared to what happened when "The Witcher III" was released. The final game had over 20 million in sales and, bolstered by the popularity of the Netflix series, over 40 million total have been sold across all three games.

The choices you make have long been the most engaging and fun part of how the game works. Your decisions affect the outcome, they make it so that some quests can never be finished and others are only now available to you. Who you let live and who you kill will affect not just the quest you're on, it could very well affect how the next game works. That's the intense storytelling that made these games so popular. And those choices really shape who you are as you play. So who are you? Take the quiz and see!

Do you prefer over the shoulder camera or top-down during gameplay?

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Which game has the best replay value?

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What's your favorite weapon in "The Witcher III?"

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Which fighting style do you like the best from the first game?

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If you were going to choose between these armor sets, which would you go for?

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What "Witcher III" boss do you never want to fight again?

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Is there a type of monster you had more fun fighting than the others?

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How do you feel about the Wild Hunt?

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At the end of "The Witcher," what choice did you make?

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Did you spare or kill Letho?

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Which choice did you make in Loc Muinne back in "The Witcher II?"

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You needed to take a side in "The Witcher II" but whose side did you take?

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Did you bring Annabelle's bones to Graham or bring Graham to Annabelle?

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In "The Witcher III," how did Kiera's quest line play out for you?

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What did you do to the Whispering Hillock's spirit?

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When you have the option of either saving someone or killing them in the games, which do you do more often?

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Geralt is the hero, but do you play him as a nice guy or as an anti-hero?

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Do you follow the path that leads to romance whenever possible or not?

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So did you tell Triss that you love her?

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In "The Witcher II" did you take the diamond from Síle de Tansarville's megascope?

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Did you choose to complete all three assassin's quests in "The Witcher III?"

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Yennefer is at the center of "The Last Wish" quest. How'd that play out for you?

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The "King's Gambit" quest determines who will rule Skellige. What did you do?

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In Act II of "The Witcher III," how did you handle things with Ciri?

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Did Ciri become a Witcher in your play through of "The Witcher III?"

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When you have a decision to make in the game, what factor is going to influence you the most?

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Did you import "Witcher II" data into "Witcher III?"

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Did you ever actually play the first Witcher game on PC?

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Are you more into powering through as many quests as possible or just randomly fighting monsters and getting whatever loot you can?

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What's the highest difficult level you've ever defeated?

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