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The Witcher (Polish: Wiedźmin), written by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, is a fantasy series of short stories and novels about the witcher Geralt of Rivia. In Sapkowski's books, "Witchers" are monster hunters who (with training and body modification) develop supernatural abilities at a young age to battle deadly monsters. It is also title of game series which continue story of books.

Powers of the Verse

The Witcher verse isn't particualry strong where most of characters are physically around street level. However mages and sorceress possess at least large building level attack potency and at least small city level durability with their magical shields, there are also dozens of monsters- almost all of which are superior to humans, up to around building level.

The Verse is rather slow where fastest characters are Subsonic, however, most of strong, but slower characters possess the ability to teleport.

The sorceress posses also some hax abilities such as artifact compression and powerful illusions.There are also powereful entities called Genies which are able to move moutains and grant wishes, and they are said to be able to destroy cities. Some characters such as Cirilla and Gaunter O'Dimm possess powers much stronger than rest of their verse. There is also powerful anomaly called White Frost wchich is able to destroy multiple worlds.

Supporters and Opponents of the series


Czuczian11 (both novels and games)

Gwynbleiddd (Playing the Witcher 3 and currently reading the Sword of Destiny)








Supernatural enitities


Start a Discussion Discussions about Witcher (Universe)

  • Geralt of Rivia vs Batman (Post-Crisis)

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    • Bump.
    • Batman both rounds, there is no way Geralt can beat Batman when he has his equipment.
  • The Witcher downgrade

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    • I think that the "planet level" should be removed from Ciri's profile. Sure, she stopped the white frost, but the white fr...
    • Even if it's downgrade i think covering entire planet in snow and ice can be somewhat calcluated, and would be definitelly more than witc...