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#1 Posted by Richard96 (5748 posts) - - Show Bio

Geralt bested both of them in a 1 vs 1, but can he face them at the same time?

Geralt has standard gear and he is game version. The fight is on neutral ground.

BONUS ROUND: The team gets also a fully healed Caranthir. If Geralt fails, he gets Ciri’s help.

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#2 Posted by Richard96 (5748 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump.

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#3 Posted by KingCrimson (5576 posts) - - Show Bio

Geralt gets stomped.

Imlerith almost smoked him solo - with Eredin’s help they make short work of him.

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#4 Posted by reaverlation (25869 posts) - - Show Bio

Geralt gets stomped.

Imlerith almost smoked him solo - with Eredin’s help they make short work of him.

Would you think Geralt would do better after his fight with Dettlaff, someone who'd kill Eredin and Imlerith with no effort?

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#5 Posted by KingCrimson (5576 posts) - - Show Bio

@reaverlation: Not sure that’s entirely true. On what basis would Detlaff stomp them both with no effort? He’s faster than them, but they have teleportation to counter that and he doesn’t abuse his mist form in direct combat. If anything, the Wild Hunt should be above Deflaff IMO.

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@reaverlation: Not sure that’s entirely true. On what basis would Detlaff stomp them both with no effort? He’s faster than them, but they have teleportation to counter that and he doesn’t abuse his mist form in direct combat. If anything, the Wild Hunt should be above Deflaff IMO.

That Dettlaff is better than them in every category. In strength, no one in the Wild Hunt is on his level since lesser vampires like Garkins are more powerful than Fiends and Dettlaff is superior to the lesser and higher vampires. Or that they can't match his raw speed like when Dettlaff took the second knight Ramon De Lac, from a dinner table full of guests, so fast that nobody even saw what happened. The fact that despite Geralt having already fought the generals of the Wild Hunt, he would've lost to Dettlaff in their first fight if it weren't for Regis interfering. Dettlaff is clearly shown to be Geralt's toughest opponent and most powerful beside maybe Vilgefortz. Dettlaff has everything over the Wild Hunt

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#7 Posted by Richard96 (5748 posts) - - Show Bio

@kingcrimson:

“If anything, the Wild Hunt should be above Deflaff IMO.”

Geralt beat both Imlerith and Eredin, but he would have been killed by detlaff if not for Regis. I guess detlaff is above the wild hunt.

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#8 Posted by lubub55 (12906 posts) - - Show Bio

No.

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#9 Posted by KingCrimson (5576 posts) - - Show Bio

@richard96:

Geralt beat both Imlerith and Eredin, but he would have been killed by detlaff if not for Regis. I guess detlaff is above the wild hunt.

That's ABC logic. Geralt also beat Detlaff fair and square in their second bout, and with seemingly less effort than he beat Imlerith with. All of these guys are so close together in overall "power" that losing one fight doesn't automatically mean character A > B, IMO.

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That Dettlaff is better than them in every category. In strength, no one in the Wild Hunt is on his level since lesser vampires like Garkins are more powerful than Fiends and Dettlaff is superior to the lesser and higher vampires.

How does any of that scale to the Wild Hunt?

Or that they can't match his raw speed like when Dettlaff took the second knight Ramon De Lac, from a dinner table full of guests, so fast that nobody even saw what happened.

They kept up with Geralt just fine, who in turn handled Detlaff's speed. Plus, they have the teleportation to fall back on.

The fact that despite Geralt having already fought the generals of the Wild Hunt, he would've lost to Dettlaff in their first fight if it weren't for Regis interfering.

He also beat him solo in their second fight.

Dettlaff is clearly shown to be Geralt's toughest opponent and most powerful beside maybe Vilgefortz. Dettlaff has everything over the Wild Hunt

None of that translates to him soloing both Eredin and Imlerith with no effort.

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#10 Posted by Richard96 (5748 posts) - - Show Bio

@kingcrimson:

“That's ABC logic. Geralt also beat Detlaff fair and square in their second bout, and with seemingly less effort than he beat Imlerith with. All of these guys are so close together in overall "power" that losing one fight doesn't automatically mean character A > B, IMO.”

Damn, better I don’t continue this debate cause I haven’t still finished Blood and Wine...

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#12 Edited by Helloman (29886 posts) - - Show Bio

The team wins both rounds.

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#13 Posted by reaverlation (25869 posts) - - Show Bio

@richard96:

Geralt beat both Imlerith and Eredin, but he would have been killed by detlaff if not for Regis. I guess detlaff is above the wild hunt.

That's ABC logic. Geralt also beat Detlaff fair and square in their second bout, and with seemingly less effort than he beat Imlerith with. All of these guys are so close together in overall "power" that losing one fight doesn't automatically mean character A > B, IMO.

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That Dettlaff is better than them in every category. In strength, no one in the Wild Hunt is on his level since lesser vampires like Garkins are more powerful than Fiends and Dettlaff is superior to the lesser and higher vampires.

How does any of that scale to the Wild Hunt?

Or that they can't match his raw speed like when Dettlaff took the second knight Ramon De Lac, from a dinner table full of guests, so fast that nobody even saw what happened.

They kept up with Geralt just fine, who in turn handled Detlaff's speed. Plus, they have the teleportation to fall back on.

The fact that despite Geralt having already fought the generals of the Wild Hunt, he would've lost to Dettlaff in their first fight if it weren't for Regis interfering.

He also beat him solo in their second fight.

Dettlaff is clearly shown to be Geralt's toughest opponent and most powerful beside maybe Vilgefortz. Dettlaff has everything over the Wild Hunt

None of that translates to him soloing both Eredin and Imlerith with no effort.

Cause nobody in the Wild Hunt is as strong as a Fiend let alone Dettlaff who eclipses them in strength

Just stop. Despite Geralt beating the generals and dealing with various teleportation, skill sets and physicality of Wild Hunt members, that experience wasn't enough when he encountered Dettlaff for the first time since Geralt would've lost if it weren't for Regis interferring

He didn't beat him solo. Regis again was there but this is after Geralt has experience fighting Dettlaff from earlier.

Yes it does since Dettlaff is in a different league and would like to see anything to make them a threat as serious as Dettlaff is. Hell even when Geralt fought Oriana, despite having experience with all of this, Geralt again had trouble fighting her. Dettlaff has every advantage over either generals of the Wild Hunt

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