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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Yeah, you did read that headline correctly. From the teenage rebel Chloe to her time traveling sidekick Max of Life is Strange, Evie Frye, a blade wielding assassin, Jade the free-running zombie slayer, Fiona and Sasha, two con artists who find the most elusive vault in the galaxy and the hard as nails Lara Croft, to name but a few. Even in games without stories we got the likes of female football players finally being added into the nowhere near as good as PES footballing juggernaut that is FIFA, and Guitar Hero Live having a proper cool bassist in the band The Jephson Hangout. I would say, overall, that it was a pretty ace year for female characters in games. A harbourer of such female characters was the astonishing Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, with its enchanting sorceresses, future queens, beautiful troubadours, incredibly powerful witches, common mothers, spiteful sisters and even just an extremely talented blacksmith caught in the quite small shadow of her male colleague, who eventually shows him up for the fraud that he is. The sole reason the legendary monster slayer is trudging knee deep in bog water and messing about with goats is so he can be reunited with her again. At this particular point in the saga Ciri, currently a lot younger than she is in Wild Hunt, has been captured by a group of bounty hunters due to her valuable powers and heritage, as she collapsed from exhaustion after escaping a desert. She was being held along with Kayleigh, a member of a notorious gang of castaways known as The Rats. Later that night, while Ciri lay in a state of shock, loneliness and probably depression, that crafty bugger Kayleigh came over and tried to have his way with her.
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