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The developers of The Witcher games said this about Triss Merigold in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Art Book:

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The Witcher: Triss Merigold Cosplay by Kristina Pudavova

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The developers of The Witcher games said this about Triss Merigold in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Art Book:

Triss Merigold is easily one of the most important supporting characters in our series of games, having appeared and played a key role in all three installments. This young but extraordinarily talented sorceress shares a complicated history with Geralt, one that exists somewhere on the spectrum between an on-and-off love affair and a deep, years-long friendship.

Model Kristina Pudavova embodies the look and vibe of Merigold the Fearless perhaps better than anyone we’ve seen:

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The developers of The Witcher games said this about Triss Merigold in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Art Book:

The developers of The Witcher games said this about Triss Merigold in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Art Book:

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