Since starting the Witcher Project in January 2016 there have been a number of items that were given a priority to build, but were left hanging. The White Orchard was one such item, but due to a delay in delivery of product for the Abbasid project, I could breathe new energy in the Witcher Project and build White Orchard.
White Orchard is a rural village whose name is derived from the white blossoms that fill the fruit trees in the spring season. It is also the scene of many side quests that take place in the Witcher 3 game.
Following the publication of the English translation of The Lady of the Lake by Andrej Sapkowski, readers learn more of the saga of Geralt and his mission to rescue Ciri and Yennefer.
In addition, the famous Battle of Brenna is covered in quite some detail and excellently done from the perspective of participants on both sides.
Noteworthy is the composition and tactics used on both sides which drew strong similarities to a number of historical armies such that I began reassessing the original army lists for both the Northern Kingdoms and Nilfgaard.
The revised lists will be posted at the end of the week.