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Spoiler ahead.

When you find Serrit in his own blood, critical injured by Sile and have a discusion with him, he mentions that "can't you see? We could have ended the Wild Hunt curse once and for all, stop the Omen of War" or something similar to that. Now, I find this affirmation quite interesting but unfortunately the game doesn't explain more. What does it mean? And most important, how did they intend to do that? Seems like a lie, since Letho admits that all their actions were done at the emperor's command to make the Northen Kingdoms weaker. But is it a lie? Are there any references to this in the game or book that may shed some light on the matter.

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This may not have a real answer until The Witcher 3 comes out. – Raven Dreamer Mar 1 '13 at 15:22
The title itself is a spoiler – Shykin Mar 1 '13 at 22:43
@Shykin how about now? – deutschZuid Mar 1 '13 at 22:49
Think is better, thanks. – Valentin Radu Mar 1 '13 at 22:50
The last book ends with Geralt being pitchforked to (what appears to be) death by a peasant while protecting nonhumans from a pogrom in Rivia (how faintly ironic). The first game starts with Geralt walking around and everybody remarking upon his presence of pulse and absence of pitchfork holes. Events from the books are referenced in dialogues and quests, but I don't remember any instance of the game playing out something that was in the books. – kotekzot Mar 1 '13 at 23:23

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