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In The Witcher 3, there is a quest called The Play’s the Thing where Geralt of Rivia participates in a plan to expose a doppler named Dudu. While the quest is meant to be fun, it can also be challenging to pick the right lines to progress through the story. At the beginning of the quest, you will be given the option to choose between a tragedy or a comedy genre for the play. Regardless of the genre you choose, you will be given the same five lines to memorize during the play. The only difference between the tragedy and comedy options is how the quest ends: selecting a tragedy will lead to a fight. When you are given the script, be sure to pay attention to the lines, as you won’t be able to refer back to it during the game.
All correct play lines in The Play’s the Thing
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As long as you follow all the gameplay lines we’ve written below, then you shouldn’t have any problems with this quest! Even if you mess up any of these lines, Dudu will do his best to show off and complete the performance.
- “To kill the foulest beasts: this is what I was made for, I kill as my calling, not just to get paid.” – cheerful, bold.
- “Perhaps ‘among the guests he hides, in fear?” – intense, alive.
- “It seems that the hearts of men can love changelings!” – cheerful
- “But a heart that is low, like this rascal’s, hurts!” – disgusted.
- “No monster is one whose shape can change.” – ceremonial.
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