Juggalo Geralt says hello.
Witcher 3’s new mod tools might leave something to be desired, but that hasn’t stopped modders from injecting the game with a cackling dose of fuckweird. Let’s look at a few of the less... expected mods that have come out in the past week.
This one lets you fuse Geralt’s face with NPCs’ faces. The results are usually upsetting on a primal level. Case in point: Geralt the juggalo up there.
Want to ruin your whole wide witchy world? Try this one:
Spawns a devourer that’s 6 levels above yours. The patient-zero devourer will ignore player for 10 seconds and attack surrounding NPCs, each NPC hit by the patient-zero will turn into a necrophage until user-defined limit of “zombies” is reached. People turned into necrophages will go after other NPCs, turning them into more necrophages. Obviously they won’t forget about the player.
So you’ve committed a crime. Now you’re probably thinking, “All the guards took was my hard-earned money. Haha, suckers. I got caught, but I’m not naked!” Obviously that’s what you’re thinking. This mod fixes that for some reason:
With this simple mod, if you don’t fear losing your uber rare witcher gear you can have a few laughs while seeing Geralt pantless after a beating for trolling the guards and having no cash.
By default, Geralt does, in fact, have a forest of meticulously manscaped chest hair. But he doesn’t have enough of it. This mod gives him a little more chest hair. Not a lot. Just a little.