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Go on. Show me your spins, pirouettes and feints. I want to watch!
~ Eredin provokes Geralt during their battle.
Any last words?
~ Eredin to Crach an Craite.

Eredin Bréacc Glas, or better known as Eredin, is the overarching antagonist of the Witcher franchise, serving as the overarching antagonist of the books and the main antagonist of the video game trilogy.

After murdering his king Auberon Muircetach, Eredin seized the throne and became king of the Aen Elle. With his elite cavalry Dearg Ruadhri  - better known as the Wild Hunt - he was feared among the humans as he travelled between the worlds and kidnapped people to serve as slaves.

After his world faced extinction because of the White Cold, Eredin decided to conquer the world of Geralt. In order to launch a full invasion, however, he needed Ciri and thus started to track her down.

He was voiced by Steven Hartley.

History

This section is too long. Visit here for more details: Eredin's Synopsis on the Villains Wiki.

What Makes Him Pure Evil?

  • Usurped the throne of the Aen Elle elves by betraying and killing Auberon Muircetach.
  • Travelled from one world to another to kidnap humans to turn them into soldiers of the Wild Hunt.
  • Tracked down Ciri to harness her elder blood in order to obtain ultimate power.
  • Killed and slaughtered thousands of people only for standing in his path, also proving to be extremely bloodthirsty.
  • Ultimately proved to be very selfish and uncaring, putting his own benefit upon everyone and everything else.

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