Tailles of Dorndal
|Tailles of Dorndal|
Tailles in "The Witcher 2"
|Count of Nessvelt|
|Order of the White Rose|
Tailles of Dorndal was a noble-born member of the Order of the White Rose and a protégé of Falwick. He was a young man with pale blue eyes, who was also considered to be Duke Hereward's favourite. Tailles challenged Geralt to a duel, lost, and left with a scar from his own sword.
In the Blood and Wine expansion[edit | edit source]
Tailles appears at the International Knights' Tournament, where he once again challenges the witcher.
Arthur Tailles is a secondary character in the Prologue of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. King Foltest calls him the "erstwhile Count of Nessvelt" and remarks that he had personally signed the man's death sentence, to which Tailles responds that it was the countess La Valette who decided to spare him.
Journal entry[edit | edit source]
- If Geralt chooses to intimidate him:
- Though he would not show it, meeting Tailles was a great surprise to Geralt at that time. They met each other in the past - in rather unpleasant circumstances - and the knight had a scarred face as a reminder of that meeting. Their next meeting also led to blows. Oh the irony. Tailles should wear a helmet while in the witcher's presence.
- If Geralt chooses not to intimidate him:
- Though he would not show it, meeting Tailles was a great surprise to Geralt at that time. They met each other in the past - in rather unpleasant circumstances - and the knight had a scarred face as a reminder of that meeting. This time Tailles got away cleanly, the witcher having confined himself to a few acrid words.
In the Polish Movie and TV series[edit | edit source]
Tailles in the TV-series was faithful to his depiction in the books, in all the scenes taken from canon, following Falwick like a shadow. In addition, he was the one to tell his mentor about Shrike.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Tailles (Rafał Mohr) in The Hexer TV series