Jaskier is throwing up flowers and refuses to tell Geralt who has afflicted him so. As Geralt grapples with Jaskier's impending death, he comes to terms with a few things himself.
“Who’s the unlucky woman?” Geralt asks, stepping into the firelight.
Jaskier starts, dandelions spilling from his hands. He hastily brushes them away. “Gods, Geralt, must you always sneak up on me? This is why you have an image problem, you know. Don’t get me wrong, the whole tall, dark, and murderous vibe is fantastic -- really brings out the color of your eyes -- but the skulking tips you firmly into the realm of, well, somewhat unhinged.”
Geralt only glares at Jaskier, waiting for him to tire himself out, and sets about roasting the fowl.
“Anyway, killing my beloved won’t cure me,” Jaskier continues blithely, “so don’t even think about it. Not all problems can be solved by whacking away at them with those oversized butter knives you carry around.” He settles cross-legged next to the fire with his lute balanced across his knees and strums a few chords.
"You must be the famous Geralt of Rivia. I'm Jaskier, a humble servant. I'd like, if I may, to sing you a song, of course, for a few coins in exchange" the bard seemed nervous as he clumsy played with the buttons on his vest, waiting for the other one's answer.
"Hmm no," Geralt replied without looking at him.
"I can provide other things, pleasurable ones" The young man insisted, seductively licking his lips. This caught the attention of the witcher who leaned slightly, studying him. Without a doubt the bard was beautiful, young and although he seemed not to understand boundaries or personal space he could use his mouth and hands to warm himself up later.
Fandoms: Wiedźmin | The Witcher Series - Andrzej Sapkowski, Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types, Wiedźmin | The Witcher (Video Game), The Witcher (TV)
24 Jan 2020
Destiny comes in many forms. What if Cirilla and Pavetta were not the only cubs of Cintra?
AU. Takes Place approximately three years after Pavetta's betrothal feast.
24 Jan 2020
For the third time that night, Jaskier found himself tossed out into the cold. Heart? Broken. Lute? Out of tune. Hotel? The Fiery Maiden. Or, at least, that's where he was headed, if not for the hungry wolf stalking the poor bard as he made his way back to the nearest town. Turns out, the wolf was no ordinary wolf and Jaskier would never make it back.
Lying half-dead in a forest, bleeding from multiple newly acquired holes in his body, Jaskier thought the only thing that would make this situation worse was if Geralt somehow managed to find him.
Well, speak of the devil.
Jaskier gets bit by a werewolf. He and Geralt are sad.
24 Jan 2020
Just few more hours, not even a whole day and he will finally have his peace back.
The little lark would choose to flutter of to sing somewhere else, leaving him be.
Geralt didn’t need his company.
He needed absolutely no one and it would stay that way.
My version of what happened after the end of the episode, in which Geralt and Jaskier met for the first time. And making assumption about the age Jaskier must have been back then.