During his adventures in the southern duchy he fell in love with Carthia van Canten. She introduced herself to him by alias Cantarella, name she was using pretty often when on missions. Latter she abandoned him on Fringilla's order even though he did not know why.
Later on during the tourney as Geralt is sitting with Guillaume de Launfal, Anséis approaches and throws down his iron gauntlet in front of Geralt demanding a satisfaction via chivalric duel. Once Geralt beats the Prince he tries to explain he had good reason to desert. Anséis accepts that by agreeing to the duel Geralt has shown he is a true knight, and so the Prince accepts his word as a man of honour.
In the final Melee challenge of the Tourney Anséis claims command of the team Geralt, Donimir, Tailles and Rainfarn are in. He tells Geralt about having little faith in the witcher's knowledge of knightly combat and asks him to stay out of their way while fighting against Palmerin de Launfal and his men.
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Notes & references Edit
- ↑ Baptism of Fire
- ↑ Tourney scribe's notes
- ↑ Anséis' letter
- ↑ A letter from Prince Ansèis to Carthia van Canten
- ↑ A letter from Fringilla Vigo to Carthia van Canten
- ↑ This occurs only if Geralt's choose knightly name ''of Rivia'' with ''Ravix of Fourhorn'' similar thing awaits him with Count Tailles of Dorndal.