| ||Naїvety is a fool's blessing.|| |
| - Ge'els in Gwent: The Witcher Card Game|
Ge'els is an Elf of the Aen Elle, a member of the Dearg Ruadhri and one of Eredin's most trusted lieutenants together with Imlerith and Caranthir. His headquarters is the Palace of Awakening, located in Tir ná Lia.
Unlike the other lieutenants, Ge'els did not actively participate in the hunt. Instead, he was assigned to rule the Aen Elle world in Eredin's stead while the king was leading the Red Riders. While he has great skill in plotting and politics, he was also righteous. In order to weaken Eredin, Avallac'h and Geralt set a course to Tir ná Lia in order to find Ge'els and convince him to break his support from Eredin, by revealing that Eredin murdered King Auberon, whom Ge'els admired.
When they finally arrive, they find Ge'els painting a portrait in his garden of an elven woman. Rather than calling the guards, he hears what Geralt and Avallac'h have to say, and agrees to return with them back to Novigrad. When they arrive, they have Corinne Tilly use her power of dream visions to reveal Eredin's treachery. Once the dream ends, Ge'els advises them to fight Eredin in their own world, and to lure him there using the Sunstone on Skellige. He promises that Eredin will not receive reinforcements, should the king call for them, and Avallac'h assists Ge'els to return to Tir ná Lia.
He also happens to be an amazing Cubist artist with impeccable comic timing.
Journal entry Edit
- Intelligent, composed and endowed with massive charisma, Ge'els enjoyed the respect and trust of the inhabitants of the Aen Elle world as well as that of their previous ruler, Auberon Muircetach.
- For this reason Ge'els not only retained his high-ranking position after Eredin took power, but also became one of the new king's most powerful allies, acting as his viceroy while Eredin traveled at the head of the Wild Hunt.
- Though Ge'els was one of the most influential of the Aen Elle, power had never been among his driving aims. According to Avallac'h, his loyalty and sense of right and wrong constituted a weakness that could be used - possibly to tip the scales of the final battle.
- As predicted, Ge'els acted out of loyalty to his former king and withdrew support for Eredin once he learned the truth about Auberon's death. This momentous act portended important ramifications for the outcome of the coming battle.
- See the GWENT standalone game version card: Ge'els