The Order of the White Rose - a knightly order active in Temeria. Many members of the Order, including Falwick, count of Moën, served Hereward, the duke/prince of Ellander. After the Second Northern War, most of the deteriorating order left to found the Order of the Flaming Rose, and from Kreve it became the military arm of the cult of the Eternal Fire.

Members of the Order Edit

Grand Masters:


In Wiedźmin: Gra WyobraźniEdit

In the Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni PnP RPG, the Order is the military arm of the cult of Kreve. There is even well written article from fansite member (Beerbarian), see the external links.

In the Movie and TV series Edit

In The Hexer movie and TV series, Falwick, who, unlike the books, is the

entire Order's leader, is a spy for Nilfgaard whose assignment after Queen Calanthe's death was to locate Ciri and bring her to Emhyr var Emreis, the Emperor of Nilfgaard. The Order also hired Renfri to kill the priestesses and burn the temple of Melitele in Ellander.

In The Witcher (PC)Edit

After Temeria's war with Nilfgaard, the Order of the Flaming Rose was established by a charismatic leader, Jacques de Aldersberg, on the foundations of the deteriorating Order of the White Rose. His aim was to protect the people from monsters and other evils, as well as to promote the belief in the Eternal Fire.

According to the book The Flower and the Flame, Rudolf Valaris was the Grand Master of the Order of the White Rose before Jacques de Aldersberg took his place and brought about change.

Notes & references Edit

  1. From Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni PnP RPG
  2. 2.0 2.1 In-game book Flower and Flame from The Witcher (PC)

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