These two mods were the first projects I was working on. I wanted to help the authors to implement their mods fully into The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, so I decided to translate them into Hungarian.
The Devil’s Pit:
Devil’s Pit was the mod that started me on this path of translating. It was my first project. Although, it was not some giant mod or a complete DLC, however, it was something that I enjoyed working on with SkacikPL. Also, I even did the testing for the mod.
Devil’s Pit is a mod for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. The author is a very talented modder. In addition, Skacik restored several cut content from the game. Such as an unimplemented dungeon, a boss fight and two important NPCs.
“Opens the unused Devil’s Pit caverns for exploration along with adding over 21 new items into the base game, 6 interactive objects, 4 new NPCs including a companion and fully featured stealth mechanics.”
The mod even adds Iorveth and Saskia to The Witcher III, while giving some background to them too. Furthermore, this flashes out the their characters and ties them to the current events, while providing an explanation about their fate after the events of The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings.
Shields and Robes:
Shields and Robes was my second project regarding translation of mods.
Shields and Robes is a modification for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. This mod adds usable shields, robes and many more items to the game. Made by ScoutBr0, a talented author. The shields and other trinkets added to the game extends the tools of Geralt, which can be combined with other skills. Therefore, adding new ways to play the game. Most prominently, by allowing Geralt to use a shield.