He becomes mist when moving, just like Dettlaff does, but over short distances.
Also I don't know why Ciri doesn't have Space-Time Manipulation. She is... clearly controlling time and space according to, for example this:
"Cirilla is also a highly-skilled witcher, heiress to several thrones, the last bearer of the Elder Blood, a powerful Source endowed with exceptional magic talent and the Lady of Time and Space. Her hair color and date of birth seem... rather incidental now, don't they?"
She can move through and control space and time, that's her ability.
According to The Witcher Universe Compendium (do not confuse this with The World of the Witcher), witchers posses limited Body Control . Quote as follows: „Witchers can also see in darkness and, thanks to the many modifications to their metabolism, are able to 'regulate the speed of their pulse and the flow of adrenaline, giving them unparalleled reflexes and strength'.”"
I agree with the additions.
Also, maybe this can be interesting:
in this clip, Geralt fights an Earth Elemental called Therazane. It either creates or forces up man-height rock walls during the fight, and the man who gives Geralt the contract to kill it thought it was a ghost, causing the doors in the house above to shut, walls to crack, and floors to be forced out of allignment. This is a wealthy client, so the house in question is well-built.Therazane physically struggling against the magical barrier containing it was what was causing the tremors. Could you calc the quake and rock formations, please? If I did not provide sufficient information, consult the Witcher Wiki or YouTube, looking for "Therazane" or "Contract: Doors Slamming Shut".
Not sure about Olgierd getting intangibility; in the clip shown he starts his pseudo-teleportation just before Geralt's parry lands, and he still gets staggered after he rematerializes. An argument can be made that elemental pseudo-teleportations imply intangibility, but in Olgierd's case it seems too limited and unreliable to count as a separate power.
"I think Wyvern decoction better fits Statistics Amplification. Agree with the rest."
Reactive Power Level is literally stat amping with every hit. For example Tanjirou has RPL because he gets faster during fight yeah?
"Not sure about Olgierd getting intangibility; in the clip shown he starts his pseudo-teleportation just before Geralt's parry lands, and he still gets staggered after he rematerializes."
I think it's because: either it strains his body because it's pact with demon or he just feels Geralt's blows afterwards. But I feel like he really turns into mist. I replayed Hearts of Stone (btw it's so good, like 4th time) and couldn't hit him for shit when he was "teleporting", even with signs.
Aren't Ciri's powers all about space-time controlling? She's Lara Dorren's descendant after all, and she was called "Lady of Space and Time". She has absolutely no control over her powers, but IIRC she moved across dimensions and space-time to escape Wild Hunt.
Issei Hyoudou is considered an example of Statistic Amplification, because he can continuously double his powers every 10 seconds (to a cap, based on what he can handle). I think this is analogous to Geralt's attack power increasing every time he lands a hit. Plus, Wyvern decoction's boost is not necessarily based on how long the fight goes on, since the attack power resets every time Geralt gets damaged.
Ciri's capability to cross dimensions (there is even an easter egg where she talks about a cyberpunk-ish world) is a manifestation of her title as the Lady of Space and Time. The books explicitly state that she journeys in time and space when she teleports. She has poor control of her powers during the events of the game, so not much variety has been shown in regards to her powers.
Moving like that would only give Dimensional Travel and maybe Time Travel (If and only if Cyberpunk occurs in the same universe but in the future). She may be the Lady of Space and Time, but she hasn't exactly shown anything. I can't find anything on Lara Dorren that elaborates on this. Can't find anything helpful on Pavetta, Calanthe, Riannon.
The male inheritors do have some stuff, but nothing like Space-Time Manipulation. Jacques de Aldersburg has time travel and some hecking insane precog (can precog his entire life and can change events, leading to changes in the way his life goes. Saw that Geralt would kill him while he was just a child. But no matter what he did, couldn't stop Geralt from eventually killing him at the end of the first Witcher game. This is an insane skill feat for Geralt as Jacques' entire life was him prepping for the fight with Geralt) and Caranthir has portals and teleportation between dimensions.
If anything, the dispelling of the White Frost was probably where this was used, but since it happened behind the scenes, we don't know and can't put it on her profile.
According to The Witcher Universe Compendium (do not confuse this with The World of the Witcher), witchers posses limited Body Control . Quote as follows: „Witchers can also see in darkness and, thanks to the many modifications to their metabolism, are able to 'regulate the speed of their pulse and the flow of adrenaline, giving them unparalleled reflexes and strength'.”