I don't think that she burned in the sun or from the poison. Vampires are commonly rendered into rotting husks when killed in fiction.Uhhhh as far as i remember, black blood does not "burn" the body of the vampire, "just" poisen him
slowing him down making the vampire weaker to deal the final blow.
I think that Black Blood potion was indeed what burned her. You can see her "smoking" from the wounds when she tries to run. On top of that, that single droplet of blood dripping from Geralt's nose and burning the ground is basically telling you what this is going to do. So yeah, i don't think it's the sunlight (high vampires are immune anyway), nor the quickened decomposition of the body. You can even see the torso isnt burned, or rotten, It looks like acid burn some parts burned heavier that others.Could be different effect on different species. I.e. acid like.
Not in Sapkowski's fiction. They aren't undead. They are just other species.I don't think that she burned in the sun or from the poison. Vampires are commonly rendered into rotting husks when killed in fiction.
Yes, and her wounds were smoking before the sun came out.I think that Black Blood potion was indeed what burned her. You can see her "smoking" from the wounds when she tries to run.
I know that they are not undead in The Witcher's universe, but that doesn't mean they can't be mistaken as such. Taking the appearance of a rotting corpse can be a defense mechanism, so that the vampire can regenerate in peace, or the natural effect of the creature's inhuman metabolism. Vampires also aren't harmed by sunlight in Sapkowski's fiction.Not in Sapkowski's fiction. They aren't undead. They are just other species.
"Comes for you after paid in gold (to kill and to gut you)" sounds very suggestive and kind of not to the point for human children, but much more fitting for vampire children. Witchers were viewed by people as scary freaks, but not as cold killers.PS: it could also be a warning "lullaby" since humans have similar storys if you don' t
behave the black man comes and ll get you.
Indeed. That's the whole section where Regis dispels common misconceptions about vampires in the Baptism of Fire.The child vampire lullaby makes sense, as Gilrond mentioned. I didn't realize that was lore in Sapkowski's fiction. Good lord the lonely. desperate atmosphere. So well done. I hope the game can capture a fraction of that feeling.
Geralt looks a bit different in every CGI trailer of TW3, so that didn't really bother me. In the shot at 1:27 he looks pretty much identical to his in-game appearance. Looking at all three CGI trailer, I think this might be my favorite version of Geralt. I think the hair and beard style in this one are perfect.Geralt really didn't look like Geralt either.