Radovid goes trough the mountains in the middle of winter then conquers these hardened northern people used to cold, kills their king, in less than three months, and they agree to fight and die for his northern empire, without fuss, without rebellions. While being under the threat of invasion of a much much larger empire. Not believable. Bad logic, bad world-building.I can't give you exacly same situation, is just impossible, I can ony show you something simmilar...
Yes they were portrayed as very different. Watch the video Oodrin linked and you will see the designers intentions with them.You mean clouthing and accents means different culture?
How small was the battle of Vergen really if two different kingdoms and armies were involved in it. It was enough to end Henselt which is about half of Radovids territory in the next game. Scoiatel were a factor in the last games, were a plot point and a factor in the books. They should have gotten a few quests in this game, and if that wasn't achievable than at least some dozens of lines of dialogue and expositionYep, and all events in TW1 and 2 are small size compared to TW3