I do not agree with those either, and already explained why. Regarding Ciri not being "daughterlike" in the empress epilogue, the scene is not about that, but rather that she wants to make her own choices without others (even Geralt or Yennefer) deciding what is good for her, just like she does not want to interfere with Geralt's decisions either (which does not have to mean she likes all of them equally), she wants to be independent and go her own way.Deemonef;n10013581 said:I meant what eloise said in the Spoiler Box
The fact with Avallac'h is so damn true, and I also see it not "daughterlike" to not tell your mother, that you will go now and rule Nilfgaard. This is really bad in the making.
This is very important about her character in the game, to emphasize that she is growing up and not a child anymore (although not quite mature yet either), but it has nothing to do with her not respecting Geralt or Yennefer, or anything like that. Real people often go through a similar phase at her age. It should be apparent enough from the interviews and the game itself (when looking at the overall picture, rather than details taken out of context), even if I know I cannot change the opinion of anyone already convinced that CDPR had some sort of evil agenda with Ciri's portrayal or that she was dumbed down to appeal to the casual masses, so I leave it at that.
The game does not change historical facts in any of those cases. It would be a change of facts if it claimed that Ciri liked Avallac'h in the books, but it is not if she does so in the game, for whatever reasons. The same applies to Yennefer or anyone else.So yes, a Character can change it's point of view and being over 7 years, but you cannot change historical facts and stuff.
I know that, but the characters, including the protagonist, will be CDPR's this time.PS: Cyberpunk 2077 is not an own idea by CDPR It's based on the table top Cyberpunk 2020, and this is heavily inspired by the Sprawl Trilog by William Gibson