Kallelinski said:Actually he recalls his past emotions in parts, at least near the end, when he finally gets some answers from Letho. It is arguable if he recalls everything, i doubt that.
He even says in a dialogue with Triss(?) that he believes he loved Yennefer at one point. Furthermore a flashback shows us that he sacrificed his life/soul for Yennefer. That isn't something you would do for any person, but her significance isn't illustrated as it should be in my opinion.
Even Letho says, that he had the responsibility to look after Yennefer, because Geralt had this strong connection to her, but if the player doesn't even know who/what she is, why should he care? And that is (or was in TW2) my problem. After my first playthrough i didn't care about her, she was just one woman, that has probably some answers, but after reading the books my whole view point about her changed. It's just my personal experience, but after reading many threads here about Yennefer, i am pretty sure most users are confused about her, if they didn't read anything.
And again, that's a wish for TW3, a better explanation about Geralt's past and relationships. These flashbacks were nice, but they didn't explained much.
It's tricky, gameplaywise it would be better to drink potions, if you need them.
Storywise it would be better to meditate before going into action. I don't know, both methods have their entitlement.
How about one quickslot? You could put any kind of potion into it and use it whenever you want, but if you want to drink more than one kind, you have to meditate in advance.
Agree and it would be wise to end all plots and subplots with The Witcher 3. The whole game franchise has already a span of almost 6 years, if TW3 comes out this year.
Yeah, nilfgaard armies and well, practically everybody, friend or foe, says "If you want (more) answers, go south, go to Nilfgaard, search for Yennefer". That's pretty clear to me ^^
And that is EXACTLY the same plot as in the last 3 books, so i assume they will stick to the books and take here and there some freedom as they already did it in the last 2 games.
Nope, i don't think this will happen. I agree with the sales plan and the need to explain newcomers what is going on, but they already did this in form of official videos:
What is a Wticher
The Witcher 1 - Story
You want to see a normal day in a witcher's life?
Launch Trailer that explains the political order
I think this is a pretty comfortable way to explain newcomers what is going on, if they want to know.
But i am looking for the Viper School, depending on killing or sparing Letho they could welcome or attack you. The Viper School has many books about the Wild Hunt, it would be wise to visit their library to get more information about it.
I don't know if there would be any Witcher's left at the Viper School though O: Letho, Serrit and Aukes were pretty much the only ones left, it would probably make sense if they had a Vesemir equivalent, so I guess it's possible there would be a few.. Seeing it as a rebuilt Witcher's school would bring a tear to my eye though, I've grown attached to witchers (': If Geralt could pay someone from Nilfgaard to help (say 10,000 orens) rebuild Kaer Morhen I would probably cry with joy