Actually she has That's maybe why she doesn't want to help with Geralt's amnesia but that's a spoiler from Sapkowski's books and I don't want to ruin it since you may read them yourself.Evnissyen said:...Still... the other Witchers -- including Vesemir, who I imagine is no fool -- trust her . . . and like I said, Geralt knows her better than anyone, we're led to think, and she seems to have no anxiety over him regaining any memories that would be unfavorable to her.
It says something important about Triss that raising the kid in a cathouse seems like a better option. Evnissyen talks about how Triss could protect Alvin better than Shani, and she gives a lovely analysis of the situation, but in practice, it doesn't work out that way.fchopin said:Turuviel dies in all my games, don't like her and i would not give her the kid, but Carmen is available and she would make a better mother than Triss for a start.
Hey, that's he! No matter how sensitive I might seem (ahem)... . (Look at the symbol! The symbol! It has an arrow!)Do I need to post a picture of myself as proof, or something?Corylea said:Evnissyen talks about how Triss could protect Alvin better than Shani, and she gives a lovely analysis of the situation,
True.But in practice, it doesn't work out that way.At the beginning of Chapter 4, Alvin is kidnapped no matter who you give him to. And when Alvin relates the events to Geralt, he says, "Yeah, she's pretty good at taking care of herself" no matter which of the women you've chosen. I think Triss should be able to protect Alvin better than Shani, but in practice, it doesn't work out that way.
Ahuh. Child-support, man. It's a killer, I hear.Thankfully I don't have any rugrats of my own. (Phew!)So, go kill those monsters and earn those orens, babe, you've got big expenses now!
Sorry! The symbol used to be right under the picture, then they changed the forum, and now the symbol is at the very bottom, and I tend to forget that they've moved the damned thing. For most posts, that doesn't matter that much, since the top and bottom are close together, but yours tend to be quite long, so your symbol was off the edge of the screen when I was looking up how to spell your name.Evnissyen said:
I've played the Scoia'tael path a few times and the Neutral path a few times; I've never been able to bring myself to side with the Order. If I take the game seriously enough to care about it, I take it too seriously to side with the Order. And if I take it lightly enough to side with the Order, I'm not invested enough in what's going on to care. So, no Order for me. I'm okay with that. More than okay, actually.I'm sure I'll also end up siding with the Order, because what's the point in playing a game a second time if you aren't going to make significant changes in your gameplay? . . . although I swear I won't enjoy it. And I liked having Yaevinn as a loyal companion. He proved to be a good, honorable man, loyal to his friends.