I wish they'd gone into more detail with how the general population (vice the governments) viewed hon-humans, sorceresses, and monsters.BeastModeIron;n9687251 said:Also that people only seem to concentrate on only those two aspects, like there isn't anything else the game has to offer. Especially for the Witcher 3, all the moments in between combat was the best parts of the game for me, sure combat was fun but nothing really changes in the area.
Were most of the common people like Geralt, if they're behaving reasonably live-n-let-live? Or were most people kill-them-all?
They're obviously not rare enough to be treated like negros in northern Europe during the middle ages, a curiosity.
Apparently they are treated like "niggers" in the American south in the 1920's, but not as badly as Jews/Gypsy's in Germany in the late 30's and during WW II.
The occasional lynching or burning at the stake, but as long as they kept a low profile "permitted" to go about their business.