Knowning the witcher would be Geralt, Yennefer travelled to meet him immediately before taking him to Vizima to meet Emperor Emhyr var Emreis. En route. So it wouldn't be improbable if Ciri somehow moved Geralt in time as well. . After the vulpess transforms to Yennefer and Geralt touches her. "Sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg was abducted by the Wild Hunt, just like . of Cintra when both her parents were lost at sea and were presumed dead. When Geralt first met Ciri, she was lost in the forest of Brokilon.
I mean, I hoped it would be like there, Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri on 3 horses doing their business as a family, but despite we have finally Yennefer in the game, it's only Geralt and Ciri doing their business First, why is Geralt sleeping in the big hall instead of with Yennefer, when he is back to his love of life?
It would be a good situation to let Yennefer explain, why Ciri should see Emhyr at least once and then decide what she wants to do. It would also give Yennefer the time to explain herself, why she thinks it is something Ciri has to think about. Anyway, Ciri asks Geralt to come with her to kill him, they go, meet and kill him and 2 witchesall of it without Yennefer.
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After killing Imlerith they sit together and talk a bit: That's it again and someone is just missing After that fight you go to Novigrad and when you meet Yennefer, you will talk about that fight with Imlerith and it shows again how much trust Yennefer have in both of them: Yet, Geralt is surprised and Ciri doesn't even mention it near Yennefer nor does she. The next scene about them and the family is, when the Lodge wants to talk with Ciri. Geralt can go with Ciri to meet the rest of the Lodge or wait and let Ciri talk with them alone.
First of all I don't understand why Yennefer isn't part of this in the first place, especially if you consider that she is a sorceress, she knows what the Lodge wanted and wants from her now and she was the one in the books going with Ciri, because she actually knew what to do in this situation.
This would have been also the best moment to implement the "But I want to be called Cirilla of Vengerberg, daughter of Yennefer. If Geralt decides to let Ciri do it alone, Yennefer joins him, because she is of course worried about her, it is clearly visible in her gestures, facial expression and acting: When Ciri comes back she says again that: The whole scene is really great though, especially when Ciri comments again about how both of them haven't changed a bit, the second time.
I was relieved to hear that, because it meant that it is how it was in the books, but to be honest it isn't. It's like Yennefer is almost excluded from this family, dragged away from them like she doesn't have a place with them anymore and the next scene even illustrate it: This scene perfectly describes the unfulfilled love between Yennefer and her family, while Geralt and Ciri are having fun, Yennefer is excluded from them.
Why can't she just be part of it? Looking at them like she isn't allowed to join them, having fun with them, with her family. I was always in favour of Yennefer, I love her character, I love that family, yet all my Geralt's devotion to her, to this family, isn't making a difference. She is being excluded from them despite what she did, does and would do for them.
Is this really what she deserved after all of this? To be the third wheel? She is the black one in this" white - ash blonde - black" constellation, one of the core elements in this, without it, it isn't the same anymore. Why do you deny her her family? She is so close to them, yet so far apart from them than ever. Even if she had a similiar scene with her alone, it wouldn't be the same, as when the three of them were together as it should be.
Ciri was the glue that kept them together and not drift them apart. And so I already come to the last scene with them, when all three of them actually do a quest together, finally, when visiting Avallac'h's laboratory.
I think it was a nice gesture that while Geralt and Ciri are actually wrecking the laboratory, Yennefer did it in a more "ladylike" manner. But wait, there is still another scene, you will only see, if you say "no" to Ciri, when she asks to visit Skjall's grave.
Only if you tell her that there is no time, there will be another Yennefer-Ciri moment, how sad is that? And that's it, the last scene with all 3 of them together. How depressing is that? You mean it could be worse? It follows that your elf blood and womb are spoiled, woman. Why do you bring this monster into the world? This unfortunate child… This was the will of the gods!
This is your daughter, just like mine! What should I do?
Explaining Yennefer's behaviour in the game (with a canon Geralt as partner)
Tie off the umbilical cord? What do want from me? To go into the forest and leave her there? What do you want from me, by the gods?
Go away, you monster. How dare you to hit the child? Where are you going? I am a man, I can appease my desire where I want, when I want. This is my birthright.
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And you make me sick. You and the fruit of your correspondingly degenerate belly. Do not wait for dinner. I will not come back tonight. Mama… Why did you hit me and push me away? I was good… Mama! She wasn't always a strong-willed woman, she became like this because of her past. To be stronger than last time, to endure those situations and not crumble under them.
The Lady of the Lake She came to, and groaned in pain. Both of her forearms and wrists ached like crazy. She mechanically fumbled around and noticed several layers of bandages. She groaned again, without words, desperate.The Witcher 3: Yennefer and Geralt Love Scene. Aww so sweet!
With regret that this was not a dream. And regretting to have not succeeded. Yennefer wanted a drink, something to wet her sticky lips. But she did not ask. Her pride would not allow it. You cut yourself deeply and accurately. Therefore, I am now with you. If you did not mean it seriously, if it was just a ridiculous, bogus exhibition, I have only contempt for you. But you cut yourself deep.
I'll work with you here. It will not be easy. I have to straighten the spine and flatten the hump. But I also have to treat those hands. When you cut your veins, you severed tendons. And the hands of a sorceress are a very important instrument, Yennefer. But when it arrives, you'll remember this day.