The Perfect Yennefer
02.09.2013 @ 18:14 #61
That said, I don't think the designers should be constrained by character descriptions from the books- they are within their right to exercise their own creativity in imagining book characters, and there's nothing wrong with it if they do that.
Personally, I wish Yennefer would be as close to her book descriptions as possible because I think her book descriptions are wonderful; can we get some scratch and sniff cards with TW3 />
02.09.2013 @ 18:36 #63
The Last Wish
The Sword of Destiny
In the end she (probably) accepted her fate that she can't have children and yet she has a
The Tower of the Swallow
That's what I meant. She never said: "I want children", while you clearly get to know it, she never spoke it. Anyway, I am curious how CDPR will portray her.
That's a brilliant idea!
02.09.2013 @ 20:38 #65
If she would fit for Yennefer ? ›››
Yennefer of Vengerberg, North Carolina?
Ava Gardner had a wonderful accent, one of the most distinctive voices ever. I am not sure even a good voice actor voicing a character modeled on her could help raising dissonance.
Rachel Weisz (Oz the Great and Powerful and many others) is about as perfect a Yennefer as there could be.
16.09.2013 @ 20:00 #69
..but maybe someone else would like her in this role..
Those you see will not escape death… Because you are death itself.
All I wrote I mean with respect to your opinions, when I disagree with you, it's not anything personal and I hope, you won't be angry because of that. And please, correct me, when I wrote something wrong (grammar, sense) or at least don't laught too much.
16.09.2013 @ 21:25 #70
Some classy stuff, right there!
Though the Yen pic by Justanor is probably my new favourite. It's pretty beast.
10.10.2013 @ 09:24 #71
To me, she is the perfect Yennefer:
by JustAnoR http://justanor.devi...rberg-316062944
But that’s just my opinion. /> ›››
This fits my imagination pretty much perfectly.
12.10.2013 @ 13:45 #78
Seltkirk of Gulet said:
Just had the thought, that they probably can change their face completely, but they wouldn't do it, because they are too proud of their appearance to change it too much from the original, also they can't make it perfect. Someone like a witcher can see clearly minor errors in their faces, so their magic is not perfect.
Also would you change your face completely to another one? You would look into a mirror and couldn't recognize yourself anymore, that would be weird, really weird.
Afaik Lydia is the only one who uses an illusion to cover her face, but she was cursed and defaced.
Imagine that the cosmetic magic is like plastic surgery.