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29.03.2013 @ 11:23So, any news on this subject ?
The timeline on the web page still isn't right.
27.02.2013 @ 18:24Yes the timeline issues on the website matter quite a bit, and its just confusing.
The Witcher 2 intro for example tells that a month passes between the events of the first and the 2nd game.
The website claims it's a few months.
Both can be true.
If for example you ask Triss in Witcher 2 what happened to the Assassin we saw during the end of the first game, she states that months passed since you killed him, and the autopsy was near to impossible because of all the cutting and tempering with the body.
She suspects the assassin was a witcher though.
So which of the 2 is it ?
Was it just a month, or did several months pass after the events of the first game.
These things are quite sloppy, and need to be corrected in order to create something that is coherent.
26.02.2013 @ 10:31That's very good news.
You know, everything in the witcher is done so well.
Inconsistencies in the timeline just make it seem so sloppy, especially since the timeline on the website contradicts the games so much.
26.02.2013 @ 09:02Well, a few of us have been contemplating the timeline for a bit now, and thinking about all the possibilities.
But so far we've seen nothing from CDPR themselves.
Are they aware of the issues ? Can we ever expect an official explanation on some of the dates that they came up with ?
18.02.2013 @ 20:37Most of the adventures of the witcher actually happen over larger periods of time.
Sometimes a year is stated, but most of the time this doesn't matter, since it's only a small part of the backdrop.
The war with nilfgaard is something that looms over the north, but since Geralt travels a lot, it's influence changes.
One thing is clear though, the timeline on the website doesn't make sense, and this has nothing to do with Sapkowski or his books.
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