The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED erklärt Einschnitte bei Iorveth Story-Inhalten Für "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" war ursprünglich auch ein Story-Abschnitt mit dem Ich hätte so gerne Iorweth und Saskia im Spiel gehabt. Waren. Wurde Flotsam mit Vernon Roche oder Iorweth verlassen? Die Antwort hat eine Auswirkung auf den ersten Dialog mit Roche in dessen Lager. Wurde Triss. In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings ist Iorweth einer der Hauptcharaktere und (Story Writer) und Jan Marek (Concept Artist) aus dem "Entwicklertagebuch 3".
Seite 2: The Witcher 3: Was bisher geschah - Die Welt, die Charaktere, die StoryIorweth ist eine Karte aus dem Kartenspiel Gwint. Es handelt sich um einen Hauptcharakter aus The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, der in The Witcher 3: Wild. The Witcher 3 ist ein umfangreiches Spiel und hätte durchaus noch umfangreicher werden können, hätte CD Projekt nicht die Iorveth-Quest. Wollt ihr The Witcher 3 zocken, aber kennt die beiden Vorgänger nicht? Wir fassen für euch wichtige Ereignisse und Charaktere zusammen. - Seite 2.
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View Profile View Posts. Now i am 24 hours into the game hoping someone can asnwer. Does the choices from TW2 are just easter eggs or they actually play a huge roll in TW3.
Originally posted by MKX :. Jerek View Profile View Posts. I've been asking this on like every Witcher- related forum. Never got an answer. It would suck if he and Saskia don't show up or at least mentioned Roche, Ves and Letho all show up.
Well Roche is mentioned. Name of geralt's mount. No way they don't show up, at least in some plot branches. Maybe he is only there if you sided with him, or maybe he is there anyway and just hates you.
I am nearly at the end of the game, 80 hours of gameplay and not even a minute of Iorveth. Either he's going to show up for the last 30 minutes of the game which I highly doubt or the devs forgot that he ought to be in the game.
Everyone else with any significance in Witcher 2 ends up making an appearance though. Sign Up for free or Log In if you already have an account to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.
Boards The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt saskia and iorveth in the witcher 3. User Info: KagaiYami User Info: Disastersaurus. Nope video games are for children.
User Info: TaiChiMaster This is precisely why I chose the interrogation rather than to import my save from the previous game. Elementary, my dear Watson.
User Info: TIGER I was hoping for them as well. Maybe in one of the DLC? User Info: Kizzomeau. Phillipa is technically in the game, but yeah I do wonder what happened with vergen.
And also, wtf with having Eternal Fire still be a thing after the events of Witcher 1? I dismantled the hell out of that. Oh well. User Info: NeoNewJocosity.
Natalis will most likely get back to Vizima ASAP and then take all the army he can muster and rush to the southern border where Roche and Natalis join forces.
This is still a stretch for Natalis but at least Roche is already in the area. Furthermore Anais isn't mentioned and that fits with W3.
The planned division of Temeria obviously doesn't happen, because the war starts immediately. One more occasion of Dandelion narrating something that doesn't happen.
In the comic that came with Hearts of Stone we find out that Dandelion not always writes or tells the truth. The same probably applies to the W2 epilogue narration.
Furthermore releasing Saskia from the spell is assumed in the aforementioned comic and Philippa can escape from the dungeon with Geralt's help.
If you free Triss, she remains locked up in the dungeon of Loc Muinne and cannot use her powers. However W2 already shows her escaping from Loc Muinne.
How did she get out of the dungeon and rid of the shackles - alone? The comic makes it clear that Iorveth left Vergen shortly after Loc Muinne and roams the wilderness.
As he was planned to be in W3, he is alive and just not shown in W3 and his presumable death remains an unconfirmed rumor.
Lastly you cannot free Triss by yourself, because the Witch Hunt happens in W3 and therefore recreating the Council and Conclave is inconsequential.
All in all the Iorveth path is much closer to the starting point of W3 than choosing Roche's path. However all paths suffer some plot holes or at least lack explanation about what happens.
After all, the beauty of The Witcher stems from its side characters that add that extra bit of flavor to the main proceedings. One such character that played a major role in The Witcher 2 before being featured in just a few throwaway mentions in the sequel is Iorveth, one of the most interesting and multi-faceted characters present in The Witcher.
While it's a shame that this person doesn't even make a physical appearance in The Wild Hunt , there are still several aspects of his character that are bound to interest book, television, and gaming fans alike.
Here are ten facts you didn't know about Iorveth in The Witcher. For all the times that Iorveth has been mentioned in the books, one would've assumed that he's made an appearance in Sapkowski's novels long before The Witcher 2.
However, what might surprise most fans is that Iorveth's first-ever appearance in the Witcher canon actually came in the game! Anyone who's played The Witcher 2 can attest to the fact that Iorveth is an absolute beast in battle.
His prowess with a bow is legendary enough as is, but he also happens to be an excellent swordsman as well. His leadership skills are also worth a mention, with the group of Scoia'tael commandos under him being the final commando to stand against Nilfgaard in the Second War, before eventually succumbing to their might.
Now here's something you don't read every day. The love that CD Projekt Red has for all things fantastical is pretty well documented, and it's this understanding of this genre that allowed them to craft one of the best fantasy trilogies in gaming history.