This page contains a guide for the romance options and sex scenes available in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Whether you're looking to romance Yennefer or Triss Merigol here is everything you need to know about all of the women that Geralt can romance during his quest, as well as a brief walkthrough of each mission he must complete in order to unlock these carnal interactions. Throughout the course of his adventure, Geralt will encounter characters that he can romance - and who will attempt to romance him. While both Yennefer and Triss Merigold may be his one-time lovers, their intentions are unknown - and there are plenty of other fish in the sea. After climbing the bean stalk and defeating the Giant in the clouds, Syanna will proposition Geralt to fulfil her "last wish.
Or for that matter even complete the game? He was under a fucking spell she was responsible for from the wish the 1st Djinn granted. This completely contradicts the effects Geralt was displaying openly, which again points to him only being the one under the spell. She was a cold bitch that constantly kept things from him and treated him like garbage, and in-game when you finally get to corner her on why she never sought him out earlier, she snows him.
Nothing hot about a troll wearing make up and casting spells to get a guy. As far as game canon goes, Triss is at least genuine.
Have fun with that. Hotter, more beautiful, more genuine, red haired and actually shows some interest in trying to make the relationship work.
One thing though, one thing that pisses me off is that there is, to me, a flagrant LACK of content regarding Triss in general compared to Yennefer.
The way I look at them is like this: Triss is a wife material while Yen is just a sex partner. Triss is loveable while Yen is just plain arousing. The look in her face!
Damn it! Makes me want to embrace her.
My thoughts exactly. You do know that Triss manipulated Geralt to love her? Go for Uma instead. Gotta reply on this even though it comes really late.
All women do a bit of manipulating when it comes down to it. So Triss uses his loss of memory against him. So what?
Quite honestly she shows just how much she fell in love with him during that time by agreeing to help him find Yen anyway. Is it really fair to send curses and detrimental profanities in her way whilst categorising Triss a whole-heartedly innocent, corageous soul? Lets fill some facts in, shall we; both significant and insignificant. Back during her earliest childhood years, Yennefer was used, abused and publicly humiliated by her own father in various brutal ways, receiving absolutely no support nor even a light back up from her very mother.
Thus her traumatic childhood has soon led her to the cold embrace of agonising devastation and the way out she found was self harm and attempt to suicide.
Frankly, it did not. Yennefer grew to be one of the finest, not to say THE finest, sorceresses there were and she accomplished that all on her own. She grew bash, haughty of her position, a little bit too sharp at times and a little bit too sassy.
But guys, are those not human qualities? She was damaged, physically and physically, scarred, although those scars she wore with pride and honour because they made her grow to fear no man, no monster, no spirit. Yennefer was one to change lovers quite often, I agree, but when she finally fell in love, we saw her falling wholly. We saw such unyielding loyalty in her, such complete and utter determination and more than that, behind the fierce mask of brutallity she wore, we saw tenderness, vulnerability, care and support and sacrifice and sensitivity.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Triss or Yennefer (Bad Choice Romance Ending)
They made love urgently, in silence, without words. They made love quickly, however. Yennefer was the mother Cirilla never had. You fellas have the horrible tendency to call Yen careless, manipulative.
Do you ever quit just for a brief, brief, brief moment just to observe the way she behaves with Ciri? Yennefer is a woman with guts, honour, glory and attitude. Yennefer is pure gold. Yennefer threw out, repeating, literally threw out of the balcony the bed Geralt and Triss made love on.
If you do not tell Triss you love her and tell Yennefer you love her, you'll wind up with Yennefer. If you tell both Yennefer and Triss you love them, you'll get a special quest and wind up with neither of them. If you tell neither Triss nor Yennefer you love them, well I can only assume you'll wind up with neither of them. Yeah, as I said you get the "Forever alone" ending ONLY if you declare your love for Triss (at the end of the Now or Never sidequest in Novigrad, which leads to her and Geralt sleeping together and becoming a couple again) AND for Yennefer (at the end of The Last Wish in Skellige). Triss Merigold of Maribor was a legendary Temerian sorceress of the 13th century. Called Fourteenth of the Hill by her contemporaries because she was erroneously thought to have been killed during the Battle of Sodden Hill, she passed into history as Merigold the Fearless.A member of King Foltest's royal council along with Fercart and Keira Metz, as well as a founding Abilities: Magic Alchemy.
Seriously, which other woman would do that? You say she does not really love the Witcher, although she was so furious with fervent zealousness that she threw the bed out and she gave no damn about what the rest would say or think about it. Triss betrayed Cirilla, cutely, whole-heartedly and lovingly. Yennefer, being the manipulative, arrogant, indifferent bitch you claim she is, stood up for her, always, despite the occasion. Triss took advantage of Geralt.
Yen considered her a friend, she spoke dearly of her and Triss stole everything she held close behind her back, and she did it gloriously. Lets apprechiate her for being a pure sweetheart after that. Yen has flaws.
She is, as I mentioned, self-centered and overweening and vain, but Triss is truly no angel herself. She fed Geralt with such enchanting lies and told him absolutely nothing true about his past. If you read the books, you would know, that Geralt would never even concider hooking with Triss if Yennefer was around.
Writers of the game took some pretty heavy liberties with Geralts behavior. It made sense in Witcher 2 where Yenn was around for some unexplained reason, and Geralt suffered still from amnesia, but in w3 is just silly really. In book universe Triss would never wear such outfit like this from dlc. Geralt was responsible for the wish, he spoke it to the djinn.
A lot of your argumentation relies on her being the one who who spoke out the wish.
The History Of Geralt & Triss' Romance
There is no proof anyhow that the wish affected their behaviour. Actually CD portrayed Geralt perfectly around Yen. This also applies to their meeting and her not seeking him. If you read the books and paid attention to her character all of her actions make complete sense. Yennefer is a human, not like the crones. She was born a hunchback but when she studied to become a sorceress her looks were magically altered.
It evokes feelings in Geralt, not out of character. Yen loves Geralt deeply. Your post sadly is a collection of misinterpretations and I advice everyone not to base your opinion on this post.
It also contains false or mixed up knowledge about the lore. Just check out what the wiki says about Yen or - susanneill.com. Good night. They were about to be killed by the djin that yennefer summoned which was bound by geralt, and the only way to get rid of it was to have it fulfill its last command. Know yennefer was always self centered, and could be considered a bitch, but that is because she was actually a hunch back before she became a witch.
She was treated like trash before she used magic to make herself beautiful. But Geralt actually saw through that and discovered her true self before he made the wish, and made the wish anyway.
Jul 25, To end up with Yen, just tell Triss to go away. Or feebly try to keep her there with any other option than "I love you". No sex with Triss if you want to end up with Yen. Last edited: Jul 22, @witcher Moved to spoilers sub-forum. You can safely kiss Triss during "A Matter of Life and Death." The triggering event is saying "Stay with me. Dec 02, Sex With Triss and Yennefer If you thought it might be nice to hook up with both Triss and Yennefer, we have to warn you - it's not going to happen. If you tell Yennefer you love her during the Last Wish quest, and you tell Triss the same thing during Now or Never, you'll end up with neither. On the positive side, you'll be awarded with. If you thought it might be nice to hook up with both Triss and Yennefer, we have to warn you - it's not going to happen. If you tell Yennefer you love her during the "Last Wish" quest, and you tell Triss the same thing during "Now or Never", you'll end up with neither.
It can be interpreted that yennefer fell in love with him because he choose to be with her forever despite knowing her true self, and had nothing to do with the wish itself. As for the game, Geralt was just silly around yennefer because he had spent a long time looking for her and was just so happy that he finally found her. Yennefer was mad at him over the fact that he cheated on her with triss btw Triss knew Geralt before and knew he was with Yen and was jealous so she decided to steal Geralt while he had amnesia so she is definitely NOT a saint or anything in conclusion, you need to fact check these things before you make such bold claims.
PS: if you still think Triss is perfect, read up on what she did With Geralt in the books. Let me start by saying im not pushing for Yen, i just want to do the character justice. The wish that bound Geralt and Yennefer was actually made by Geralt. Geralt made the wish not spell when he and Yen are about to be killed by a djin that yennefer was attempting to capture.
Jan 24, Triss is a romance option in all three of The Witcher video susanneill.com The Witcher, Triss was the subject of some of the infamous "Romance" cards that the player could collect, while she is already in a relationship with Geralt at the start The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings. In each game, she has a serious contender for Geralt's heart in the form of Shani, Ves, and susanneill.com: Scott Baird. This page contains a guide for the romance options and sex scenes available in The Witcher 3: Wild susanneill.comr you're looking to romance Yennefer or Triss Merigold, here is everything you .
The djin was bound to geralt and needed to fulfill its final wish to geralt in order to be freed from his service. Geralt had accidentally asked for two wishes in the story before he realized the djin was bound to him as everyone believed it was bound to Dandelion after he freed it.
As he is about to be killed by this djin, all he can think about is how much he loves yenefer and wants to spend the rest of his life with her. Before he makes the wish, he discovers yen used to be a hunch back before she was a sorceress.
This is why she comes off as a bitch and standoffish, because before she used magic to make herself beautiful, everyone treated her like trash and walked over her. It can be interpreted from the story that yennefer truly fell in love with him because he chose to be with her forever despite knowing what she truly is.
Basically you either commit to Triss early in the game or commit to Yen later, right? Why are people saying that you can have a one night stand in the light house with triss with no repercussions if you are trying to end the game with Yen.
Rawls said:. Because of the patch version 1. It is either nothing, or a full romance with the ending slide and the epilogue in Blood and Wineor the threesome.
Can you hook up with triss and yennefer
Rawls Moderator 6 Jul 22, If I romance her in the light house then Yen latter in the game, I will get the threesome scene for sure? So romancing triss will lock you in with her no matter if you say I love you or lets try again? Got it! Seems like romancing Triss in the lighthouse allows you to sill sleep with yen, but committing to Yen after sleeping with Triss gets you the Three sum scene.
Basically, if you want to end up with Yen then no lighthouse scene with Triss, Period. Generally speaking this is correct to my knowledge. There is one caveat. You can romance Triss at the light house, then sleep with Yennefer during "The King is Dead, Long Live the King" and still not see the threesome scene.
The threesome scene is triggered by officially committing to each of the romances - during "Now or Never" with Triss and "The Last Wish" with Yennefer. The quest with Yennefer comes after the first opportunity to sleep with her. So it is possible to have sex with both ya know, if you wanna be THAT Geralt without the Threesome scene, but only if you never commit to Yennefer.