Who was Yennefer's first love?
Istredd was a sorcerer who was romantically involved with Yennefer during their time at Aretuza.
The Deathless Mother is first introduced in the second episode, "Kaer Morhen." She appears as a cloaked figure to Yennefer (in red), Fringilla (in black), and Francesca (in white) and lures them to her hut with no doors in the woods.
Aretuza convinces Yennefer she needs to undergo a procedure to give up her ability to produce children in order to have power and obtain beauty over her deformities. We know that she is not a mentally stable character, yet no one attempted to provide her with the repercussions of her choice.
Although the writing, world-building, and badass action in "The Witcher 3" have been the subject of much praise, Yennefer is truly brought to life by her voice actress, the incredible (and uncredited) Denise Gough. But what else may you know Denise Gough from?
no. she said that their goals made for strange bedfellows meaning, they follow the same path for a while but have a different outcome.
9/15 YENNEFER'S ATROCITY: Cheating On Geralt
For starters, there are multiple instances in the story where Yennefer has slept with people behind Geralt's back, causing the witcher no end of grief when he found out.
In fact, in the novels (and in the show) both Yennefer and Geralt are incapable of having biological children. For Geralt, the show affords him a wide landscape of emotions — his story isn't pegged to his ability to father children.
As Yennefer explains to Istredd, her biological father was a half-elf. This elvish heritage was responsible for her deformities, but also for her natural familiarity with magic.
Anya Chalotra, who plays Yennefer had beautiful purple eyes. The contacts that change the color of darker eyes, like Chalotra's, are much thicker than the ones that can be used to change light eyes. They used a combination of contacts and CGI to make her eyes purple.
He then creates an untraceable portal to send Yennefer back home. Having been marked from her portalling from Aretuza, a sorceress named Tissaia de Vries finds Yennefer and purchases her for four marks from her stepfather, less than half the price of a pig.
Does Yennefer regain her fertility?
The enchanter explained to her that there's a price to pay: to be reborn, she would bear no more, and so he removed her reproductive organs. Later on in the series, Yennefer tried different methods to regain her fertility, such as attempting to obtain a dragon's egg, but to no success.
Yennefer was born with a ” twisted spine” and on the Netflix series she has a jaw deformity as well. Yennefer says this was due to her father being a half-elf, although there are many people of mixed elfin blood that are born normally.
Yes Triss is hotter which is why most people will opt for her.
However, in The Witcher, this means that Yennefer is one-quarter elven, being the product of a human father and a half-elven mother. This heritage lends itself to her graceful features and could explain why she's one of gaming's most powerful mages, as elves are known for their magic talents.
In 1266, after receiving a letter from Geralt, she traveled to the Temple of Melitele in Ellander to teach Ciri. Even though at the beginning the two of them didn't get along well at first, they later grew a mother-daughter bond. Yennefer first taught Ciri about magic and how to harness chaos.
I've had bad experiences with women in the past. I'm guessing you are talking about game, in which it was never mentioned that Triss "cheated" on Geralt. She had sex with other men but not cheated as far as I recall. Book wise...
Emhyr did want to marry his own daughter in the books, namely Blood of Elves. He'd sent bounty hunters to track her down. He wanted her not only because of her powers, but because she had elven blood and a prophecy had stated that producing a child, a son, with her would grant him the power to rule as he pleased.
Emhyr married Pavetta, princess of Cintra what resulted in birth of Ciri. The curse was lifted thanks to Geralt of Rivia. An insidious wizard Vilgefortz fooled him by a prophecy accord to to which Emhyr's daughter is supposed to rule half of the world the her son a whole world.
The enchantment that follows is essentially a form of torture, a brutal surgical procedure that comes at a significant cost. For it to work, Yennefer has to have her womb removed, meaning she will never bear children.
Geralt of Rivia
What disability does Yennefer have?
The viewer meets Yennefer in the second episode, a young woman with a physical disability who is bullied and abused by local villagers and her own family. Born with a curved spine and partial facial paralysis, we first see her attempting to return a flower lost by her neighbors, who immediately attack and belittle her.
Since Ciri never underwent the witcher mutations, she's very much fertile and can bear children. After all, Emhyr var Emreis wouldn't have made Ciri Empress of Nilfgaard if she were sterile.
Yes, Visenna is Geralt's mom, who also happens to be a sorceress and a capable healer. In both the short story and live-action adaptation, Geralt and Visenna have a heated exchange concerning his abandonment as a child.
The elven-blooded Yennefer of Vengerberg is often considered the most powerful living sorceress, having pushed beyond her initial struggles with magic to learn how to control her Chaos, granting her considerable power.
The worst instance of this in the books is when Ciri grows up and Yennefer feels threatened by her adoptive daughter's closeness with Geralt — something that she quickly grows out of. In the games, this jealousy is somewhat understandable...