Witcher Yennefer

Witcher Yennefer Bilder vom Set zu The Witcher 2

Diese Geschichte wird auch in der The Witcher (TV-Serie) von Netflix in Folge 5: "​Aufgestaute Begehren" in etwas. Bereits im Spiel „The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt“, hatte man oft die Möglichkeit, als Geralt von Riva mit Yennefer intim zu werden. Auch in der. Yennefer von Vengerberg ist nicht nur die On/Off Beziehung von Geralt, sondern auch Die Zauberinnen und Zauberer sind in allen Königreichen des Witcher. The Witcher handelt vom Hexer Geralt von Riva. Am spannendsten wird die Fantasieserie aber dann, wenn es um die weibliche Hauptfigur. Die geheimnisvolle Zauberin Yennefer spielt neben Geralt von Riva und Ciri eine zentrale Rolle in der Netflix-Serie The Witcher. Wir fassen die.

Witcher Yennefer

Die geheimnisvolle Zauberin Yennefer spielt neben Geralt von Riva und Ciri eine zentrale Rolle in der Netflix-Serie The Witcher. Wir fassen die. Mit Drehstart von The Witcher Staffel 2 sind Set-Bilder mit Yennefer, Fringilla und Filavandrel zur neuen Season der Netflix-Serie aufgetaucht. Bereits im Spiel „The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt“, hatte man oft die Möglichkeit, als Geralt von Riva mit Yennefer intim zu werden. Auch in der.

Geralt and Dandelion then join the frey, trying to help him but just as the witcher is gaining the upper hand in the fight, Yennefer paralyses him and he falls numbly to the ground, helpless.

The sorceress then orders that the three men be tied to the nearby wagons to keep them out of the way.

Yennefer then unexpectedly turns on the Reavers and the dwarves, telling them that they had better high-tail it out of there as well and threatens to geld them all with a spell if they don't comply.

The sorceress is not quite as attentive as she should be and Yarpen manages to knock her momentarily senseless with a metal ball to the forehead.

While Yennefer is disoriented, the Reavers pounce on her and bind her hands including, especially her fingers! Boholt then takes the opportunity to rip open her blouse and fondle her breasts as she tries in vain to protest.

She then ends up also lashed to a wagon wheel, next to the witcher and in full view of the bard. Dandelion, true to his nature seems more concerned at that point with staring at the sorceress' breasts which have been conveniently left exposed.

Finally it becomes clear just what the dragon had been so fervently protecting. Not some hoard of treasure as expected, but a baby dragon.

The tiny newly-hatched dragon immediately makes its way over to Yennefer, nuzzling up to her, much to the envy of Dandelion. It now becomes clear that the dragon Sheepbagger had poisoned back in the village must have been the mother.

Suddenly, the rumbling of wagons alerts everyone to the fact that the local militia, lead by Sheepbagger has finally arrived and what seems like the entire village sets upon the dragon.

The beast is simply outnumbered by the villagers who eventually manage to wrap him up in nets. At this point, Yennefer is finally able to speak and demands that the witcher burn the ropes around her ankles using his Igni sign.

Geralt initially refuses saying that he can't see what he is doing and will burn her as well. She insists, saying that she'll endure the pain, and that this is their only hope, so he relents.

Once free Yennefer uses her foot to cast a spell at the villagers. Her first effort only manages to change one wagon to a buttery shade of yellow which goes entirely unnoticed by the charging horde.

Her next spells are more effective and she manages to turn an entire garrison into toads, square the wheels on another wagon and then, just for spite, change random other villagers into various and sundry beasts.

Meanwhile, the Zerrikanians reappear and start making quick work of the remaining locals, freeing the dragon who promptly takes off after Sheepbagger.

The golden dragon then returns to human form, that of the knight called Borch Three Jackdaws. It seems that Borch is actually a dragon who simply takes human form because he can and because, not surprisingly, he attracts too much attention otherwise.

Borch thanks Geralt and Yennefer for their help and tells them that anyone can see that the witcher and the sorceress were meant for each other, but sadly, nothing will come of their union.

Additionally, and to Yennefer's obvious personal disappointment - he cannot cure her infertility. Even the magic of golden dragons has its limits.

The story opens with Geralt in a fetid sewer in Aedd Gynvael , fighting a zeugl. After dispatching the beast, the witcher heads back to the inn where he and Yennefer have been staying.

She greets him with "You stink! Once the witcher is sufficiently cleaned up, the sorceress magically dumps the water from the bath out the window, outraging a passerby.

The two get to talking about the fact that Istredd has moved to town and that Yennefer has been not only working with him, but also sleeping with him.

Geralt is quite obviously jealous of this. On the next day, Geralt heads over to Istredd's home. The mage explains to the witcher that he loves Yennefer and wants to marry her.

Geralt tries to convince him that this is unwise because he and Yennefer are meant for each other. The mage accuses him of being delusional, calling the witcher merely a toy for the sorceress.

Geralt is incensed and suggests that it is Istredd who is being used. It's clear that the two cannot settle things by talking it through so they decide that they should settle things with a manly and honourable duel.

Back at the inn, Yennefer and Geralt argue some more about their relationship and about Yennefer and Istredd's relationship, but they resolve nothing.

Geralt leaves the inn and decides to spend the night in the stables rather than go back to the Yennefer. During the night, he receives a message from the sorceress, delivered by a bird.

The next morning, Geralt sets off for his appointment with Istredd. He soon learns that Istredd also received a message from Yennefer, by bird-messenger and that his message was the same.

The mage readies his sword, his chosen weapon as using magic against a mere witcher would be dishonourable.

Geralt, however, refuses to fight, bids the mage good-bye and leaves. Geralt dreams of Yennefer and their last meeting during the Belleteyn holiday.

Yennefer tells Geralt that Destiny is not enough for them to be together. Something More is needed. The sorceress also tells him in this dream to ride back to Cintra to eventually claim his child of surprise.

She is called by Geralt to help with occasional strange and abnormal behavior he has seen in Ciri. Triss realises that Ciri is a Source.

She acknowledges that she does not have the power to control Ciri's talent, and advises Geralt to swallow his pride and seek help with Yennefer, a more experienced sorceress.

At the same time, a mysterious wizard called Rience is looking for the girl. He is a servant of a more powerful mage, who remains unknown.

He captures Geralt's friend, Dandelion the bard, and tortures him for information about Ciri. Dandelion is saved by the timely arrival of Yennefer, who engages in a short magic combat with Rience.

Rience manages to escape through a portal opened by his master, but left with a prominent facial scar from Yennefer's spell.

Ciri's stay in Ellander is still haunted by disturbing dreams until the arrival of Yennefer, who starts educating her in the ways of magic.

From an initial antagonism, their relationship develops into a strong and deep bond, like that of a mother and daughter. Yennefer became Ciri's mentor and teacher.

As they are about to leave the Temple School in Ellander, Yennefer asks Ciri whether she didn't like her at first, leading to a series of flashbacks detailing Ciri's studies with Yennfer from the day they were introduced and back to the present as they are about to leave the Temple.

It is Yennefer's intention that Ciri be enrolled at Aretuza and that she continue her instruction in the use and mastery of magic. Once they arrive in Gors Velen, Yennefer goes to see her old friend Molnar Giancardi , a dwarven banker.

The latter informs the sorceress that her financial movements are being tracked, something Yennefer already suspected, but he arranges an essentially unlimited line of credit for her and makes several financial transfers to cover expenses for Ciri's education.

He and Yennefer also agree to allow Ciri to see the sights, escorted by one of Molnar's faithful employees, Fabio Sachs.

While on their excursion, things get quickly out of hand and Ciri is mistaken for one of about a dozen students who have recently "escaped" from Aretuza in the kerfuffle leading up to the mages' conference being held there.

She is apprehended by no less than the former and current headmistresses of the academy, Tissaia de Vries and Margarita Laux-Antille after she uses a magical amulet given to her by Yennefer in case of emergency.

At first, the sorceresses do not believe Ciri's story, but ultimately, the girl and Fabio manage to convince the headmistresses to check out their story at the bank and things are quickly confirmed by Yennefer and Giancardi.

The three sorceresses then decide to discuss events over at the Silver Heron, taking Ciri with them and leaving poor Fabio to deal with his employer.

At the inn, Tissaia and Rita have rented the entire cellar which is actually a bath house and the four "ladies" retire there to relax and chat.

It seems that both Rita and Tissaia, but especially Rita have every intention of getting good and drunk and Ciri is dispatched to refill their caraff of wine not very long after it arrives.

While getting the refreshments, Ciri notices a mercenary Rayla who orders the innkeeper to open a back door for her — a door which leads directly to the outer walls of the city, bypassing the usual gates and guards.

On her second trip to refill the caraff, Ciri uses her new found knowledge and runs away to see Geralt whom she has been told is at Hirundum, not far from Gors Velen.

Yennefer, luckily is not far behind. Ciri's flight does, however, provide Geralt and Yennefer with an opportunity to meet up again and to patch things in their relationship before the three set off for Thanedd Island together.

On the island, things are in a tizzy. The girls have been temporarily moved from their usual accommodation within Aretuza to Loxia, the lowest level of the complex as the school itself is being used to accommodate the visiting sorcerers and sorceresses.

That evening, Yennefer takes Geralt as her date to the reception, leaving Ciri in her room and ensuring that there is no second flight with magic.

After the reception, Yennefer and Geralt retire to their room and re-connect on a more intimate level. After a very fruitful reunion and a bit of sleep, the witcher is awakened by an urge to urinate, but in deference to his hosts, decides against relieving himself in the flower pots outside the window and decides to find the courtyard.

This is when he stumbles upon the coup, already taking place. It is revealed that Vilgefortz and several other mages are in league with Nilfgaard and their plan has been sussed by Philippa Eilhart and Dijkstra who have brought in the Redanian secret service to put a stop to the plan.

In the ensuing confusion we find out that Yennefer had brought Ciri before the Council and that the girl had begun to prophesize.

This had brought events to a head, causing Tissaia de Vries to take down the magic-inhibiting barrier around Garstang and allowing Vilgefortz break free of his dimeritium shackles, leading to an all out battle between the various factions.

Yennefer grabs Ciri and the two make a run for it, but in the end, Yennefer must send Ciri on alone and try to keep their pursuers at bay.

As they part, the sorceress reveals her love for the girl. Yennefer appears again in Dol Blathanna.

The readers find out, during the Thanedd coup , Yennefer was magically transmuted by Francesca Findabair into a little statue and saved this way.

Yennefer then also meets Ida Emean aep Sivney and after some recovery from the magical compression, Yennefer joins a meeting of the Lodge of Sorceresses on Montecalvo.

The sorceresses discuss Ciri's ancestry and "their" breeding programme - a fact which makes Yennefer suddenly feel very uneasy.

She, of all the people, helps Yennefer escape the magically protected castle. Crach initially wants to extradite her as a traitor to Novigrad , but he relents when Yennefer reminds him about the oath he gave the late Queen Calanthe after Pavetta's death.

Yennefer spends a significant amount of time in the Skellige Isles where she is aided by Sigrdrifa , the head priestess of Freyja and Crach an Craite as she builds a megascope in order to locate Vilgefortz.

Yennefer finally can find odd traces of teleportation that took place at Thanedd Isle and can locate it near the Sedna Abyss. The sorceress then sails with some courageous Skellige men and finally is teleported to castle Stygga , where Vilgefortz waits for her.

He traps her and forces her to locate Ciri. Yennefer is freed by Geralt when he and his Hanse invade Stygga castle. All of Geralt's Hanse companions die during the battle.

Geralt and Yennefer end up in a show-down with Vilgefortz, and Geralt can kill the sorcerer with the help of Fringilla Vigo's amulet.

Ciri finally can overcome her nightmare Bonhart and kill the gruesome man. Yennefer, Geralt and Ciri then walk through the castle, but suddenly Nilfgaardian soldiers arrive, together with the emperor Emhyr var Emreis himself.

He wants to take his daughter with him and marry her, because of an old prophecy. The emperor also thanks Geralt and Yennefer for saving his child, but he can't have any confidants concerning these events, so he orders the two lovers an honourable way - to commit suicide in a hot tub with a razor.

Both, at the end of their strength, agree. But when the time has come to bring in the razor, only Ciri appears, preparing them for the unimaginable - the emperor just left, leaving her with her new parents.

They then leave and finish some uncomplete deeds, like taking revenge, but also to thank people, who helped Ciri.

Nothing goes unwatched, so also the call of Montecalvo finally reaches Yennefer and Ciri and Yennefer follows the call.

Ciri then arrives sometime later and the lodge decides her fate - it is planned to introduce her to Tankred Thyssen , so she can become his favourite since, after the events, marriage isn't an option anymore.

She still should bear his child to strengthen the power in the North. The Lodge finally agrees to Ciri's plea to see Geralt one last time in Rivia.

Yennefer and Triss accompany the girl, but they just arrive when the Rivian Pogrom is underway.

Yennefer helps Triss to fight the mad mob and finally makes it to Geralt, but the Witcher is already dying. Yennefer mobilizes all her magical powers but to no avail.

She breaks down next to the Witcher. She and Geralt are heaved on a boat and Ciri brings them to Malus Island.

Molnar bought the Witcher's swords at the auction for Crowns. Later, Yennefer and Molnar have a short conversation in Novigrad about how Yennefer managed it to buy back the two swords.

Yennefer assists Dandelion in writing "The Magic and Religions of the Continent", the third chapter of the compendium. Within the chapter, a fragment of records document her formative years as a student at Aretuza.

Yennefer first features in the opening cinematic of The Witcher 3 , escaping from a battle between Nilfgaardian and Temerian forces.

Having recovered most of her memory, she has agreed to the serve the Emperor's interests in the hunt for Ciri.

Geralt and her reunite at the prologue's conclusion. While Yennefer never appears, nor is directly mentioned, the game's developers did include numerous references to her:.

In the Netflix adaptation , Yennefer is portrayed by Anya Chalotra. Yennefer by JustAnor. Yennefer in the graphic novels.

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The witcher first met the raven-haired sorceress a good twenty years back. Their friendship and the feelings between them were born of a common adventure involving a gene and a wish granted to Geralt that intertwined their fates inextricably.

In the time since then their relationship had, however, been quite stormy — rich in ups and downs, crises and break-ups. Geralt and Yennefer's love provides irrefutable proof of the thesis that "opposites attract.

Their moment of repose was interrupted by the Wild Hunt, which took Yennefer captive. The witcher set out at once to save her, but lost his memory while doing so.

When he finally recovered it, he immediately set off once more on his quest to find his beloved sorceress. The circumstances of Geralt's initial reunion with Yennefer after two years were quite different than he had imagined.

The sorceress was not only safe and sound, but had even secured the aid of an unexpected and mighty ally - the Nilfgaardian Empire.

Geralt replies that he's desperate. Yennefer undresses and sits back-to-back with Geralt in the bath.

She wonders if all witchers are as blessed as he is, being as they're made from magic, mage magic. However, as Geralt explains, it didn't make for a happy childhood.

Judging by Yennefer's scars, he can tell she didn't have much of a happy childhood either.

He accuses her of capitalizing on the political situation of Rinde, though Yennefer claims that she's serving the stifled townspeople.

Ultimately, they both know there's more to the other's claim than they're revealing. Fortunately for Geralt, Yennefer has decided that his company and conversation is payment enough for her services.

While Geralt doesn't doubt her capabilities, he does doubt her intentions. Yennefer assures Geralt that Jaskier will survive and recover his vocal talents.

Geralt looks around and realizes that Yennefer is attempting to trap the djinn. She explains that it's tied to this plane and its master.

With Jaskier only making two wishes, Yennefer needs him to make his third and final wish so that she can capture the djinn.

Geralt is taken over by the sudden smell of lilac and gooseberries. Yennefer kisses him and in that moment has full control of him.

She uses him to enact her revenge against a couple town council members. As Yennefer prepares the spell, Jaskier awakens.

She holds him against the wall and tells him to make a wish. Jaskier makes his final wish, and Yennefer releases him. She then starts chanting to summon the djinn.

Geralt returns, offering his help. He tries to stop Yennefer before the power consumes and kills her. Jaskier expressed his last wish, but the djinn only seems to be getting stronger.

That's because as Geralt explains, it is he who has the wishes. He refuses to make the last wish in fear that Yennefer becoming a vessel for the djinn would have her lose control.

Yennefer states that true transformation is painful and that she'll take the djinn herself. Yennefer becomes unstable. The house itself starts to collapse.

In saving Yennefer from herself and her own desires, Geralt makes his final wish to free the djinn.

The building then caves in on them. Yennefer manages to portal herself and Geralt downstairs before the building comes crashing down on them.

She blames him for the djinn's escape and all the havoc it will cause. Geralt informs her that djinn are only dark creatures when they're held captive.

He's certain that it won't cause much harm now that it's free. Geralt and Yennefer then have sex. Afterward, Yennefer asks what he wished for, but Geralt does not reveal it.

He then sleeps, soundly. Yennefer and her latest companion Eyck of Denesle were among four teams to join in on a hunt to slay a green dragon.

Yennefer greeted Geralt and Jaskier for the first time in year. She couldn't help but wonder why she kept running into Geralt despite walking the earth for decades prior and never meeting a single witcher.

She explained that she was there to accompany Eyck as he was to slay the dragon. All four groups decide to settle down on the mountain side.

However, Borch warned Eyck against eating a certain part of the creature. Another warning that went unconsidered by Eyck.

It's why he'd make a great lord after slaying the dragon. With Yennefer as his mage. Boholt interrupted and made an lewd remark towards Yennefer.

Eyck took his leave as his stomach started to gurgle after failing to heed Borch's warning. They proceeded to discussed how the rightful son of Nilfgaard had returned and started burning through the south.

With Fringilla as his mage. Wouldn't be long before they tried to take Sodden. Yennefer awakened the following morning to find Eyck missing.

Yarpen found him dead by a tree with his pants down and throat slit. Nevertheless, the hunt continued.

Proposing a truce until they reached the next peak. Geralt tried to convince Yennefer to join them on the shorter path.

Much like Yarpen, Yennefer suspected that Boholt killed her escort before he could accomplish the one task she needed him for.

Yennefer revealed there are certain healing properties dragons are said to possess. However, Geralt informed her that fertility cures using fresh dragon hearts were a myth.

Geralt also didn't believe she'd make a good mother. Yennefer explained that she wanted her choice to bear a child back. Geralt informed her that witchers can't have children either.

They were made sterile because their lifestyle weren't suited for a child. He then unintentionally revealed to Yennefer his Child of Surprise.

A tight squeeze for anyone larger than that of a dwarf. The only thing preventing them from plummeting to the ground was Geralt holding on to the other end of the chain.

Borch told Geralt to let him go. While in her tent, Yennefer got a visit from Geralt. Yennefer admitted to being worried for Geralt on the mountain.

Her scent was mesmerizing. The moment he dreaded most every time she left is when it faded. Yennefer reminded Geralt that it was he who left first in Rinde.

She woke up in the destroyed house, and he was gone. Geralt asked for forgiveness and kissed Yennefer. After having sex, Yennefer questioned if the rumors were true about witchers being devoid of human emotion.

Geralt explained that was false. People say whatever justified despising his kind. If the choice had been his, Yennefer wondered what Geralt would've been instead of a witcher.

Much like Geralt, Yennefer didn't have much of a choice in being a mage. She always dreamed of becoming important to someone some day.

Geralt assured Yennefer that she was important to him. Yennefer woke up the following morning to find Geralt still at her side.

At a quick pace, they could make it back to the Pensive Dragon before sundown, however, Yennefer had no intentions of turning around.

She was still intent on killing the dragon. She then rushed off to the dragon's cave after noticing the dwarves were already ahead of her.

Yennefer caught up to the dwarves, freezing them in place, allowing for her to pass them by and enter the cave. Once inside, she found the wounded green dragon protecting its egg.

Geralt arrived soon thereafter. The green dragon was dead, but she was not alone. Enter the gold dragon, who revealed itself to be Borch.

When the dragoness was injured, her cry was heard by Villentretenmerth. But the egg could not be moved or the life inside it would die, which is why the dragon attacked.

She was as protecting her baby. So Borch came to find Geralt, the knight who was taught to save dragons rather than kill them.

They are faced with Boholt and one remaining Reaver. Yennefer made sure that it was her who killed Boholt.

Afterward, Borch paid off Yarpen and his men; offering them teeth belonging to the green dragon to take to the king as proof of its demise.

Borch thanked Geralt and Yennefer for all their help in defending him and his family. He noted that he sees why Geralt didn't want to lose her.

Yennefer questioned the meaning behind this, and Geralt revealed that he was referring to Rinde and their encounter with the djinn.

That was why they couldn't escape each other. Because Geralt wished for it. Yennefer took that to mean that her feelings for Geralt were also magic, though he insisted that wasn't true.

An argument ensued, resulting in the two parting ways. Borch saved them both a lot of hurt with a little pain now.

He revealed that Yennefer would never regain her womb, and Geralt would lose Yennefer. Coming from Caingorn , Yennefer arrived in Nazair , a Nilfgaard ran excavation site, where she reunited with Istredd after years apart.

Why they're digging? The tunes described a "magnalith" in Nazair, but no one could find it until Istredd arrived and Nilfgaard tore through the lands.

They allowed his research. Every glyph had a clue to something across the continent from a time before the Conjunction.

Yennefer took a sip of the ale, which she described as having a terrible taste. However, Istredd claimed that the people of Nazair were starving before Nilfgaard's arrival.

Yennefer surmised that Istredd "bought in. She questioned how much longer Istredd intended to stay in Nazair as she missed him.

Yennefer asked if it wasn't to late to do what they always talked about all those years ago in the cave of Aretuza.

Living a life together. Istredd could excavate as she worked as a mage. He recalled how Yennefer always hated monoliths.

Admittedly this was true, but Yennefer had spent decades being the object of desire, having anyone she wanted. But they all loved the power that came with her position at court.

Not her actual power. And no one had ever seen that but Istredd. Yennefer kissed him. However, he pulled away.

He spent years waiting for the moment that Yennefer realized that they were meant for each other. Coming up with excuses to study at Aedirn.

Anything to get closer to her, but every request he made was denied by her. It was Stregobor who snapped him out of it. He reminded Istredd of the beauty of their work.

Yennefer went after the thing she loved, so she chose power. At least she kept her eyes, he remarked, before departing.

Yennefer was then approached by Vilgefortz of Roggeveen , who was in need of her help. Nilfgaard had been conscripting mages into their service.

And since neither of them possessed a legitimate letter of safe conduct, they both should leave as fast as possible.

He needed Yennefer to accompany him back to Aretuza. He and Tissaia needed her help. Tissaia even said herself that Yennefer was the best student she'd ever taught.

Yennefer accompanied him back to Aretuza, where he and Vanielle of Brugge informed her that Nilfgaard was planning to attack Cintra.

Not that Yennefer cared. She only cared for finding Tissaia. To her surprise, Tissaia had no idea she was in Aretuza. Vilgefortz lied to Yennefer in hopes of convincing her to join their cause.

Yennefer returned to her old room to find three initiates, Fola, Glacella, and Murta playing around, claiming to be studying botany.

They questioned why she's back. A question that not even Yennefer at the time could answer. She offered to show them what the herbs used in botany were truly good for.

While the herbs possessed certain healing properties, when mixed, they act as psychedelics. From the girls, Yennefer discovered that Glacella never had a "conduit moment" and that certain initiates were buying their way into the Aretuza.

Yennefer showed the girls a more terrifying fate than being expelled should they get caught. She took them to Aretuza's windmill, where many years prior, she watched Tissaia turn her friends into eels.

Yennefer informed the girls that the ability to create life would be taken from them, so that when they were sent out into the world, the only family and loyalty they'd have was to Aretuza.

Initiates like Glacella, "with all the magical talent of shoe leather," would end up in the water with the rest of Yennefer's sisters who never ascended.

Tissaia interrupted Yennefer's schooling of the girls and sent them to their rooms. She went on to tell Yennefer that she should stop with the one life she'd already ruined, that being her own.

Yennefer never wanted to come back, referring to Aretuza as a joke, letting in girls who couldn't even do magic. Tissaia explained that they had to make compromises in order to survive.

Tissaia departed after noticing a gathering of the mages, leaving Yennefer clueless. Fortunately, she found Triss Merigold , who told her that an emergency conclave of the Northern Mages was called after Nilfgaard took Marnadal.

Artorius, Stregobor, and Tissaia led the conclave. Artorius and Stregobor had no desire to go to war with Nilfgaard, especially not for Cintra, who rejected their mages for decades.

However, Vilgefortz worried that more kingdoms would fall after Cintra as Nilfgaard wanted the entire continent.

Rather than watching them fall, Tissaia wanted to help Cintra defeat Nilfgaard. Sabrina, Vilgefortz, and Vanielle sided with Tissaia, wanting to convince the kings to send their armies because if they didn't stop Nilfgaard now, more kingdoms would fall.

Fringilla arrived at the conclave and denounced any suspicion that Nilfgaard was planning to take over the continent.

Under their new leader, Emperor Emhyr var Emreis , Nilfgaard had strengthened trade and funded research. Fringilla believed that in taking Cintra, they had a chance of saving the continent.

If the Northern mages wouldn't take sides, Fringilla asked that they at least stay out of her way. Fringilla then pointed out that if not for Yennefer, she never would've been assigned to Nilfgaard, and it wouldn't be the empire it is today.

Artorius joked that had they sent Yennefer to Nilfgaard as planned, it would still be a "shitty backwater.

Instead of Nilfgaard, she went to a prized kingdom and did "fuck all for decades. If given an option, she'd vote to burn it all down.

The mages put it to a vote. Unfortunately, most sided with Stregobor and Artorius to allow Cintra to fend for themselves. Once the conclave concluded, Yennefer and Tissaia resumed their previous discussion.

Tissaia insisted that there are girls who need the help that only Aretuza can provide. She also added that Yennefer was right, back in Rinde when Tissaia visited her.

But now, they may have to put their differences aside to stop Nilfgaard. Tissaia, Vilgefortz, and some of the other mages planned to fight, and she was hoping Yennefer would join them.

They needed to get to the Elven keep that guarded it before Nilfgaard did. They had already sent word to the Northern kingdoms.

Temeria and Kaedwen agreed to join them in defending the land. The plan was to protect the keep.

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The half-elf blood caused her to be born with a twisted spine, and she believes that this is why no one could ever love her.

Istredd kisses her, as if to prove Yennefer wrong about no one loving her. Yennefer takes the flower she got from Istredd to Tissaia, as it was a test to see if Yennefer could control her emotions long enough to get it from him.

Yennefer asks if this means she's ready to "ascend," and is told to listen for the knock. Yennefer listens for the knock as instructed.

However, it's not her door that Tissaia knocks on. Nevertheless, she takes the opportunity to spy on Tissaia as she turns three of the initiates into eels.

Tissaia instructs her to push them into the water. Tissaia took away their control, but they still have power. They're conduits for Aretuza.

So when Yennefer takes a broom and pushes them into the water, all of Aretuza lights up with magic. It's initiation day at Aretuza, and Yennefer and Istredd are having sex in front of an illusory audience.

Afterward, they share their mutual fears of being separated with Istredd exploring ruins and Yennefer working as a mage to King Virfuril.

Yennefer recalls the frightened girl she once was, completely unaware of her power. She wants to go back home to Aedirn and never be that girl again.

Yennefer meets with the enchanter. Every girl he enchants leaves Aretuza a living work of art, no matter how challenging the task.

He allows Yennefer to pick a dress, and she chooses the grey one. Tissaia enters and tells Yennefer that they remake themselves on their terms.

Yennefer has the power to "free the victim in the mirror" forever. Tissaia instructs Yennefer to close her eyes and imagine the most powerful woman in the world, and takes that image from her mind and transposes it onto the mirror for Yennefer to see.

Later, Yennefer demands an audience with the Chapter after discovering that she is being sent to Nilfgaard rather than Aedirn as promised.

Tissaia reveals that it was her blood that finalized the Chapter's decision. Sending a quarter-elf to Aedirn would only further ostracize Cintra given their hatred for elves.

It was Stregobor who told the Chapter about Yennifer's true father, and Yennefer realizes that the only way he could've known is if Istredd told him.

Yennefer refuses to attend the initiation. Istredd finds her in the ruins forging her father's name on a deed to declare her as his natural born daughter.

Istredd apologizes for telling Stregobor her secret, so she wants him to go back to the Chapter and tell them that he lied, but it's too late as Yennefer missed initiation and the enchantments are done.

Istredd offers to right his wrong, considering that the Brotherhood offered him a seat on the research chapter, so he he wishes to bring Yennefer along.

However, she wants more than a life "holding dustpans while he brushes bones. Not only beauty, Yennefer wants power, she admits.

She leaves the unfinished deed behind in her angered retreat. She finds the enchanter and demands that he make her beautiful. Despite not having the necessary herbs to sedate her during the procedure, Yennefer demands that he go through with it.

Yennefer removes her clothes and is strapped to a chair. She requests that the enchanter leave her purple eyes and scars.

Before proceeding, he informs Yennefer there is a cost to a creation. To be reborn, Yennefer will bear no more. The enchanter surgically removes Yennefer reproductive organs.

He uses them to form a paste that when applied to Yennefer's skin, causes a transformation. Yennefer screams out in pain as internal flames crack her skin.

Her body takes shape; her spine forcefully straightens, as does her jaw. The pain is so overwhelming that she breaks free of her chains. Following a successful enchantment, Yennefer arrives at the Aretuzan ball, catching everyone's eye.

Completely reborn, and appearing almost entirely like a new person. She greets the king of Vengerberg, who discards Fringilla in favor of her.

The two then dance center floor, and she wins Aedirn as she originally wanted. She travels with Queen Kalis and her newborn child in a carriage guarded by King Virfuril's soldiers.

Many fear for Queen Kalis as she has yet to produce a boy to inherit the throne from Virfuril.

Kalis envies Yennefer's life as a king's mage. However, Yennefer gave up everything to get her seat at court, and in return, she's spent the last three miserable decades cleaning up political debacles.

Nonetheless, Kalis argues that Yennefer made the right choice, until the horse carriage suddenly comes under attack. Yennefer and Queen Kalis exit the carriage to find all but one of the guards dead.

Standing no more than 50 feet away is an assassin and a koshchey. Yennefer opens a portal for Kalis, her daughter, the guard, and herself to escape through.

They emerge from the portal in a desert, where Yennefer is fairly certain the assassin was paid to kill Queen Kalis as she's repeatedly failed to provide the king a male heir.

The assassin then tracks them to the desert, Yennefer and Kalis managing to escape through another portal while the guard is killed in the process.

They now arrive in an undetermined town, and Yennefer asks Kalis if she has something of the king's that could be traced.

Confirming her suspicion, the assassin tracks and joins them not a second later, his koshchey lunging at Yennefer. She slows it down long enough for Queen Kalis, the child, and herself to escape through another portal to a mountain top, where Yennefer leaves the queen and her child after being tracked for a third time.

Each time Yennefer makes a new portal it seems to take more and more effort to create a new one. Yennefer appears in a field of sunflowers after having left the queen and her child behind.

Yennefer eventually returns to find Kalis dead. She kills the koshchey, takes the child, and portals to safety though not before the assassin throws a knife at her as she goes through the portal.

Yennefer emerges on a beach, and drags herself and the child to shore. The princess doesn't make it due to the knife haivng grazed Yennefer and the baby, enough to fataly wound the infant.

As the sun sets, Yennefer settles on the beach with the princess' infant body by her side. She believes the child is better off dead rather than having to endure the trials and tribulations of life.

She then buries the child beneath the sand. Yennefer enters a shop in search of assistance. Much like herself, the owner of the shop, Hemet, is a mage as well, and both have chosen to live a life off the grid, unbounded by the rules of the Brotherhood.

She leaves empty handed after failing to provide enough pay. Yennefer starts her own business in Rinde ; using her magic to fix the problems of the townspeople, so long as they're willing to pay.

She has customers lined down the road until she is confronted by the town mayor, Beau Berrant. He's come to collect what's due to the kingdom, but Yennefer ends up arrested when she refuses to comply.

Yennefer receives a visit from Tissaia, who she hasn't seen in years. Not since she maneuvered her way onto Aedirn court over 30 years ago.

Yennefer remained hidden for a while, but now she's making noise in search of a solution to her problem; Yennefer wishes to bare children.

Tissaia has come to warn her that the mages that Yennefer is enlisting won't help her with her problem, because Yennefer is "pure chaos" at the moment.

She wants a cure for her infertility, and it's making her sloppy. The Brotherhood left her to her own devices once she abandoned Aedirn, but her recent behavior will make her a target.

Tissaia invites Yennefer to return to Aretuza, but she turns Tissaia down. Yennefer suspects that Tissaia only wants to see her thrive so long as she has a hand in it.

Tissaia swears this is not true, and she questions what more Yennefer could possibly want, to which she replies "everything.

That night, Yennefer hosts an orgy consisting of several dozen townspeople. To her surprise, the witcher, Geralt of Rivia, interrupts.

She knows him as the White Wolf. He requests her help in saving his ally, Jaskier. She questions just how powerful Geralt is, but Jaskier was attacked by a djinn and whatever it did to him is spreading, so Geralt insists on focusing on him.

Should Yennefer cure him, Geralt promises to indulge her curiosity. Yennefer agrees to his terms, and states the phrase "ragamuffin," releasing the citizens of Rinde awaken from their trance, completely unaware of their actions.

Yennefer puts Jaskier in a deep healing sleep. He'll be out long enough for Geralt to bathe, and she's even acquired his clothes.

As Geralt bathes, she points out that fishing for a djinn is an extreme measure to remedy sleeplessness. Geralt replies that he's desperate.

Yennefer undresses and sits back-to-back with Geralt in the bath. She wonders if all witchers are as blessed as he is, being as they're made from magic, mage magic.

However, as Geralt explains, it didn't make for a happy childhood. Judging by Yennefer's scars, he can tell she didn't have much of a happy childhood either.

He accuses her of capitalizing on the political situation of Rinde, though Yennefer claims that she's serving the stifled townspeople. Ultimately, they both know there's more to the other's claim than they're revealing.

Fortunately for Geralt, Yennefer has decided that his company and conversation is payment enough for her services. While Geralt doesn't doubt her capabilities, he does doubt her intentions.

Yennefer assures Geralt that Jaskier will survive and recover his vocal talents. Geralt looks around and realizes that Yennefer is attempting to trap the djinn.

She explains that it's tied to this plane and its master. With Jaskier only making two wishes, Yennefer needs him to make his third and final wish so that she can capture the djinn.

Geralt is taken over by the sudden smell of lilac and gooseberries. Yennefer kisses him and in that moment has full control of him.

She uses him to enact her revenge against a couple town council members. As Yennefer prepares the spell, Jaskier awakens.

She holds him against the wall and tells him to make a wish. Jaskier makes his final wish, and Yennefer releases him. She then starts chanting to summon the djinn.

Geralt returns, offering his help. He tries to stop Yennefer before the power consumes and kills her.

Jaskier expressed his last wish, but the djinn only seems to be getting stronger. That's because as Geralt explains, it is he who has the wishes.

He refuses to make the last wish in fear that Yennefer becoming a vessel for the djinn would have her lose control. Yennefer states that true transformation is painful and that she'll take the djinn herself.

Yennefer becomes unstable. The house itself starts to collapse. In saving Yennefer from herself and her own desires, Geralt makes his final wish to free the djinn.

The building then caves in on them. Yennefer manages to portal herself and Geralt downstairs before the building comes crashing down on them.

She blames him for the djinn's escape and all the havoc it will cause. Geralt informs her that djinn are only dark creatures when they're held captive.

He's certain that it won't cause much harm now that it's free. Geralt and Yennefer then have sex. Afterward, Yennefer asks what he wished for, but Geralt does not reveal it.

He then sleeps, soundly. Yennefer and her latest companion Eyck of Denesle were among four teams to join in on a hunt to slay a green dragon.

Yennefer greeted Geralt and Jaskier for the first time in year. She couldn't help but wonder why she kept running into Geralt despite walking the earth for decades prior and never meeting a single witcher.

She explained that she was there to accompany Eyck as he was to slay the dragon. All four groups decide to settle down on the mountain side.

However, Borch warned Eyck against eating a certain part of the creature. Another warning that went unconsidered by Eyck. It's why he'd make a great lord after slaying the dragon.

With Yennefer as his mage. Boholt interrupted and made an lewd remark towards Yennefer. Eyck took his leave as his stomach started to gurgle after failing to heed Borch's warning.

They proceeded to discussed how the rightful son of Nilfgaard had returned and started burning through the south.

With Fringilla as his mage. Wouldn't be long before they tried to take Sodden. Yennefer awakened the following morning to find Eyck missing.

Yarpen found him dead by a tree with his pants down and throat slit. Nevertheless, the hunt continued.

Proposing a truce until they reached the next peak. Geralt tried to convince Yennefer to join them on the shorter path.

Much like Yarpen, Yennefer suspected that Boholt killed her escort before he could accomplish the one task she needed him for.

Yennefer revealed there are certain healing properties dragons are said to possess. However, Geralt informed her that fertility cures using fresh dragon hearts were a myth.

Geralt also didn't believe she'd make a good mother. Yennefer explained that she wanted her choice to bear a child back.

Geralt informed her that witchers can't have children either. They were made sterile because their lifestyle weren't suited for a child.

He then unintentionally revealed to Yennefer his Child of Surprise. A tight squeeze for anyone larger than that of a dwarf.

The only thing preventing them from plummeting to the ground was Geralt holding on to the other end of the chain. Borch told Geralt to let him go.

While in her tent, Yennefer got a visit from Geralt. Yennefer admitted to being worried for Geralt on the mountain.

Her scent was mesmerizing. The moment he dreaded most every time she left is when it faded. Yennefer reminded Geralt that it was he who left first in Rinde.

She woke up in the destroyed house, and he was gone. Geralt asked for forgiveness and kissed Yennefer. After having sex, Yennefer questioned if the rumors were true about witchers being devoid of human emotion.

Geralt explained that was false. People say whatever justified despising his kind. If the choice had been his, Yennefer wondered what Geralt would've been instead of a witcher.

Much like Geralt, Yennefer didn't have much of a choice in being a mage. She always dreamed of becoming important to someone some day.

Geralt assured Yennefer that she was important to him. Yennefer woke up the following morning to find Geralt still at her side.

At a quick pace, they could make it back to the Pensive Dragon before sundown, however, Yennefer had no intentions of turning around.

She was still intent on killing the dragon. She then rushed off to the dragon's cave after noticing the dwarves were already ahead of her.

Yennefer caught up to the dwarves, freezing them in place, allowing for her to pass them by and enter the cave. Once inside, she found the wounded green dragon protecting its egg.

Geralt arrived soon thereafter.

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