Muse of Fate
- Sep 1, 2010
If mages choose not to do what witchers do, then witchers could charge a lot of money for their services. What's the point of witchers if they are obsolete now? Why would Geralt train Ciri to basically be a witcher when that professional is obsolete?Charcharo said:Witcher's world is believable by its own rules. Society does not bend the knee just cause elves. Nor does human nature. Nor does its internal logic colapse.
Geralt only attempts Axii on people that are kinda... within its effect . He never even attempts using it on truly smart/willful/magical people.
It would be funny if CDPR let the player attempt use it on Keira only to be humiliated when he calls out his magic
That is the thing. Mages CAN do what Witchers do. There is a logical reason why they dont. Last Wish -> Times of contempt gives insight to it.
But Witchers are not really needed all that much. Not many monsters remain. The ones that do eventually get hammered by soldiers or mages (after payment... hefty at that). Their profession is dying. Wars stimulate it for a bit. But ... for a bit. Nothing more.