According to the folks at Redanian Intelligence, there is a Geralt and Triss sex scene in The Witcher Season 2. Now there will be some of the fan base, book readers wondering why the change? At the same time, fans of the games may simply wonder what the fuss is about? Triss was Geralt’s love interest in the first two Witcher games.
We need to remember that in terms of the books, those CDPR games are not canon. Yet, they do act as sequel to those books. In my opinion, the games actually wrap up the story of The Witcher very nicely. However some of the original books fans don’t feel the same way. In the book Blood of the Elves, there is a scene in Kaer Morhen where Triss tells Geralt she does not want him to be alone. However no actual romance is implied in the book at this point. The outlet says this will change in the show and that a Geralt and Triss sex scene does happen in Kaer Morhen.
It us unknown whether The Witcher show will stop where the books did, or whether they will try to conclude the series in the same way as the games? What does seem clear is that the showrunners like the idea of a love triangle between Geralt and the two sorceresses. Geralt is told that Yen is dead in the show, however it remains unclear whether Triss thinks this too, or keeps the truth from Geralt. I have not finished Blood of the Elves yet as I spent so long reading The Wheel of Time series. However I am aware of the general story and I am certainly a fan of The Witcher games from CDPR.
The Witcher 3 allows the player to choose whether to have Triss or Yennefer as your long term love interest. However, if you try to get both, you get neither of them. The vast majority of the fan base however, think it’s a disgrace to have chosen Triss. I have to admit, I chose Yen on my playthrough also and I also fail to get why some players chose Triss?
What do you think about seeing a Geralt and Triss sex scene in The Witcher Season 2. Are there any books fans upset at this change, or does it just make sense to add to the drama? As always, leave any thoughts below.