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Triss Merigold in the books had blue eyes and chestnut colored hair. She was rather young of age and had natural beauty that she did not need magic to enhance. We don't know her actual age but she is the youngest in the Lodge and is referred to as being young. The games had her as Ciri's older sister with Yen as a mother.
And look at who they picked to be Triss in the series. YUCK. (In regards to the pick).
Why in the world was she picked? For me this might be the worst casting decision made yet.
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I'll hold my complaining til i've seen the series. Who knows, she could be extremely talented. Also all sorceresses use magic to improve their appearance, this could be her without "make-up" and they'll make her better looking with special effects or something. At least i hope that's the case.
One casting choice that really makes no sense to me and probably everyone who has read the books is Fringilla Vigo. But i guess that's what happens when the showrunner is an sjw-feminist.
Well they have to have a token or two and poor Vigo lost that lottery. Didn't Geralt bang her in te books? I can't recall.
They could have written in a brand new character instead of doing it to an existing character. Yes Geralt banged her for a really long time. I think he even mentioned that her appearance was similar to that of Yennefers... that's why he took a liking to her. That and he's one horny bastard in the books as well. Lol