As a long time admirer of the Witcherverse, I'm a bit concerned with the wiki you have created. Wouldn't be better to have the information about showrunners and actors of all Witcher-related media stored in one place? Wikis about Tolkienverse or Planetos suffer because of splitting, as editors tend to stay in one place. (As I can sadly prove with myself as an example; I rarely edited here while working on Gamepedia's Witcher Wiki, now I rarely have time to edit Gamepedia because of improving Fandom's one.) And instead of plenty editors working together on single wiki, there are plenty wikis with a couple of editors per each.
I can understand some of your possible concerns - this wiki's current graphics reflect The Witcher 3, which may scare potential watchers off, or encourage angry gamers to be angry gamers. I can assure you however that we change the graphics from time to time; I guess we are going to use Netflix background in near future, and as for angry gamers, we try to monitor the comments in real time.
I'm writing you here because I don’t feel like starting another thread. Please don’t remove Tissaia's or other's pictures from their main articles if we, admins, agreed we want to use them (even if they are from Netflix show).
I think it is not needed as she is only mentioned in a single episode :/ quite sad, I was waiting for flashbacks from Renfri's life, but I understand that recording them all after the recast would be problematic to the budget
How do we know that the assassin's insectoid is a koschey?
Is the show doppler's name provided anywhere? They are (or he is, if the royal we is used just for fun) quite important character (and one of the very few dopplers we know of) and it would be quite cool to have an article devoted to this person. If the name is unknown, we would have to name the article like "Unknown doppler" or sth :/
Koschey came up during one of the discussions we were having amongst the team. Can't remember who said it though.
To my knowledge, he's credited as "The Adonis". But at the time some of these summaries were written, that info wasn't privy, which is why some are written the way they are. Screeners aren't perfect unfortunately.
Hmm, I also heard a theory that the arachnid is an idr; I may try to contact my friends in Platige Images to be sure, if the monster is their design they should probably know. But I like this theory; the monster looks more like the idr described in the book than the one depicted by the illustrator of the stories: we would have a nice pic to use in the article.