The Witcher’s Yennefer Embodies Spellbinding Forces in This Striking Cosplay
Cosplayer Mira Ladovira takes on The Witcher's Yennefer in this captivating photoshoot.
For anyone who has played The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Yennefer of Vengerberg is most certainly an unforgettable woman. Playing as one of the main characters in The Witcher 3, Yennefer is ambitious, calculating, and uses people to her own advantage but even so, Geralt of Rivia falls helplessly in love with the sorceress which plays out into a tangled love affair throughout the game. If you also happen to follow the cosplay scene, you’ll have noticed a huge number enjoy nothing more than jumping into the shoes of their favorite Witcher character like Geralt, Ciri and, of course, the memorable Yennefer. Today’s cosplaying highlights come from Russian model Mira Ladovira who portrays the sarcastic sorceress with ease.
As much as this photoshoot may look like a painting or even a scene from The Witcher 3, I can assure you that it’s very real. With the perfect lighting, authentic-looking background props, and a fantastically well put together cosplay attire, Mira’s Yennefer cosplay has come out kicking. Not only has Mira perfected Yennefer long, raven-colored hair, she also nails her corset, knee-high boots, and Yen’s pendant, the Obsidian Star, that hangs off her neck with a velvet choker which she is never seen without. In a few of the shots, we can also see how well Mira and photographer borodkina_cos_photo has captured not only the essence of Yennefer but also the appropriately gathered objects in the background to give it a real Witcher vibe like plush furniture, half-burned candles, goblets, dark woods, lace and flowers.
You can check out all of Mira’s Yennefer pictures, below. As always, I urge people to offer their support to cosplayers due to the fierce amount of talent, skill, and time that goes into putting together an outfit and photoshoot so head on over to Mira’s Twitter or Instagram account to follow her and see what she’s up to next.
The Witcher: Blood Origin will be set 1200 years before Geralt of Rivia, and will feature a chaotic world filled with monsters, men, and elves that will explore how the first Witcher developed. The TV series was one of Netflix’s biggest first seasons ever with over 76 million households tuning in to watch. In the years since its release, there have been tons of great fan creations and art, ranging from a comic book-style illustration of Geralt to a mockup of a Witcher-themed Xbox Series X console and also some of Geralt displaying his dad side.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt celebrated its 5-year anniversary a few months ago so, naturally, I took to my keyboard to type out why I still love it so much to this very day. If you have a few minutes, you can check that out right here. For all things monsters and mythology from The Witcher Netflix show, take a look at this guide that goes into great detail about the lore of the monsters that Geralt encounters.
Be sure to check out our own review for the Netflix series The Witcher here. If gaming is more your style, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Even though there is no release date set yet for CD Projekt Red’s brand-new iOS and Android game titled The Witcher: Monster Slayer, a release date is slated to be revealed later this year.