Letter from Triss

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In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Letter from Triss
Tw3 scroll7.png
Contains information about Professor Moreau
Description
Inventory/slot
Quest items / Books
Category
Common item
Type
Other
Source
Delivered by a boy messenger.
Base price
crown(s)
Weight
0 weight

This letter is delivered, along with a map, to Geralt by a young messenger. Its contents differ based on Geralt's previous decisions regarding his love life. This is the letter he received if he was faithful to Triss.

Associated quest[edit | edit source]

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

My Dear Geralt,
I hope all is well. I imagine you hot on the trail of some nasty monster - or is it an overly complex curse this time? Oh Geralt, I wish I knew for certain…
Whatever is keeping you busy, perhaps you'll need a break. For those moments I offer you this intriguing little mystery I happened on in an old manuscript I bought off a merchant from Nazair.
The tome's author claims a certain Professor Moreau once called Beauclair home. And this professor conducted research into witcher mutations.
I don't know much else, but I suspect that alone might pique your interest. The tome mentioned a journal interred with the scholar when he passed. It could very well lead you to his laboratory.
I'm enclosing a map I found folded in the tome. It's smudged in a few places, but I hope it proves useful anyway.
Please be careful and come back to me quickly.
Your Triss.

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In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

Letter from Triss
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A letter scented with perfume, written in Triss' pleasant, flowing hand.
Description
Type
Quest item
Source
Triss via Dandelion
ID
it_scroll_006
it_quest_215

Depending on Geralt's choice of guardian for Alvin in Chapter III, he either receives a letter from Shani or from Triss when he meets Dandelion in Murky Waters as part of the Alvin quest.

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Content[edit | edit source]

Dearest Geralt !
You managed to escape in time and you should not return to the city for a while. Yet I hope we will not remain apart for long...
Our problems, however, do not end there. Alvin used magic to disappear, but I was able to locate him and sent you there. Take care of him, please. I know you don't need convincing — you've come to like him as much as I have. The boy has been through a log and his wild magical talents have awakened. When he was with me, he did not have patience enough to undergo basic magical training, claiming he would rather be an explorer of lost ruins, a discoverer of magical artifacts. I have enclosed a dimeritium amulet that blocks magic. I hope Dandelion hasn't lost it. Please convince Alvin to wear the pendant it [sic] at all times. Take care of him and think of me sometimes. I deeply hope all will be well with us — our little affair can't possibly be more difficult than your mission, can it? Be careful and know that I await your return.
Your Triss

Hmmm ... a reply is probably in order.