Letter to Yennefer

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Letter to Yennefer
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Description
Inventory/slot
Books
Category
Common item
Type
Other
Source
Table in the Royal Palace in Vizima
Base price
crown(s)
Price to sell
1 crown(s)
Weight
0 weight

Associated quest[edit | edit source]

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

Yennefer, my dear friend,
Thank you for your letter. Forgive me for not answering your earlier attempt to reach me via megascope. I am trying to limit my magic communication to the absolute minimum. One never knows who's listening, don't you agree?
I am delighted you have found a position at our gracious emperor's court and wish you the best of luck in the search for his daughter. It is good to know that Emhyr's intentions for her have become more, how shall I put it, mundane. Perhaps in these circumstances an agreement regarding the Lodge will prove possible after all?
In response to your first question, I can state beyond all doubt that Ciri has not appeared anywhere south of the Yaruga. Believe me, I could recognize her magic signature in my sleep.
I have not had any contact with Triss for a long time. I only know that things in Novigrad have taken an ill turn. She mentioned something earlier about fleeing to Kovir, but I am afraid that in the current political climate that amounts to an impossible daydream.
I hope I will soon be able to join you in Vizima. First, however, I must take care of some unfortunate yet urgent matters in Beauclair.
With my fondest regards,
Fringilla Vigo
P.S. Thank you for the news about Geralt. He always seems to land on his feet, doesn't he?