Margot's letter to Iorveth is a book and quest item in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

This letter is given to Geralt if he sides with Iorveth during the encounter with Letho at the ruined elven baths. Margot asks him to deliver the letter, but there is no further mention of it in any conversations with Iorveth.

Journal entry Edit

Letter from Margot to Iorveth
Contrary to your claims, Einar Gausel is no collaborator. He yields to Loredo only as much as it is necessary, and is never servile. Louis Merse, however, should be a target. He's kin of some sort to the commander, brought here from gods know where, and has become the most important cog in the bureaucratic machine. He dances to that old bag Clovisse's tune. You should get her too. I have a personal score to settle with her. Those from Lobinden are all right, don't touch them. I suggest you make contact with Anezka. People have grown used to her trips into the forest. She could carry messages and nobody would notice. I think she might be a witch, at the very least she helps my girls whenever they get into trouble. someone will try to lynch her sooner or later, so you may offer her protection in exchange for her aid. And I've no idea what to think about Malena [...]

Associated quest Edit

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