Okay, Phillipa, I realize that the last time I sent Geralt barging into your house, he interrupted some casual S&M between you and your apprentice, and the time before that, I interrupted a sensual massage of some sort.

But was it really necessary to post two Scoia'tel outside your room to prevent future interruptions? All of my available quests require speaking to you, but your two doormen never seem to take a break, and I've been trying to reach you for several in-game days now.

Did you want my help curing Saskia and breaking the Curse, or not?

What's the deal with the Elven Doormen? When do they take a break? How can I get in to speak with Phillipa the Sorceress?

  • @Matthew - they are un-interactable, and completely block the door. Commented May 27, 2011 at 3:24
  • @Matthew, you remind me of someone who once made me an offer I couldn't refuse..
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    Commented May 27, 2011 at 7:34

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That's not Phillipa's house. That's where Saskia is recuperating. Philipa's house is in the same part of the town as the blacksmith.

  • Hunh. The quest marker is pointing towards that house... but then again, the quest marker has lied to me before. Let's see if I can't find the real house, then. Commented May 27, 2011 at 13:59

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