One question has been haunting me ever since I sided with Roche on my second playtrough , and center around the fate of Loredo and overall the non-human in flotsam , and more specifically around Moril and Mottle .
Spoiler begin .
If you side with Roche all the way in act 1 , betray Iorveth decide to assassinate Loredo , there is strangely less suffering on the non-human side that if you don't . Meaning , there is no pogrom , you get to free Moril (as sad as it was you end her suffering and free her child from the madness of Laredo's family ) Mottle is not burned alive as the other elven woman and overall Flotsam don't suffer Loredo's betrayal overall. The only non-human to suffer are those on the barge , terrorist for some freedom fighter for other,who are deliver to the prison for non-human . On the other hand the act 2 and 3 of roche's path is not so nice for both non-human and Geralt Friends and open a few hard dilemma but This not need be discussed here .
My first save I sided with Iorveth , on TW1 , I was either neutral of Scoia'tael , simply because even tough Siegfried seams nice his I hate all that represent his order , and in the end I was right too hate those bigot . But on TW2 the abuse suffered by the non-human , the casual indifference or pleasure the human showed to those abuse, and after prying Iorveth a bit on his true goal , not childish revenge as the previous Scoia'tael , but the establishment of a state where they could live free of oppression , an Idealistic goal , I sided with him as too both chase Letho and help them, mainly help Zoltan in fact. I was quite pleased with Iorveth's path, contrary to Roche's path in act II and III , you have the possibility to sent event in motion that help the non-human , but that was before I learn of Moril's fate . I explain myself in the act 1 I choose to save the elven women burning instead of taking out Loredo , Iorveth assurance of Loredo's future demise is quite comforting but after searching a bit I learned he stay in control of Flotsam and sell it to Henselt ,and that means Moril is never freed. Moril fate originally comforted me in my first choice of Iorveth , but no I am not so sure anymore. Iorveth Casual dismissal of the fate of flotsam is more and more bothering me.
So basicaly my question is this , is there no way to choose Iorveth , save the elven woman and still kill Loredo? I find it odd that Roche's Commando fail to assassinate him without Gearalt .
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[Spoiler] "Loredo fate" and overall the consequence of your choice siding with roche or Iorveth at the end of act 1
29.08.2013 @ 22:37 #3
Well actually, if you pay attention to Flotsam after you hand the sword to Roche, there are no non-humans among the festivities. I think the point there is that, with out the Scoia'tael commandos to protect the non-humans, they all die in a massacre than in a fight. It's pretty grim news, all in all.
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