Geralt visits Amavet Fortress Ruins on his way to meet Dune Vildenvert and finds the Serpentine Steel Sword diagram. Afterwards he walks the battlefield with Dune, and his dog Hussar, to look for his missing brother Bastien.
Tracking down the arsonist who burned down Willis’s workshop in White Orchard. There are a number of ways of completing this quest, but using Axii on the suspect is probably the best solution.
While out mopping up the final few undiscovered locations Geralt finds a hidden treasure patrolled by level 40 Drowners, which leads to a short secondary mission called “Waiting For Goe and Doe”.
The tension builds as Geralt goes on the hunt for the monster in the sewers of Oxenfurt. He finds Shani – a Redanian medic, and an old friend of his – having survived an attack by the mysterious creature.
As far as Drowners are concerned, there is no “live and let live”. It’s time to interrupt up their party and introduce them to my good friend, the silver sword.
Fighting Drowners underwater with a crossbow. Actually, these Drowners are very low-level, so they hardly make a dent in my vitality when they hit me.
An excerpt from the quest “The Final Trial”. In it Geralt tells a limerick about Lambert (at the very end of the video), and it’s well worth a listen.
If the barrels are coloured red, then they’re explodable. Exploding barrels roll kinda funny, but are useful for taking enemies out at a distance.
For this guide I’m going to concentrate on the monsters you find in the wilds – the “generic” monsters that can be encountered while out in the world. Not the Monster Contracts – that’s a separate guide.
According to Geralt: something wicked this way comes. Get ready for trouble…