Geralt’s first encounter with Ronvid of the Small Marsh happens just outside Crow’s Perch after speaking with The Baron. Ronvid has pledged to Maid Bilberry that he will cut down one hundred knights in her honour.
There’s something not quite right about the relationship between the local couple Yoana and Fergus Graem, a pair of Armourers at Crow’s Perch.
The denouement to the quest The Warble of a Smitten Knight is activated if you’re passing by Beauclair Palace towards the end of Blood and Wine.
Novigrad Hospitality is a short secondary quest that can be picked-up while riding through Yantra. Two men, Victor and Gascoigne, invite Geralt over for a drink, then try to steal his things.
Winning the Toussaint Gwent tournament isn’t easy – unless you practise with the Skellige deck beforehand. If you go in blind you might not succeed. You’ll need to learn what the new deck can do, and what mistakes to avoid. Plus, you’ll need a bit of luck with the draw.
Geralt quickly hammers his way through three opponents in order to take on the current reigning fistfighting champion of Toussaint, the “Drunken Master”, who he must fight while drunk.
“A true Witcher should never abandon poultry in distress” says Geralt, and thus he takes on the one and only side quest in The Land of a Thousand Fables – “Duck, Duck, Goosed!” – in which he must rescue an imprisoned goose from a nearby bandit camp.
Geralt gets talking to Adrien de Rouleau (aka Le Papillon), a bard who’s noticed that his friend – Jean-Louis Ludovic; a local barber – has gone missing.
Geralt meets the painter to view his final portrait and is taken aback by what he sees…
A funny quest where Geralt agrees to sit for a Toussaint painter. The artist leads The Witcher to a secluded hill near Beauclair Palace, where things then start to go a little wrong.