If you buy The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year Edition on GOG.com you’ll get a variety of exclusive extras to download, including some very cool high resolution artwork. Here are a few examples of said artwork, but in low resolution form.
These are unique Witcher 3 monsters that are not contracts, but are related to quests and haven’t been mentioned in either our Boss Fights Guide, our general Monster Guide, or our Monster Contracts Guide.
At the end of the Hearts of Stone quest “Whatsoever A Man Soweth”, should Geralt allow Master Mirror to take Olgierd von Everec’s soul (whether Geralt met with Shakeslock or not), he will then allow him to ask for a reward.
This video shows what happens if you let Master Mirror take Olgierd von Everec’s soul at the end of “Whatsoever A Man Soweth”. Olgierd meets a gruesome end and Gaunter O’Dimm will offer you a reward.
Viper School Witcher Gear is an addition that crops up in certain places in the game – the standard weapons at the very beginning of the base game, and the armour and venomous weapons at specific points in Hearts of Stone.
The Eruption armour is so much fun I decided to extend the testing period. Extended to some Arachas, and some wild dogs. Have you ever seen a dog go boom?
I just enchanted a piece of armour with the Eruption Runeword and wanted to test out if it works, so I jumped on Roach and rode up to three undiscovered locations in the hills of northern Novigrad and tested it out.
Runewords and Glyphwords are special protective words that can be enchanted onto weapons/armour – later in the game – and are part of the Hearts of Stone DLC.
Runestones are the circular magic stones that you fit into the sockets on your weapons to boost their effectiveness. Glyphs are the magic stone tablets that fit into your armour, and are used to boost your Witcher Sign effectiveness.
Gaunter’s riddle challenge is strictly against the clock and there are various distractions put there along the way to slow you down, including a variety of spectre monsters.