A short secondary quest called Dirty Funds sees Geralt tracking down some treasure at a bandit camp in northern White Orchard. The camp is on a hill east of White Orchard Cemetery and houses a leader who carries a shield – one of the first shielded opponents that you’ll find in the game.
A small side quest at Count Romilly’s Castle Ruins, leads to the completion of another side quest, called “A Dark Legacy”. This quest is only available if you buy the figurine during the auction during the quest “Open Sesame!”
A great quote from Geralt while exploring Holy Lake in Toussaint. Is something wrong with his face?
A sensible Witcher 3 player will leave a significant proportion of the Smuggler’s Caches until they’re near the end of the game.
Small quests like these in Toussaint are good for free Dimertitium Ingots, Orichalcum Ore and other rare crafting items that contribute to your Grandmaster Gear builds.
It turns out the Grandmaster Wolven Gear diagrams are kept in two sets of three. Both quite close to each other, hidden in Termes Palace.
The extended Yrden circle is 40% bigger than normal, it replenishes Geralt’s stamina quicker when he’s inside it, it lowers his damage taken, and doubles Geralt’s Sign intensity.
I find Isabelle Duchamp’s journal and it points me in the direction of the first Grandmaster Wolven Gear crafting diagram.
A short sub-quest with a final reward guarded by Archespores – deadly, cursed plants that whip you and spit acid at you.
You’ll start to uncover hidden Smuggler’s Caches, scattered in the sea around the islands of Skellige. These are a good source of income.