An Abandoned Site just south of Tomira’s house is overrun by Ghouls. Clearing them out allows the population to return and a merchant sets up in the village.
The opening quest of The Witcher 3 – Lilac and Gooseberries – is relatively eventful. First an encounter with a Griffin, then a visit to the White Orchard Inn where Geralt buys some Gwent cards, uses Axii on someone, then plays a round of Gwent with Aldert Geerd.
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.
This is the final monster contract in my current game. Upon exploring a cave near the Tufo Estate, Geralt finds the lair of a unique Shaelmaar that has been killing workers on the vineyard.
Waiting until night, Geralt sets off to investigate the cellar of the Tufo Estate, at the request of the rather rude Jean-Christophe de Bourbeau. He finds a series of tunnels underneath and a nest of Kikimore and their eggs.
There are quite a few quests in The Witcher 3. In fact: there are 309 in total. These are my top 30 favourites.
This level 37 Golem is obviously a Hearts of Stone monster. I’m ten levels above it, but it’s still a force to be reckoned with and takes time to whittle down.
On my way to see Master Mirror I find an Armored Arachas in the trees just outside Oxenfurt. The thing has to be taken out.
Finally: confronting the monster in the Oxenfurt sewers, and the fight with the disgusting, infamous toad creature in Hearts of Stone.
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.