A Greedy God

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Location South of Wastrel Manor
Suggested Level 7
Next Quest N/A
Previous Quest Wandering in the Dark

A Greedy God is a Quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

"In the backwoods of Velen Geralt came across an altar, and next to it - two troubled villagers. When asked the source of their worries, the peasants told Geralt the deity they worshipped - the awe-inspiring Allgod - had rejected the offerings they had brought him. The witcher was not a particularly gods-fearinbg individual, yet nevertheless promised that he'd intercede for the peasants with their deity."

A Greedy God Objectives

  1. Address the Allgod using the altar.
  2. FInd the Allgod using your Witcher Senses.
  3. Talk to the peasants.
  4. (Optional) Kill the Sylvan.
  5. Convince the sylvan to change his ways.


  • 50 xp, 25 xp from conversation with Allgod
  • 50 gold
  • ?? items


There are 4 decisions that can be made on this quest:

  1. Kill the Sylvan. (The peasants are not pleased)
  2. Threaten the Sylvan into accepting the humble offerings, and he will agree (peasants are pleased)
  3. Tell the Sylvan to keep deceiving the peasants (peasants are distraught)
  4. Tell the peasants to check the cellar. (peasants will be dead if you check back in a day)

All choices result in the same reward, but you get more xp if you kill the Sylvan simply from killing an enemy.

  • Video Walkthrough links go here (You must add text)

Notes & Trivia

  • The quest is likely only to be available to the player after gaining The Eye of Nehaleni from Keira Metz.
  • Killing Allgod enables you to loot the following Items from his body, 4 Hardened Leather, 25 Crowns, 5 Grilled Pork, 1 Monster Heart, 3 Monster Hair, 1 Moster Liver, 1 Monster Eye, 1 Monster Saliva


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    • Anonymous

      31 Oct 2017 01:50  

      Part 4 of the decision outcomes is simply not true!
      I've done this mission 2 times and both times I chose to tell the peasants about the cave. Not once have I later found their bodies, tho twice I've seen the entrance to the cave filled up with bricks.
      The meaning of this is pretty obvious, since the Sylvan would have no reason to close the entance for good in the first place and also could have just done it with an illusion, as he already did before.
      It is however quite likely, that the peasants would not have been too amused after finding out about the "monster" (definitely in their eyes) that has eaten all their food for years and therefore trapped it/him inside his own cave to let him starve (ironicly fitting end).

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