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Applied Escapology is a Treasure Hunt Quest in The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt from the Blood and Wine DLC. Treasure Hunts are optional Quests not required to finish the game. They are usually activated by interacting with special objects that provide information or clues on the Treasure Hunt objectives. Most treasure hunt quests involve following Geralt's Witcher Senses in order to find the treasure's final location. Complete Treasure Hunts to gain additional rewards. Activate this quest by interacting with the Ecape artist's journal in Toussaint, it can be found: On a corpse on the northwest part of the Toussaint Prison island
Wandering around outside the prison, Geralt came upon a desiccated human skeleton. The notes he found on the remains proved interesting...
Applied Escapology Objectives Witcher 3
- Read the escapologist's journal.
- Find a key near the flooded tunnel.
- Find the sunken ruins and the elven treasure.
Rewards for Applied Escapology in The Witcher 3
Walkthrough for Applied Escapology The Witcher 3
- Activated by: Ecape artist's journal
- Location: Toussaint Prison
- Enemies: Drowner
This Treasure Hunt is activated by obtaining Ecape artist's journal. It can be found: On a corpse on the northwest part of the Toussaint Prison island
The Hidden Treasure marker will be on the Toussaint Prison island towards the northwest corner by the shore.
You can find the Escape artist's journal on a corpse slightly concealed by some shrubs. Read the journe then you will need to fnd the key. You will have the new entrance marker available to follow on your map. Head into the water and dive into the search zone to and loot the skeleton glowing reed in order to obtain the key you need.
Your next marker will lead you to the sunken ruins. You will need to swim to reach this location. Dive once you reach the search area to locate the ruin entrance which will lead to an underwater area full of chests and cargo. Loot chest glowing in red to complete the quest.
Strong winds whirled around Crane Isle at all times. So the bones the witcher found were bleached, polished clean. They had belonged to a specialist in escapology. This professional's métier had been to test the invulnerability of penitentiaries to flight by their inmates. He had performed this service around the world, time and again letting himself be imprisoned, then striving to escape.
It seemed this had been his last attempt. Yet in the notes he had last compiled, he had also made mention of a sunken elven vault. It was said to lie somewhere in the water near the prison. Needless to say, the witcher was interested...
Geralt located the sunken ruins and the elven riches hidden within them. He collected the latter and promptly set off in search of new adventures, content to be suddenly much better off.
The Witcher 3 Applied Escapology Notes & Trivia
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