Battlefield Loot

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Type Treasure Hunts
Region Velen
Location Grassy Knoll
Suggested Level 20

Battlefield Loot is a Treasure Hunt in The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. 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 Crumpled notes in Velen, it can be found: South from Eternal Fire Chapel.



Geralt found a mutilated corpse which was carrying some notes. The blood which had soaked through the paper had not completely obscured the writing - and made the witcher all the more curious as to its contents...


Battlefield Loot Objectives Witcher 3 

  • Read the notes you found.
  • Follow the blood trail from the battlefield to the loot using your Witcher Senses.


Rewards for Battlefield Loot in The Witcher 3

  • Random relic sword
  • Miscellaneous


Walkthrough for Battlefield Loot The Witcher 3

This Treasure Hunt is activated by obtaining Crumpled notes. It can be found: South from Eternal Fire Chapel.

The Hidden Treasure marker is across the water south of the Eternal Fire Chapel Signpost. There will be a Blige Hag roaming a small area in the camp. 

Clear her and you will be able to reach the body next to the dog. This will have the crumpled notes and the Key attached to the crumpled notes. Read the notes and follow the blood trail with your Witcher Senses. Find the Chest hiding behind some barrels in the same area. Clear the barrels and loot the chest to complete the quest. 


Journal Entry:

 I always said Musky was a clever pup! He understands more words than quite a few men. He can do all sorts of tricks - sit, roll over, and if you give him a scrap of bacon, he'll even shake your hand. But today, why, he's outdone himself today.
I look, and there's Musky, running in from the field carrying something in his mouth. I think, "maybe it's a hare, and I'll be able to whip up a stew, sell the fur?" But no, it was a sack. All covered in blood, so no wonder he sniffed it out. I look inside... and inside there's a key. A little one, all engraved and ornamented, like it fists some fancy chest or box. So I think, "maybe there's treasure hidden hereabouts, and that's what this key's for?" So I think I'll go for a walk, see what I can see. If I find it, I swear to Melitele, Musky's going to eat nothing but veal for the rest of his days!
That blood on the sack's got me a it worried, though... But I'll take a thick club with me, so if anything pops out of the bushes, it'll get a thumping. You don't live but once, so you might as well take some risks, I always say!

Perhaps Musky was indeed a clever pup, but his owner was not the wisest of men, and his club didn't seem to have helped him much, Geralt's swords, on the other hand, served him very well. He hunted down the place where the treasure was hidden and, with no small amount of satisfaction, took its contents for himself. 


The Witcher 3 Battlefield Loot Notes & Trivia

  • Notes, Tips, Other Trivia for TW3 Battlefield Loot.



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    • Anonymous
      No key bug05 Jul 2016 09:35  

      Opened the chest and the program crashed. Reloaded me in front of the chest but I no longer had the key. Quest is stuck in my quest log.

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