Gesheft is a Silver Sword in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Silver Swords form one half of Geralt's primary Weapons which he uses to deal damage to Enemies in combat. Silver Swords are highly effective against Monsters and most supernatural beings, and are often the only way to deal consistent damage to them but they are less effective against regular humans and non-magical opponents. They can be enhanced with most Oils to specialize against certain enemy types, dealing increased damage and some can be socketed with Runestones or Runewords for more bonus effects. This Weapon is available with the Blood and Wine DLC.
- Note that Damage and Level are not listed due to Damage's dependence on the item's Level, and the randomness of the item's Level when acquired.
Gesheft Weapon Attributes in The Witcher 3
Gesheft has the following properties:
+20% Aard Sign intensity
+20% Igni Sign intensity
+20% Quen Sign intensity
+20% Yrden Sign intensity
+20% Axii Sign intensity
How to obtain Gesheft in The Witcher 3
Gesheft can be obtained as follows:
- Obtained by following the Will o' the Wisp at the end of the Beyond Hill and Dale quest until you reach an unlit campfire. Light it and loot the sword.
Gesheft Crafting Information in The Witcher 3
Gesheft can be crafted with the following Components:
- See Gesheft (Crafted) for the crafted version
When Gesheft is dismantled, the following items can be obtained:
- Leather Scraps x 3
- Leather Straps x 1
- Dimeritium Ore x 4
- Orichalcum Ore x 4
- Sapphire Dust x 2
The Witcher 3 Gesheft Weapon Notes & Trivia
- Additional Notes & Trivia for the Gesheft Weapon go here.