Lost Goods 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 Nilfgaardian’s notes in Velen, it can be found: On a corpse north from the Ferry Station..
While meandering the bogs of Velen, Geralt found some notes written by a frustrated soldier. He decided to read them - and they turned out to be a quite interesting read, indeed...
Lost Goods Objectives Witcher 3
- Read the letter you found.
- Find the lost chest using your Witcher Senses.
Rewards for Lost Goods in The Witcher 3
Walkthrough for Lost Goods The Witcher 3
This Treasure Hunt is activated by obtaining Nilfgaardian’s notes. It can be found: On a corpse north from the Ferry Station..
South of the Western Gate Signpost or North of the Grotto Signpost, across the water is the Hidden Treasure Location. This area has Drowners nearby. Loot the corpse on the grass to gain Nilfgaardian’s notes. Read the notes than use your Witcher Sense to find the chest nearby
Join the army, they said. You'll kill Nordlings, they said, you'll carry the Great Sun banner to the Dragon Mountains, you'll make the emperor proud!
So I enlisted. And they sent me to Velen. If this is what the whole North is like, then I swear on all the gods, I don't have a clue why we're even bothering. Nothing but filth, clap and graves.
I've been sitting here for two months. Haven't seen a single Redanian yet. Instead of fighting, they got us running errands, each stupider than the last. Now the sergeant's sent us to find some chest. Baubles robbed from the Nordlings, seems. Fell off a wagon as the transport was heading south.
We've been wandering this swamp for three days now. Only thing we've found was a hole-riddled boot and a cow's skull. What a waste... but if we come back without the chest, they'll send us to the hole and deduct three weeks' wages, so we're going to keep searching. For the glory of the fatherland.
The witcher found the chest. Sadly, nearby he also found the bodies of the guards who were charged with protecting it - they were killed by Drowner, like many before them.
The Witcher 3 Lost Goods Notes & Trivia
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