Maugrim

Maugrim.jpg
Damage 187-229 Silver Damage
Required Level 11
Item Type Relic Item
Upgrade Slots 3
Weight 3.16 kg


Maugrim is a Silver Sword in the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Also known as: 'Aerondight'

Maugrim Information


Weapon Specs

  • 180 Silver Damage
  • 6% Quen intensity
  • 6% Yrden intensity
  • XP Bonus +1% from monsters


Materials Obtained from Deconstruction

 

Location

 

Silver Swords
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    • Anonymous

      31 Jul 2020 03:53  

      Something quite weird and interesting, I play the game on PC and Nintendo Switch crossplay thanks to awesome cloud saving, and in the course of my travels while playing on PC I looted two Maugrims, then I saved my game and switched to playing on my Switch so I could take a **** and keep gaming and the swords were now called Aerondight. I can't find any answers anywhere online and wondering if anyone knows why they did this? Not even wikis for The Witcher 3 tell me anything, useless, it just says the sword is "also known as Aerondight."

      • Anonymous

        28 Jul 2020 04:48  

        Something quite weird and interesting, I play the game on PC and Nintendo Switch crossplay thanks to awesome cloud saving, and in the course of my travels while playing on PC I looted two Maugrims, then I saved my game and switched to playing on my Switch so I could take a dump and keep gaming and the swords were now called Aerondight. I can't find any answers anywhere online and wondering if anyone knows why they did this? Not even wikis for The Witcher 3 tell me anything, useless, it just says the sword is "also known as Aerondight."

        • A Different Maugrim .05 Jul 2016 15:35  

          During the Quest "Wandering in the Dark", after Keira gives Geralt the Eye but before proceeding through the illusion in the small archway, backtrack to a cracked wall under a different archway at the opposite end of the same room, and blast it away with Aard. Down a small set of steps, there is another illusion. Use the Eye and head into the water. There are 3 chests to loot underwater, but if you head left after swimming a short distance, there is a passageway that takes you up some steps and out of the water on the other side. Here you will find a final chest containing the sword and some common items. Beware of the Foglet that attacks when you first touch the chest. I have experimented with the chest and discovered there are several variations of the sword possible to obtain. So, save before opening in case you're not satisfied with the first one you get. 161 has been the highest damage I've seen along with 7% intensity for the signs and 2% xp bonus. I was level 5 at the time and the sword always level 4. Was a significant upgrade for me at such a low level. Not sure if obtaining the chest at a later time is even possible, or if the sword/loot inside would scale to higher levels. I'm sure the underwater passage behind the illusion is mentioned elsewhere on the wiki, but the Maugrim Sword is the main reason for taking the passage in the first place, IMO, and since I came here to see what kind of stats I should be seeing on the sword, only to find that the one mentioned is level 11 with higher damage and similar bonuses, it seemed a good place to mention it.

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