paperchase blood and wine dlc quests witcher 3 wiki guide 300px min
Type Secondary Quests
DLC Blood and Wine
Location Toussaint
Suggested Level 36
Prerequisite none 
Next Quest none

Paperchase is a Secondary Quest in The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. This Secondary Quest is a part of the Blood and Wine DLC. Secondary Quests are optional Quests not required to finish the game. Some of these quests may have a bearing on certain Main Quests or may be a consequence of another Quest.

Paperchase begins when you speak to the Vineyard Owner at The Gran place 


One day, an old acquaintance ran into Geralt and pulled him aside for a chat. He was a vineyard owner for whom Geralt had completed a contract some time ago. The man had been bereft of adequate coin at the time, but, determined to compensate Geralt fairly one day, he had set up a savings account in the witcher's name at the local bank. Now that years' worth of interest had accrued and Geralt had returned to the duchy, he needed only go to the bank and collect his due.


The Witcher 3 Paperchase Objectives

  • Go to the Cianfanelli Bank.
  • Talk to the bank clerk about your account.
  • Obtain an A38 Permit from Window 1.
  • Ask in the archives about an A38 Permit.
  • Ask in records about an A38 Permit.
  • Defeat angry bank customer. 
  • Return to Window 1 to get Form 202.
  • Using your Witcher Senses, find the clerk from Window 1.
  • Sit and wait until the break ends.
  • Return to Window 1 to get Form 202. 
  • Convince Cianfanelli to pay you your coin.
  • Follow Cianfanelli into the vault.

Give them a week:

  • Wait a week and talk to Cianfanelli.
  • Talk to Cianfanelli about your coin.

Threaten them:

  • Defeat the guards.
  • Get out of the vault.
  • Talk to Cianfanelli. 


Rewards for Paperchase in The Witcher 3

  • 250exp icon witcher 3 wiki guide 
  • 200crowns oren icon currency witcher 3 wiki guide  (waiting a week will earn you 500)


Walkthrough for The Witcher 3 Paperchase

Speak to the Vineyard Owner at The Gran place. This will lead you to the bank. Go to the Cianfanelli Bank and speak to the clerk. She will lead you to window 1. Ask for Permit A38. This will lead to two objectives. Continue to ask for the permit upstairs at the records and downstairs at the archives. The records will request Form 202 from Window 1. On your way down, you may need to defeat angry bank customer. Then return to window 1. She will tell you they're on their break Iso you will have to wait. Interact with the bench. You will have a chance to play a round of Gwent. After the scene go back to the window to ask for form 202. Use flattery to get her to call down Cianfanelli. Convince Cianfanelli to pay you your coin. and follow him to the vault. Enter the vault. You will have two options:

  • Give them a week: " Got a week."
  • Threaten them: " I'll rip that coin out of your throat if I have to" 

If you choose to threaten them, you will have to defeat the guards and then speak to Cianfanelli to end the quest and you will no longer have access to their bank service.

Choose to wait one week and you will have to return after one week before speaking to Cianfanelli to complete the quest. 



Paperchase Journal

After a long bout of trench warfare against the bank's bureaucracy, Geralt finally reached the bank's owner, Giacomo Cianfanelli. Unfortunately, Giacomo was suffering a small liquidity crisis in regards to Geralt's funds. Geralt decided to take a risk and wait a week, but only oncondition that he would not have to procure any additional documents.
Cianfanelli kept his word and not only gave the witcher his coin, but threw in a present as a bonus -- an old family heirloom. It seems the banker meant what his employees were forced to repeat ad nauseam: with him, the customer is always right and he looks after others' coin as if it were his own.

  • Take the coin and beat the guards:

The witcher's visit to Cianfanelli Bank ended in a very witcher-like fashion. Geralt pummeled the guards who tried to restrain him, fought his way to the owner and in clear, concise terms made it clear he would not tolerate any more delays. He collected as much coin as he could and ended up with the dubious honor of finding himself on the list of clients no longer welcome in the bank.

  • Beaten by the guards

In the end, Geralt let his temper boil over and spew forth on Giacomo Cianfanelli, the bank's owner. With fury evident on his knitted brow and waving fists, Geralt went to work on the bank's guards and thus became a persona very much non grata in that establishment.


The Witcher 3 Paperchase Notes & Trivia

  • Notes, Tips, Other Trivia for Paperchase.



The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt All Secondary Quests
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