The Sword, Famine and Perfidy
|Expansion||Hearts of Stone|
|Location||Sunken boat wreck|
The Sword, Famine and Perfidy is a Treasure Hunt Quest in The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt from the Hearts of Stone DLC. 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 Dirtied letter in Novigrad, it can be found: on a body in a hut
In a certain cellar located near a nest of drowners, Geralt found a body. Quite curiously, the deceased had not been torn apart by the monsters, but seemed to have died of thirst, having been barricaded in the cellar by some third party. Near the body Geralt found a key and some notes, all of which he took with him.
The Sword, Famine and Perfidy Objectives Witcher 3
- Find and read dirtied letter in the hut
- Clear the entrance to the cellar and read Brother Anselm's letter
- Find the sunken ship using your Witcher Senses
Rewards for The Sword, Famine and Perfidy in The Witcher 3
Walkthrough for The Sword, Famine and Perfidy The Witcher 3
- Activated by: Dirtied letter
- Location: Sunken boat wreck
This Treasure Hunt is activated by obtaining Dirtied letter. It can be found: on a body in a hut
Northwest the Cavern signpost by the boat area is bloody in a hut by the shore surrounded by Drowners. Loot the body to obtain a Dirtied letter which will begin the treasure hunt. Read the letter and take the trapdoor to the caller and you will fin d aletter on a body. Obtain Brother Anselm's letter and read it. This will lead you to the next location, the sunken ship. Use your witcher senses to search the area. The ship will be surrounded by Drowners and there will be a chest on the ship. Loot the chest to complete the quest.
From the notes Geralt learned about a treasure hidden in a locked chest on a ship. He suspected the key to that chest was the very one he had found by the body.
Geralt had found his fair share of hidden treasure before, so he found the chest without too much difficulty and took its contents for himself.
The Witcher 3 The Sword, Famine and Perfidy Notes & Trivia
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