What Was This About Again?

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Type Treasure Hunts
Expansion Blood and Wine
Region Toussaint
Location North Plegmund's Bridge
Suggested Level 43

What Was This About Again? is a Treasure Hunt Quest in The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt from the Blood and Wine 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 Ship captain's log in Toussaint, it can be found: On a skeleton in the ship North Plegmund's Bridge 



While strolling the banks of the Sansretour, Geralt came upon a riverboat. Within it, he found the remains of its captain. The old salt had not parted with his ship's log, even in death. His curiosity piqued, the witcher proceeded to look through the mariner's notes...


What Was This About Again? Objectives Witcher 3 

  • Read the captain's log.
  • Find the treasure chest.


Rewards for What Was This About Again? in The Witcher 3

  • Miscellaneous
  • Diagram: Tah'rel
  • 200 crowns oren icon currency witcher 3 wiki guide


Walkthrough for What Was This About Again? The Witcher 3

This Treasure Hunt is activated by obtaining Ship captain's log. It can be found: On a skeleton in the ship North Plegmund's Bridge 

Follow the shoreline North Plegmund's Bridge to reach the treasure marker. You can find and pick up the Ship captain's log on a skeleton in the ship North Plegmund's Bridge. Read the log then find the treasure chest. Loot the chest to complete the quest.


Journal Entry:

 Geralt thus learned the boat's story, including how it had run aground. But that was not all, no, that was not all! A shaelmaar had played a part in the boat's demise. The monster could still be prowling about. In his ship's log, the captain also mentioned a casket brimming with jewels. The witcher resolved to kill the beast and find the treasure!
All shaelmaars are demanding foes, and this one proved no different. Yet in his time Geralt had bested beasts far more ferocious. So he first gutted the monster, then found the chest full of precious stones.


The Witcher 3 What Was This About Again? Notes & Trivia

  • Notes, Tips, Other Trivia for TW3 What Was This About Again?.



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