Can you find sigi reuven's treasure?Asked by: Ima Feil Jr.
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Count Reuven's Treasure is a main quest in Novigrad. Sigi Reuven, one of Novigrad's underworld bosses needs Geralt's help in order to track down his stolen treasure. This quest can be activated during “Get Junior.” All you need to do to start this quest is to go talk to Reuven anytime after the brawl in the bathhouse.View full answer
Correspondingly, Is it possible to find Dijkstra's treasure?
Yes, in Kovir. Dijkstra is friendly with Esterad Thyssen (deceased) and has established friendship with Tankred Thyssen by helping mages, so getting his treasure back is not a problem.
Likewise, What happens if you let Triss get tortured?. The outcome of the quest is basically the same, no matter what choices you make: Triss and Geralt kill Menge and his mooks; Triss is fine and won't hold it against Geralt; you learn where Dandelion is. ... If you play it right, Triss will kill Menge and the torturer during a cutscene, so you don't have to fight them.
Herein, What happens if you ask Dijkstra about dandelion?
You have the option to ask Dijkstra about Dandelion and during the ensuing conversation he will lead you down a secret passage way to where his gold was stolen. Geralt knows it was Dandelion but you do not need to tell Dijkstra that.
Will Dijkstra help with Dandelion?
(Optional) Ask Dijkstra for help rescuing Dandelion.
He'll offer to send you three men at first. If you ask for more and tell him what you're planning, he'll send six. Otherwise, he'll send four.
Triss, on the other hand, really liked Geralt. The games made Geralt like Triss back (thank you, amnesia). It's more organic that way minus the manipulation and the omission part but keep in mind that Triss has loved Geralt long before Yennefer even disappeared.
While Yennefer has proven several times that she does have genuine affection for Geralt, she still never hesitates from manipulating Geralt into doing things for her. This was quite prevalent in The Witcher 3. ... Still, she's probably known Geralt for so long that she knows how much the witcher can take.
WARNING: You can't romance both Triss AND Yennefer
If you choose to try and romance both Triss and Yennefer, then you will end up losing both of them. That being said it is an entertaining story so if you aren't attached to either of them feel free to give it a try.
Yennefer of Vengerberg: Yennefer, following the novels and the games, is the "one" in Geralt's life. She's THE love of his life and the girl who Geralt wants to be with the most.
Sigismund Dijkstra - If you successfully guide Dijkstra toward recovering his treasure in Count Reuven's Treasure, then he will offer 1000 Crowns and a variety of other items, including some Greater Runes. He will not go to Kaer Morhen.
Not only that, but you can recruit him for the Battle of Kaer Morhen. To do so, you first need to complete "Ghosts In The Past." Regardless of the outcome of the quest, Letho questions where he can go next. It is then that you can invite him to Kaer Morhen. He'll accept and later fight The Wild Hunt when they arrive.
9 YENNEFER'S ATROCITY: Cheating On Geralt
For starters, there are multiple instances in the story where Yennefer has slept with people behind Geralt's back, causing the witcher no end of grief when he found out.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
And without thinking too much about it Triss does seem like the better choice. She is more caring and lively, in contrast to the cool and somewhat colder Yennefer. Some would also argue that she is slightly more attractive physically, but I find them about the same.
Geralt and Renfri sleep together but in the morning he awakes to find the princess gone. Following her back to Blaviken, she demands the head of Stregabor before ending up in a fight with Renfri, which results in her death. ... Ultimately, Geralt flees Blaviken after the locals turn on him.
Yennefer, in an attempt to heal Geralt, loses consciousness. ... Ciri says that she doesn't want the story to end like that, and says the tale ends with Yennefer and Geralt getting married, and that a celebration ensued between all the different dead and living characters of the saga and they live happily ever after.
Cirilla Fiona Elen Riannon (Ciri for short) is the Princess of Cintra who's eventually adopted by Geralt and Yennefer, with the latter couple arguably called true soulmates. In Season 1 of the Netflix series, Geralt and Yennefer cross paths and fall in love.
Yennefer of Vengerberg, born on Belleteyn in 1173, was a sorceress who lived in Vengerberg, the capital city of Aedirn. She was Geralt of Rivia's true love and a mother figure to Ciri, whom she viewed like a daughter to the point that she did everything she could to rescue the girl and keep her from harm.
Alongside Yennefer, Triss is one of Geralt's main love interests in The Witcher 3. In the two previous Witcher games, Triss is Geralt's main romantic interest, but in The Witcher 3, the two haven't seen each other in a while. Geralt will be reunited with Triss in the city of Novigrad as part of the main story.
The way I see it, Triss really fell for Geralt when he showed empathy and helped nurse her back to health in BoE. Also, that was the moment when she realized how noble Geralt was and he had a good heart (because let's face it most men wouldn't have done those things for her).
During the main quest A Poet Under Pressure, when you try to ambush the convoy and Dandelion is taken away on horseback, he'll drop his ring near the small lake with drowners. You can find it near the shore on a small rock.
The quick path if one wants to talk to Menge: ... Do NOT mention the treasure unless you want to help Dijkstra as it will cause Menge to attack when you next ask about Dandelion. However, if you do mention it, you can find out about Dandelion another way.
- Freezing: Rinse and trim the leaves. Give the leaves a quick blanch in boiling water for two minutes. Drain the leaves and immediately submerge them into an ice water bath. ...
- Dehydrating: Rinse, trim, and pat dry your leaves. Lay flat on a dehydrator tray and dry until crisp.
There is just no way a romance between Geralt and Ciri is possible.
In the books Geralt never cheated on Yennefer (except that one time with Fringilla, but that was a unique situation), so she had no reason to be pissed.