When to do count reuven's treasure?Asked by: Prof. Rozella Crona
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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
Additionally, Is there a way to get Reuven's treasure?
Count Reuven's Treasure is triggered by talking to Sigi Reuven, whom Geralt knows by another name, in the aftermath of the bathhouse meeting at the start of Get Junior. The two quests are somewhat intertwined; Reuven is the primary informant for both of them.
Also asked, What order should I do the quests in Witcher 3?. Main quests within Act I can generally be completed in any order you like. For example, you can finish some (or all) of the Main Quests in Novigrad, then sail to Skellige, and then return to Velen. The way the quests are presented in this guide (Velen, then Novigrad, then Skellige) represent the optimal paths.
Also asked, Should I help Dijkstra find his 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.
Can Dijkstra help at Kaer Morhen?
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.
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.
The one victim of the Wild Hunt that Geralt can't save is Vesemir. The old witcher will always die while he's trying to protect Ciri from the Wild Hunt. ... Which will become impossible once Vesemir dies.
10 Geralt Plays Matchmaker To Keira And Lambert
The only warning that Geralt gives the sorceress is to not anger Lambert. Ironically, if this happens, you'll find out that Keira and Lambert have become a couple by the game's end.
The Witcher 3 endings see the main story conclude in a variety of ways. Each of the three endings are defined by the actions you take in the late game, specifically the missions; Battle Preparations, Blood on the Battlefield, and Final Preparations.
1 Answer. The reason you can "save" the first challenger is because he yields, and begs for mercy (you can let him live by talking to him).
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.
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.
Sigismund Dijkstra is the head of Redanian Intelligence, or secret service. He is a physically imposing man; nearly seven feet tall and bald, with a rather noticeable stomach and is said to give the impression of a scrubbed pig. Preferring bright colours and flamboyant dress, he doesn't dress the least bit like a spy.
Key to Dijkstra's treasury is a quest item in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. During the main quest, Count Reuven's Treasure, after Caleb Menge is dealt with, Triss will find this key on his body and give to Geralt to give to Dijkstra.
Keira isn't a main romance option for Geralt, but the two can enjoy a night together if that's what you want. Romancing Keira has no impact on the rest of the game and the other romance options that Geralt can pursue. Geralt will meet with Keira as part of the main story in Velen.
Geralt Stops Keira
And the reveal that she's giving them to Radovid doesn't help matters. In one ending, you can stop her plan by force. Select the following dialog options to trigger this conclusion (These aren't the only options you can pick to get this ending, but it's confirmed that these work): "You used me."
He had sex with a few people, but he wasn't really just sleeping around with every woman he ran into. During the Saga it was like 3 people total, Triss, Yennefer, and Fringilla Vigo. In the short stories he was sleeping around a lot more. Not really, he slept with a few women but the books span over several years.
No, you can't save Vasemir, he die by default.
Then a short snowball fight will occur - you can let Ciri win by allowing her to hit you eight times or you can win by hitting her same amount of times. The snow for the snowballs can be gathered from the snow piles that are above other ones. The outcome of this "duel" won't matter.
Yennefer of Vengerberg
But in the “present day,” Yennefer is 71 on the show. In book/video game lore, however, she mentions being 94 and is usually considered to be a few years older than Geralt. Yennefer's timeline as we watch it develop on the show is the oldest one, beginning at the earliest date.
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.
You can't recover the treasure in game, but you can learn from Menge where it's located if you allow Triss to be tortured and ask about the treasure before asking about Dandelion.