Negotiations with the king of beggars.
Here's our quick guide to finding each one of them, and then wrapping them up nice and quickly. Head over the bridge and north from the Gate of the Hierarch post. At some point, Geralt will complain about a smell. Use your Witcher Senses to find its source and trigger this quest. Examine the scene and follow the footprints, and you'll be led to a meeting of dwarves. They offer to buy the key from you, and you can either hand it over or kill them and claim the loot for yourself. If you take option B, the chest is upstairs, and contains 50 Crowns, Florens, and guardsman's boots.
Either shop for any books you need, or just tell him you want the quest book. Go upstairs and look for the book you need on the bookcase near the stairs. Take the letter from inside My Manifesto to complete the quest. There's a blacksmith marked on the map to the north west of Glory Gate. Visit him to trigger this quest. Head for the marker and wait until dusk, then follow Hattori to his meeting. Either haggle or agree to the price, and then prepare for an ambush.
Of swords and dumplings
Defeat the dwarves, then follow Hattori. Aard the crates blocking the archway and head towards the waterfront. After the brief dialogue, run back to the dumpling shop, talk to Hattori, and then head to the next marker.
When you arrive there'll be a fight going on. Break it up, and then engage in some fisticuffs yourself. More dialogue follows, then yet another link in the chain has you heading to the marker. If you have sufficient Axii skill, you can persuade the merchant to pay the bill, otherwise you'll have to smash some stock and fight some bandits.
Death by fire
Either way, head back to Sukrus and tell him the news, then return to Hattori. Of course, it's still not over. Talk to Sukrus again, then go back to the Sturgeon, then head off to the warehouse.
Axii level 3 or Crowns will get you into the warehouse. Use your Witcher Senses and mark the three crates, then head out of the door. A fight will ensue regardless of the dialogue options you pick, then it's back to Hattori's to ask about the sword he promised you.
A tale of swords and dumplings
Wait three days, then return to collect your new weapon and complete the quest. Just north of Portside Gate you'll bandit a female elf being harassed by some yokels. Intervene, and earn a telling off from her whatever you say. After completing the first part of this quest, go outside the city wall, north-east of Tretogor Gate, and look for two more elves being beaten up by some yokels.
Intervene again, and this time it'll turn into a fight. Dispatch them, and then get another telling off. Our Witcher 3 walkthrough and guide can help you with the main story, including the Wandering in the Dark and Family Matters missions, and eventually, one of several Witcher 3 endings. Elsewhere, learn about the best Witcher 3 buildsthe best Witcher 3 modshow to make money in Witcher 3find Places of Power locationsand learn how to do Witcher 3 crafting and Witcher 3 Alchemy And when you're done with all those - we can elf you through expansions with our Hearts of Stone walkthrough and Blood and Wine walkthrough.
In the north-east corner of the bottom island Witcher the city west of Trelogor Gate, and north of Gate of the Hierarchyou'll find a merchant being bullied by bandits.
Either kill them all, or use Axii to dissuade them, and earn a discount from the merchant for future purchases. Interact with the preacher just east of Hierarch Square.
You can either confront him, threaten him, or ignore him. The first two options will cause the crowd to turn on him, and if you pass by the same spot later on in the game, two of his followers will ambush you.
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