You can save/load matches until you get the card you want, but it’s arguably better to just play as many people as you can. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In the wake of the assassination of Foltest, king of Temeria, the north have been rent by warfare as Nilfgaard launches its third major invasion, and the northlands have been united under the insane king Radovid. Added Death March difficulty tips and commentary throughout the guide. We apologise there was an audio problem during the first 30 seconds of this recording. That shouldn't be 40 mins earlier. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871. Information on how to complete all the Gwent quests and obtain all the Gwent cards, including detailed Gwent strategies. You should have already defeated Vimme Vivaldi during the quest “Pyres of Novigrad”, which would have started this quest. https://witcher.fandom.com/wiki/Gert_Borel?oldid=531016. Male Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. When you’re done playing random folk, it’s time for more running around. He uses a fairly potent Monster deck. As for the Leader Card… eh. If you get too many “Decoy” cards and “Commander’s Horn” cards, and too few unit cards, you could find yourself in more trouble than you’d be without them… but against more sophisticated opponents, such a risk is necessary, and using “Spy” cards to draw large hands should help ensure that you end up with whatever you need to win. General strategies on how to take down foes large and small, monstrous and humanoid, boss or mundane. After destroying (or bypassing, as it suits you) the Monster Nests continue east to reach Benek, where you can find the Old sage along the northern end of the south-westernmost building. Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Granite! Once that’s all done, head to Novigrad, where you’ll want to continue with the “Gwent: Big City Players” quest. First, the Northern Kingdoms Deck should be all you need. So ends the quest “Gwent: Playing Innkeeps” but you’ve another Gwent quest to complete. Trounce him and you’ll get two cards; “Vernon Roche” and “Eredin, Bringer of Death” . Dispatch the mob of Nekkers around each nest (left) then blow the nest up to prevent more critters from crawling out - bonus points for walking away like a badass (right). All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews. Blue Each merchant can only give you one card, but on the bright side, if you get a junk card from one, you’re more likely to get something better from the next one. Those checkpoints are great to get around bugs. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamer-guides/id599410871. Try and see if you can load one of those and attempt the quest again. On top of all that, stack your deck with the strongest unit cards you have. It’s hard to gauge exactly what else you might have, since card drops from playing random merchants is random-if you’re lucky you might have the “Villentretenmerth” card, or even “Phillipa Eilhart”. The villager Gert Borel (M9,1) on the road near Lindenvale has been attacked and is waiting for your help. You are Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster-hunter known as a Witcher. Simply put, if it can’t be broken down into something more useful, see if Marquise Serenity will offer any Crowns for it. All these special cards can be somewhat cumbersome, however. Near the eastern-most nest, you’ll find a sacked caravan with some containers you can loot. With a powerful deck full of “Decoy”, “Tight Bond”, and high-powered unit cards, this is worth the trade-off, but weaker Spy cards are, in this case, more useful than stronger ones. If you have the “Villentretenmerth” card, you can use it to great effect against Monster decks, as its special ability (works like “Scorch”, but only on enemy close combat cards, and only against them if they have ten or more Strength in that row). I was actually surprised to meet him again - but then again the witcher 3 loves to do these things so I should have known (: I seem to have a bug though: even though I killed him, received exp + burned his body as requested the quest marker does not disappear.. anyone else having this problem? Play a “Spy” card and you get to draw two cards at the cost of adding that Spy’s Strength to your opponent’s total. For defeating the Old Sage will earn you the Crone: Weavess card. Can’t go wrong with a 10 Strength Hero Card for the Northern Kingdoms. Of course, all of these tactics are useless if you don’t have strong enough cards. Who does lady luck favor most? Corpse collector Play him and you’ll win the “Tiborof Eggebracht” card, a 10 Strength Ranged Unit Card for Nilfgaardian decks. Count on him exploiting cards with the “Muster” ability and using the special ability of “Eredin, King of the Wild Hunt” to double the strength of his Close Combat Unit cards. However, later on he was found wandering the battlefields of southern Velen(near a burned-out settlement east of Reardon Manor), begging for death, having come down with the plague himself. For defeating the Boatwright you'll get the Letho of Gulet hero card. If that’s not enough, there are more merchants you can play in Novigrad… quite a few more, in fact. Personal Information When she loses she’ll cough up the “Morvran Voorhis” Card, a 10 Strength Hero Card, and a fine addition to any Nilfgaardian deck. These nests are all guarded by Nekkers (level eight) and the odd Nekker Warrior (level nine). Geralt goes one-on-one with the Gwent savant of Midcopse; Haddy! Check out the full guide at: Why not join us today? Descriptions of decisions, quests, and events that influence the various endings of the game. She plays a fairly mundane Nilfgaardian deck, stacked with weather effects, which can be easily countered with “Foltest, Lord Commander of the North” or “Clear Weather”. Geralt challenges the Boatwright in Oreton to a friendly game of Gwent, with one of the Boatwright's unique cards on the line! But your dragon will have a field day with them, and leave them with nothing. This rundown doesn’t include every Gwent player in Velen/Novigrad, but it does account for a vast majority of the ones you have access to right now. Witcher Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. The best leader card to use, arguably, is “Foltest, Lord Commander of the North”, as it gives you a free “Clear Weather” effect once per game, which is a good safety net. Ebook versions of the guides can be purchased on itunes: Games The note-worthy unit cards you should have by now include “Yennefer of Vengerberg”, “Prince Stennis”, “Crinfrid Reavers Dragon Hunter” (x3), “Dun Banner Medic”, “Sigismund Dijkstra” and “Blue Stripes Commando” (x3). When you throw “Decoy” cards into the mix, however, things get really fun. Check out the full guide at: Brown Return to Hierarch Square and head north to the signpost along the north-eastern end of the plaza. Both are simple enough; play a “Medic” card and you can raise another non-hero unit card. Glad you got it sorted. Gregory’s Bridge” signpost and play Marquise Serenity. Appearance(s) You can use Vellentretenmerth to good effect against the Old Sage’s Muster-heavy Monster deck (right). All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Side quests, including monster contracts and treasure hunts for obtaining powerful Witcher sets. http://www.gamerguides.com/witcher3 First head to Oreton and find the Boatwright, who you should challenge to a game of Gwent. His deck is a decent, but not exceptional, Nilfgaardian deck. If you encountered him earlier, you’ll find Gert Borel again at a ruined house surrounded by all the Nekker nests. Overshadowing these petty politics is the mysterious return of Ciri - Geralt’s adopted daughter, who is now being pursued by the Wild Hunt. Head up the stairs behind the signpost to enter the rather high-end tavern named “The Kingfisher.” Inside you’ll find Olivier, the Innkeep. Check out the full guide at: When you’ve played all the random merchants in the game, you’ll stop gaining any new, random cards from playing Gwent. She’ll also suggest your next challenge. Witcher 3: Gwent - Marquise Serenity - Who Goes to a Brothel to Play Cards? Next head to Midcopse and look for Haddy, the ten year old Gwent Savant. After beating the Bloody Baron you should have begun the quest “Gwent: Velen Players” . Kill three ghouls that are attacking him (level 4) and talk with him. If those pesky Monster Decks want to use “Commander’s Horn” cards, Crone cards, and Vampire cards… fine. Either refuse, at which point he’ll ask you to leave him in peace, or agree to put an end to his suffering to get an XP reward. It just so happens that the third and final target is nearby in Novigrad. He is overly certain of his own immunity to disease. If an enemy uses a Spy on you, use “Decoy” to bring that card into your deck, then play it back at them, nullifying their advantage. Kill the guardians, blow up the nests, and loot the remains.