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The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine Quest Envoys, Wineboys Guide
Being the first quest, you would expect this one to be easier but it isn’t. You should ensure that your character is at least at Level 34 before starting this.
You will get Envoys, Wineboys in the journal automatically unless you have not completed A Poet Under Pressure in the main game. For more help check our Grandmaster Gear Crafting Diagrams Locations.
The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine Quest Envoys, Wineboys Walkthrough
If you think your character is at a level high enough, you will be able to take on the enemies that this quest pits you against. Otherwise you can visit Velen and start it at anytime later down the line.
Finding The Notice Board
In order to get started, you will need to get to the Notice Board and collect the letter from the duchess of Toussaint. The letter will let you choose the quest after which you can get to the location i.e. Stonecutter’s Settlement.
Meeting Palmerin and Milton
There will be Palmerin and Milton waiting for you at the waypoint. Talk to them and the topic of nuisance being created by bandits pops up. No matter what choice you make, the fight will start, so be ready to take part in it.
Enemies you need to worry about are the leader of the bandits, a crossbowman as well as the guy named Zorg. The rest of them won’t be much of a problem.
However, you have to kill all the local bandits because that is the only way the quest ends. Look for remaining bandits in the search zone if you can’t find any.
After they are all dead a conversation will start between Geralt, Milton and Palmerin that will mark the end of the Envoys, Wineboys main quest and start The Beast of Toussaint, the second quest of The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine expansion.
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