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A Princess in Distress

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Secondary quest
"A Princess in Distress"
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Details
Type
Secondary quest
Suggested level
5
Location(s)
Pellar's hut, northwest of Blackbough
Region(s)
Velen
Source
The Pellar
Reward
100 XP earned based on the Story and Swords! difficulty level

Use Delusion on soldiers (optional):

  • +40 XP earned based on the Story and Swords! difficulty level
Related
Family Matters

A Princess in Distress is one of the secondary quests available in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The witcher must complete this quest before the Pellar will help him.

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

Geralt's search for information about the baron's wife and daughter took him to the local pellar. One glance and he knew the man was highly eccentric – an impression only strengthened when the pellar announced he would not divine what had happened to Anna and Tamara until Geralt found Princess, his runaway goat. Having no other choice, Geralt set off on a wild goat chase.
As a knight errant will comb the rugged heart of the wilderness to find the object of his quest, so Geralt searched for Princess the goat in the woods around Blackbough.
In the end, he found the caprine fugitive and, protecting it from manifold dangers along the way, led it back to its delighted owner. As promised, the pellar would now help Geralt in his search for the baron's missing family.

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

  • Find the pellar's goat using the bell and your Witcher Senses
  • Bring the goat to the pellar
  • Use the bell and lead the goat to the pellar
  • Defend the goat from the bear

Video[edit | edit source]