Arrest warrant

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In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

Arrest warrant
Quest Items Arrest warrant.png
A warrant for the Professor's arrest.
Description
Type
Quest item
Effects
provides character journal entry for the Professor
initiates Wanted quest
Source
notice board outside the Inn in the Outskirts
ID
it_quest_108

A warrant for the Professor's arrest. This item is a quest item and as such, it can be neither sold nor bought.

Associated quests[edit | edit source]

Content[edit | edit source]

Arrest warrant
It is hereby declared that the man known as the Professor is guilty of numerous crimes against the Crown, including, but not limited to, murder, assault, defying city guards and officials, and other wrongs against the Kingdom's subjects. Whosoever provides him shelter will be deemed guilty of aiding and abetting him in his crimes. It is thus the duty of each subject of the Crown to assist the effort to seize this man. A reward of 1000 orens is hereby offered to anyone who assists in bringing this man to justice, dead or alive.
On Behalf of His Majesty King Foltest,
Vincent Meis, Captain of the City Guard

In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[edit | edit source]

Arrest warrant
Tw2 questitem arrestwarrant.png
Issued for Geralt of Rivia, a kingslayer
Description
Category
Common
Type
Book / Quest item
Source
various bounty hunters
Price to sell
1 oren(s)
Weight
weight 0

Entry[edit | edit source]

Arrest warrant: Geralt of Rivia
It is hereby made known to all that the witcher named Geralt, a native of Rivia, has committed the high crime of regicide in slaying Foltest, King of Temeria. As a murderer and traitor, Geralt of Rivia has been sentenced to die by fire. A generous reward is offered for his capture and delivery to the proper authorities. He who delivers the criminal’s head shall receive one-half of said reward. Those providing reliable and confirmed information as to the criminal’s whereabouts shall also receive remuneration. Beware! The witcher is armed and dangerous!

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

see also: Warrant