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City Guard signet ring

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City Guard signet ring
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City Guard signet ring
Description
Type
Signet ring
Effects
Permits access to the dike or St. Lebioda's Hospital
Source
Vincent Meis
Price to buy
100 oren(s)
Price to sell
50 oren(s)
ID
it_ring_012

The City Guard signet ring, besides being a lovely gold ring given to Geralt by Vincent Meis in Chapter II, allows entry into one of two semi-restricted areas within the Temple Quarter: the dike and St. Lebioda's Hospital. Although this ring can not be bought initially, once acquired, it can be sold and then repurchased, hence the prices below.

Depending on how the plot has unfolded, Geralt obtains this ring for one of two purposes, either to gain access to the Swamp via the dike, or to access St. Lebioda's Hospital. Vincent only gives Geralt the ring after the witcher finds irrefutable proof that the captain is not involved with Salamandra.

Access to the Hospital[edit | edit source]

If Geralt teams up with Siegfried to fight the cockatrice in Prison Break, then the hospital is guarded by a city guard who requires either the signet ring or a bribe of 25 oren(s) before he will let Geralt enter. However, Siegfried waits by the gates to the dike until Geralt arrives and vouches for him when he tries to go to the dike, securing passage to the swamp.

Access to the Dike[edit | edit source]

If Geralt worked alone in the sewers, then the signet ring is helpful to gain access to the dike. Siegfried will vouch for Geralt at the hospital, which allows him to enter without the ring. The guards at the dike, however, need to be presented with the signet ring, or bribed with 60 oren(s) to let Geralt pass.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The city guard signet ring is only useful in the game if Geralt does not resort to bribery.