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Containers

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In The Witcher, Geralt must acquire many items and he can not always afford to buy them from merchants. To this end, it is beneficial for him to enter all premises he can and rifle through any and all containers found therein for the supplies he needs.

In a sense, all creatures, human and otherwise are containers, as are many trees, shrubs and plants which bear the herbs required for alchemical potions. They will not be dealt with individually in this section as they each have their own page anyway.

The easiest, and most reliable, way to find any containers in view is to hold down the Alt-key. This highlights all the usable items in view, a great way to find remains after a large melee.

Containers in The Witcher[edit | edit source]

Many different names are used for similar items, below is a partial list of the names and further down are galleries of images for your reference and amusement.

altars
barrels
baskets
bookcases
cabinets
chests
some food items
clothing racks
coffers
coffins
crates
cupboards
dressers
laundry baskets
notice boards
sacks
sarcophagi
shelves
trunks
wardrobes
  • Food items which are sometimes also containers include: cheese, chicken, bowls of food and possibly a few others.

The deceased, as containers[edit | edit source]

a dead Salamander

Yes, the remains that Geralt finds or produces are also containers with potentially useful or valuable items:

  • corpses (found human remains, as opposed to the bodies of dead assailants), which in addition to plain, come in a few of flavours, like "mangled", "mutilated" or "decomposing"
  • remains (different from corpses in that Geralt is usually directly responsible for the death and they are not necessarily human)
  • skeletons

Galleries[edit | edit source]

Small containers[edit | edit source]

Bookcases[edit | edit source]

Wardrobes[edit | edit source]

Dressers, Cabinets and shelves[edit | edit source]

Crates, chests and trunks[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]