Feainnewedd

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Feainnewedd
Substances Feainnewedd.png
Feainnewedd
Description
Type
Herb
Contains
Vermilion Rubedo
Source
grows wild
Price to buy
50 oren(s)
Price to sell
10 oren(s)
ID
it_ingr_059

Feainnewedd is a flower which, according to the legend, grows only in places where elder blood has been spilled, and in Dol Blathanna.

The name of the flower is Elder Speech, formed of feainn (Sun) and wedd (child) to mean Sun-Child, or Child of the Sun. The elves say these flowers first appeared when Lara Dorren died.

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  • The Elder druid in the Druids' grove sells it.
  • It is actually abundant in the swamp, especially in the north-east.
  • A haughty Scoia'tael dressed as a huntress asks Geralt if he knows about it, a golden opportunity for Geralt to give her a dressing down for her bigotry... or not. He can also ask her about it, not that she will tell him, but she does give him Lara's Gift. If Geralt talks to her again, he can choose to give her flower, and gets a response that seems to be a dropped plot/translation bug. She will mention "burmarigold", which does not exist in the game and does not result in any journal entries. Strangely, after resting for an hour, the same conversation can be repeated, and if Geralt chooses the same responses (give her flower, etc.), she will tell him about "Green mold", which also does not seem to result in journal entries.
  • Upon accepting the quest Echoes of Yesterday from Yaevinn in the Druids' grove during Chapter III, he will tell you a story about Lara Dorren and mention feainnewedd now grows where she "breathed her last". This conversation does not unlock feainnewedd in the journal.