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Hubert Rejk

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Hubert Rejk
Tw3 journal coroner.png
Module
Details
Profession
Coroner
Gender
Male
Race
Higher vampire
Culture
Northern Realms
Eye color
Brown
Hair color
Brown
Location
Novigrad morgue

Hubert Rejk is Novigrad's coroner.

Associated quests[edit | edit source]

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

The wave of religious and racially-motivated killings that swept through Novigrad in the spring of 1272 coincided with Hubert Rejk's term as coroner at the city morgue.
Because of this he was overworked and additionally had to bear the harassment of his dislikeable superior, Reverend Nathaniel. It is thus no surprise that he came across as unpleasant and sarcastic when Geralt and he first met.
Furthermore, it was clear there was bad blood between him and Joachim von Gratz, a fact that did little to improve the already rather stiff atmosphere at the morgue. Nevertheless, having learned the reason for Geralt's unexpected visit, Hubert made it clear Geralt anda Joachim could count on his help.
Hubert proposed to help the witcher perform an autopsy on the serial killer's latest victim, which revealed valuable new clues.
If Geralt finds the real killer:
Rejk might have succeeded in shifting the blame to another suspect if not for the witcher's perspicacity. Geralt had already figured out Rejk was the true murderer, but was shocked to learn he was also a powerful vampire.
Luckily Geralt had considerable experience and a honed skill set to draw on for fighting such a creature. He killed the beast and ended his twisted moral crusade.
If Geralt kills Nathaniel Pastodi:
When it turned out Rejk had been behind the murders from the very start, Geralt could only curse his short-sightedness and stupidity. It was too late to repair his earlier mistakes. The crazed fanatic escaped justice and left to continue his sick moral crusade elsewhere.