The Suffering of Young Francois

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Treasure hunt
"The Suffering of Young Francois"
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Details
Type
Treasure hunt
Expansion
Blood and Wine
Suggested level
47
Location(s)
South of Fort Astre Ruins
Cutterin Manor
Region(s)
Toussaint
Source
Hanged body of Francois at hidden treasure marker.
Reward
264 – 359 crown(s)
20 – 29 florens
1 – 2 rubies
1 – 2 diamonds
crafting components

The Suffering of Young Francois is a treasure hunt quest in the Blood and Wine expansion. It begins when Geralt inspects the body of a hanged man at a cottage south of the Fort Astre Ruins.

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

Wandering about the primeval forest that covered the duchy's frontier, the witcher made a discovery most macabre. Deep in the forest, a small hut. Alongside the hut, a tree. Upon the tree, a hanged man. On the ground directly beneath the corpse lay a journal.
Geralt read it, and all became clear. An unhappy, unrequited love had pushed the young man to commit suicide. Ah, I know so many stories that echo this one… Yet this one differed from the others in that evil powers were involved. The journal also mentioned a stash of buried jewels. So Geralt resolved to learn more and directed his steps towards the estate the diary described.
Geralt explored the Cutterin residence and found the treasure mentioned in the journal. Content with this surprising find, he set off in search of new challenges.

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

  • Read the notes.
  • Find the jewels.

Gallery[edit | edit source]