The Witcher 3 journal

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The Journal

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the journal is divided into seven major sections: Glossary, Alchemy, Inventory, World Map, Quests, Character and, Meditation

Journal sections[edit | edit source]

Glossary The Glossary section is comprised of four subsections: Bestiary, Tutorial, Characters and Crafting.
Bestiary The Bestiary subsection contains a list of all known creatures, sorted by class: Beasts, Cursed ones, Draconids, Elementa, Hybrids, Insectoids, Necrophages, Ogroids, Relicts, Specters and Vampires
Tutorial The Tutorial subsection contains a list of all tutorials that have been posted onscreen, sorted by category.
Characters The Characters subsection contains a list of the major NPCs Geralt has encountered, heard or read about, sorted alphabetically. Minor NPCs are not listed here.
Crafting The Crafting subsection contains a list of all the diagrams sorted by broad category: Boots, Chest armor, Crafting components, Crossbow, Crossbow bolt, Gauntlets, Silver swords, Steel swords, Trousers, Junk, Upgrades.
Alchemy The Alchemy section contains a list of all alchemical formulae, sorted by type: Alchemy substances (including mutagens), Alcohol, Bombs, Decoctions, Oils, Potions and Quests (alchemical quest items like Chort lures and Pops' mold antidote).
World map The World Map section opens centered on Geralt's current location but permits navigation to section. The map is also used for fast travel.
Quests The Quests section contains a list of all quests sorted by type: Main quests, Secondary quests, Contracts, Treasure hunts, completed quests and failed quests. Also, on the main journal screen, the currently active quest is shown on the lower left side of the screen along with the current objective from that quest.
Character The Character section is where the player can allocate Ability points which allow Geralt to progress in his skills.
Meditation The Meditation section is where the player can set the length of time Geralt will meditate. During meditation, bombs, oils, potions and decoctions are replenished. As well, on Normal or Easy mode, Geralt's health is restored. For higher levels of difficulty, it is not.