Toussaint

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The Duchy of Toussaint
Flag Toussaint.svg Hrb unof Toussaint.png
Flag Coat of Arms
Official language
Common Speech
Capital
Beauclair
Form of government
Duchy
Status
Vassal state /
conquered by Nilfgaardian Empire
Head of State
Duchess Anna Henrietta
Currency
Floren
Geographical position
Tw3 bw toussaint panorama.jpg
Tw3 toussaint map base.jpg
Toussaint in "Blood and Wine"
A vassal duchy of Nilfgaard, widely considered a beautiful, fable-like land where everyone is eternally tipsy.
― Game map description


The duchy of Toussaint is located within the Empire of Nilfgaard. A mountainous region enriched with volcanics soils, it is famous for its wines. Its ruler is the monarch Anna Henrietta. Toussaint possesses no army, nor local militia, just a small number of knights-errant watching the borders and roads, though their attention is said to be keen. Tradition is holy in Toussaint and all holidays are keenly observed.

Although considered a province of Nilfgaard, the Empire refrains from imposing imperial authority on the affairs of Toussaint. For the most part, it does not violate its borders.

Heraldry[edit | edit source]

The coat of arms for Toussaint is not actually described in the novels. This particular coat of arms was designed by our resident heraldry and Witcher expert Mboro. For a different take on the coat of arms, we have the Czech concept.

Cities, keeps and castles[edit | edit source]

Vineyards [1][edit | edit source]

Notable landmarks[edit | edit source]

Notable People[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Toussaint is the main region in "Blood and Wine", the second expansion for The Witcher 3.

In the expansion, the Toussaint map is divided into a number of sub-regions:

Fast-travel point Fast-travel markers[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The name is the French name for the "real world" Catholic holiday celebrated on November 1, All Saints' Day.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Most often located in the small castles