The Witcher 3: Crime and Punishment

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 22 May 2015 07:21 GMT

Bit of a tricky one, this. Oh no, not the combat – the ehtical issues.

The Witcher 3: Crime and Punishment

This one can be a bit difficult to trigger, as you have to track down a man chained to some rocks in a desolate stretch of cliff-lined coats. He’s located borth of the village of Rogne on Ard Skellig; you can sail there from the Ancient Crypt signpost, if you’re unlocked that – just head around the coast to the east a bit to spot the icon.

Approach the scene and the young man explains that he’s been framed for murder. You can elect to set him free – if you don’t, you’ll fail the quest.

Finish off the quest by visiting Rogne and looking for a group of arguing villages just north of the town centre. There’s a little girl there who turns out to be the prisoner’s sister. You can tell her you have freed her brother or say she’s learned her lesson. The quest then resolves.

Back to Act One: Novigrad secondary quests, or back to The Witcher 3 guide and walkthrough.

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