The Witcher 3: Nameless Quest Walkthrough and Navigating Freya’s Gardens – One of The Witcher 3’s detective missions on the path to locating Ciri is called “Nameless.” Background information for this quest is revealed in the earlier quest, “Missing Persons,” and it finally results in a guy being labelled a coward for being the only one to flee the Wild Hunt. As a result, he no longer has a name and is simply known as Craven.
Additionally, Geralt and Yenn learn that Morkvarg, an immortal werewolf who prowls Freya’s Garden, was killed by Craven in an effort to restore his honour. Time to get working. Again.
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Traversing Freya’s Garden
After the conversation, go with Yenn into Freya’s Garden where she will lead them to the centre of the garden beneath a huge tree. When Geralt arrives, he finds that Craven has presented his tribute to the goddess. Craven’s blood trail will lead you around the inner front edge of the garden and to a closed door.
Geralt will need to take a different path because the goal will now be to “Explore the farther portions of the herbarium.” A low-set wall and claw marks can be seen on the door to the right as well as another door. Scale the wall because the scratch-marked door is locked as well. Once you arrive at this top landing, you will see a building to the left and a space. If you haven’t completed the “In Wolf’s Clothing” quest yet, remember this building for when you do.
Pass the structure, descend to a lower level at the garden’s back, and then enter through the gate on the left. This leads to a different section of the herbarium with more modest, inaccessible structures. Continue until you reach a bridge and a stream that resembles a mote. Cross the bridge, then use the ladder incorporated into the left-hand wall. Once above, you’ll see a wooden device that you must figure out in order to move on to the following area.
Operating The Gate Mechanism
A cutscene where Geralt explains how it all works will start as soon as you descend the ladder a few steps. This comprises:
- The purpose of a double lever mechanism
- Three gates in the mote are selected by one lever.
- The second person opens the chosen gate.
The selected gate is indicated by three wooden pegs located between the levers. The middle gate should be chosen, and it should be opened using the left lever. Please take note that the selection lever only functions when all gates are closed. If you’ve been switching between levers to figure out how everything works, return to the left lever to make sure all gates are closed.
Finding Craven’s Body
Swim through the fence right now. Short watercourse with ledge at right-hand end for Geralt to lift himself out on. Then climb the ladder incorporated into the wall up ahead. This gets you to the Herbarium’s final part. If you haven’t already released the werewolf Morkvarg from his curse, this shack’s pretty gory scene will cause a cutscene when you examine it.
Go straight through the stone arch to return to the garden, passing the overgrown water feature. The remains of a well can be found at the bottom of the stone steps, next to a dead tree. Using Geralt’s witcher senses, you’ll find that Craven leaped down it rather than facing Morkvarg.
Jump in after him, then traverse the cave following his bloody trail. When Geralt examines his corpse after you find it, Yenn appears in a cutscene. But the journey isn’t over yet.
Don’t Stop Just Yet
Before interacting with Craven’s body, you can locate another corpse with a key if you venture a bit further into the cave. The neighbouring exit that the key opens turns out to be the scratched door you first discovered. Instead of having to go through the full herbarium again, this makes it simple to return to the region should you need to for any reason.
Upon returning to the top with Craven’s body, Yennefer will insist on using necromancy to obtain the necessary knowledge. They discover Skall’s real name through Craven’s reanimated body, and he holds Ciri responsible for the elders’ curse on him. After some painful probing from Yenn, Skall starts to describe how he first met Ciri, ushering in the quest’s satisfying conclusion and opening the next chapter in Ciri’s narrative.
The Witcher 3: Nameless Quest Walkthrough and Navigating Freya’s Gardens FAQs
How do I get into Freya's garden Witcher 3?
In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the padlock key is both a quest item and a key. It is discovered next to Skjall's corpse on the remains of a priestess in a cave beneath Freya's Garden. Its sole function is to open the door adjacent to it because Geralt cannot return along the route he took to get there.
How do I get rid of the werewolf in Freya's garden?
Locate him by opening the gate to the northeast of the cave entrance. Choose the option to offer the werewolf the Toradar's fang necklace after you've defeated him and said "here we are again." You'll discover Morkvarg isn't sorry.
Where is Freya's garden?
Location North central Hindarsfjall
What is Freya's garden called?
According to the Prose Edda, within Fólkvangr is Freyja's hall Sessrúmnir.