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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Game Guide by

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Game Guide

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Witcher 3: Blood and Wine - World map
Witcher 3: Blood and Wine - World map
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World map - Toussaint Duchy The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Guide

Above you can see the map of the whole Toussaint duchy which means the whole world map of The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine expansion pack. After arriving in Toussaint Geralt must first complete The Beast of Toussaint and Blood Run main quests. Once it is done, you can freely explore Toussaint. You just have to be aware that, similarly as in the realms featured in the base game, some locations can be guarded by very strong enemies whom Geralt might not be able to defeat until he becomes strong enough.

For this guide we divided the map of the duchy into five smaller maps and marked them from M1 to M5 respectively. Maps of the smaller areas can be found on the following pages of this chapter. There you will find markers which will inform you about the places where you can resolve quests or about important locations (like villages, bandit camps or signposts.

M1 - Dulcinea's Windmill - It's the northern part of Toussaint. One of the more important locations in this map is the titular windmill near which Geralt must face the golyat after arriving at the duchy. Nearby you will find the Silver Salamander inn, an abandoned trading post and the Coronata vineyard.

M2 - Tourney Grounds - Western part of Toussaint. The grounds are a place visited both during the first main quest of the expansion and in the later side quests during which Geralt participates in the tourney. In this part of the world map one can find Corvo Bianco vineyard which becomes Geralt's property in the course of the expansion.

M3 -Dun Tynne Castle - It's the eastern part of Toussaint. Two largest locations on this map are castles Dun Tynne and Mont Crane. In addition to that, in this part of the duchy Geralt can visit ruins, a quarry, a farm and the tavern Cockatrice Inn.

M4 - Beauclair - South-western part of Toussaint. Beauclair is the capital city of the duchy and many attractions await Geralt there - he can visit various merchants and blacksmiths as well as unlock many new quests. Not far to the west from the city lies Anna Henrietta's palace and its surrounding gardens.

M5 - Francollarts - It's the southern part of Toussaint. The titular village and the nearby graveyard are locations visited during one of the first main quests of the expansion. Other locations in this part of the map are the Toussaint prison, Belgaard vineyard and Hortense's mansion.

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