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| level = 43
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| location = [[Ardaiso Quarry]]
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| location = [[Epona Square]], [[Hauteville]]
| region = [[Beauclair]]
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| region = [[Toussaint]]
| given by = [[Le Papillon]]
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| given by = [[Le Papillon]]
| reward = ?? {{xp}} / ?? {{crowns}}
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'''Of Sheers and a Witcher I Sing''' is a secondary quest in the ''[[Blood and Wine]]'' expansion.
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'''Of Sheers<ref>The correct spelling is "shears".</ref> and a Witcher I Sing''' is a secondary quest in the ''[[Blood and Wine]]'' expansion.
   
 
== Journal entry ==
 
== Journal entry ==
:''Beauclair is a city steeped in tradition, awash with wine and echoing with song. Though an unfortunate banishment had deprived its artistic scene of a certain bard's stimulating presence several years prior, at this time the town was still home to many talented composers, including a certain Adrien de Rouleau, whose career I had launched by giving him the nom de plume "Le Papillon." It was this rising literary star who one day asked Geralt for help finding a missing person: his hairdresser and close friend. Though this did not seem at first a job for a witcher, Geralt, for whom old habits die hard, decided to yet again help a poet in need.''
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:''Beauclair is a city steeped in tradition, awash with wine and echoing with song. Though an unfortunate banishment had deprived its artistic scene of a certain bard's stimulating presence several years prior, at this time the town was still home to many talented composers, including a certain [[Adrien de Rouleau]], whose career I had launched by giving him the nom de plume "Le Papillon." It was this rising literary star who one day asked Geralt for help finding a missing person: his hairdresser and close friend. Though this did not seem at first a job for a witcher, Geralt, for whom old habits die hard, decided to yet again help a poet in need.''
   
:''Le Papillon's suspicions were well-founded: the hairdresser had indeed run into some serious trouble . An unsatisfied client, a knight named Beau Duvall, had taken him captive. Humiliated by a haircut which he felt did no justice to his inner beauty, Duvall wanted the hairdresser to pay a high price for his sloppy scissor work. Luckily Geralt arrived in the nick of time and despatched Duvall and his band to the next world. Thus the kidnappers were taught a lesson and the witcher earned the undying gratitude of hairdresser and poet alike.''
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:''Le Papillon's suspicions were well-founded: the hairdresser had indeed run into some serious trouble. An unsatisfied client, a knight named [[Beau Duvall]], had taken him captive. Humiliated by a haircut which he felt did no justice to his inner beauty, Duvall wanted the hairdresser to pay a high price for his sloppy scissor work.''
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:'''If Geralt challenges Duvall personally:'''
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::''Luckily Geralt arrived in the nick of time and challenged Duvall to a duel, which, I am pleased to reveal, the witcher won. In this way the knight was taught a lesson and the witcher earned the undying gratitude of hairdresser and poet alike.''
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:'''If Geralt takes on Duvall and his henchmen:'''
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::''Luckily Geralt arrived in the nick of time and dispatched Duvall and his band to the next world. Thus the kidnappers were taught a lesson and the witcher earned the undying gratitude of hairdresser and poet alike.''
   
 
== Walkthrough ==
 
== Walkthrough ==
* Force open the doors to the hairdresser's salon using the Aard Sign
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* Force open the doors to the hairdresser's salon using the Aard Sign.
* Use your Witcher Senses to look for clues about what happened to Jean-Louis
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* Use your Witcher Senses to look for clues about what happened to Jean-Louis.
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** [[Advertising leaflet]], [[Hair balsam formula]], [[Letter from Edgard Lavalliere]].
* Follow Le Papillon
 
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** [[Jean-Louis Ludovic's map]].
* Kill the monster (an [[archespore]])
 
 
* Follow Le Papillon.
* Search the meadow using your Witcher Senses
 
 
* Kill the monster. ''(an [[archespore]])''
* Follow the footprints
 
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* Follow Le Papillon.
* Search the cave
 
 
* Search the meadow using your Witcher Senses.
* Save the hairdresser
 
 
* Follow the footprints.
* Defeat Beau Duvall
 
 
* Search the cave.
 
* Save the hairdresser.
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* ''How to treat Beau Duvall after he mistreated the hairdresser: (timed)''
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** {{choice|Doesn't seem chivalrous…}} (×)
 
*** Defeat Beau Duvall.
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** {{choice|Hair grows back.}}
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*** Defeat Beau Duvall and his henchmen.
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
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<references/>
* The correct spelling is "shears"
 
   
 
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[[de:Von Hexern und Barbieren]]

Latest revision as of 13:17, 13 July 2016

Secondary quest
"Of Sheers and a Witcher I Sing"
Tw3 baw of sheers and a witcher i sing.jpg
Details
Type
Secondary quest
Expansion
Blood and Wine
Suggested level
43
Location(s)
Epona Square, Hauteville
Region(s)
Toussaint
Source
Le Papillon
Reward
150 crown(s)

Of Sheers[1] and a Witcher I Sing is a secondary quest in the Blood and Wine expansion.

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

Beauclair is a city steeped in tradition, awash with wine and echoing with song. Though an unfortunate banishment had deprived its artistic scene of a certain bard's stimulating presence several years prior, at this time the town was still home to many talented composers, including a certain Adrien de Rouleau, whose career I had launched by giving him the nom de plume "Le Papillon." It was this rising literary star who one day asked Geralt for help finding a missing person: his hairdresser and close friend. Though this did not seem at first a job for a witcher, Geralt, for whom old habits die hard, decided to yet again help a poet in need.
Le Papillon's suspicions were well-founded: the hairdresser had indeed run into some serious trouble. An unsatisfied client, a knight named Beau Duvall, had taken him captive. Humiliated by a haircut which he felt did no justice to his inner beauty, Duvall wanted the hairdresser to pay a high price for his sloppy scissor work.
If Geralt challenges Duvall personally:
Luckily Geralt arrived in the nick of time and challenged Duvall to a duel, which, I am pleased to reveal, the witcher won. In this way the knight was taught a lesson and the witcher earned the undying gratitude of hairdresser and poet alike.
If Geralt takes on Duvall and his henchmen:
Luckily Geralt arrived in the nick of time and dispatched Duvall and his band to the next world. Thus the kidnappers were taught a lesson and the witcher earned the undying gratitude of hairdresser and poet alike.

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

  • Force open the doors to the hairdresser's salon using the Aard Sign.
  • Use your Witcher Senses to look for clues about what happened to Jean-Louis.
  • Follow Le Papillon.
  • Kill the monster. (an archespore)
  • Follow Le Papillon.
  • Search the meadow using your Witcher Senses.
  • Follow the footprints.
  • Search the cave.
  • Save the hairdresser.
  • How to treat Beau Duvall after he mistreated the hairdresser: (timed)
    • Doesn't seem chivalrous… (×)
      • Defeat Beau Duvall.
    • Hair grows back.
      • Defeat Beau Duvall and his henchmen.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The correct spelling is "shears".