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'''Enchanting: Start-up Costs is a''' [[Hearts of stone secondary quests|secondary quests]] available in [[Hearts of Stone]].
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'''Enchanting: Start-up Costs is a''' [[Hearts of stone secondary quests|secondary quests]] available in [[Hearts of Stone]]. This quest is one of a series of requests made by the [[Ofir|Ofieri]] [[Runewright]]. More information can be found in the "[[Runewright#Notes|Notes section]]" of the [[Runewright]] page.
   
 
== Journal entry ==
 
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* Give 5000 crowns to the [[Ofir|Ofieri]] [[Runewright]].
 
* Give 5000 crowns to the [[Ofir|Ofieri]] [[Runewright]].
   
== Associated quests==
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== Associated quest ==
*[[Enchanting: Quality Has Its Price]]
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* [[Enchanting: Quality Has Its Price]]
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[[de:Verzauberung: Anfangskosten]]
 
[[de:Verzauberung: Anfangskosten]]
 
[[fr:Enchantement : les capitaux de départ]]
 
[[fr:Enchantement : les capitaux de départ]]

Latest revision as of 15:08, 25 August 2018

Secondary quest
"Enchanting: Start-up Costs"
Tw3 hos enchanting start-up costs.jpg
Details
Type
Secondary quest
Expansion
Hearts of Stone
Suggested level
32
Location(s)
Upper Mill
Region(s)
Novigrad
Source
Notice board outside the Seven Cats
Reward
0 XP earned based on the Story and Swords! difficulty level / -5000 crown(s)
Related
Enchanting: Quality Has Its Price

Enchanting: Start-up Costs is a secondary quests available in Hearts of Stone. This quest is one of a series of requests made by the Ofieri Runewright. More information can be found in the "Notes section" of the Runewright page.

Journal entry[]

You can tell an experienced witcher by the way he examines a notice board. To the novice eye, these weathered planks contain nothing but clumsily-scrawled messages touching on matters thoroughly mundane: trifling announcements, offers of sale or purchase, lewd rhymes, et cetera, et cetera, ad nauseam. A witcher with years under his belt, however, will search the dross carefully, knowing that it often hides a jewel — a witcher contract, for example, or, as in this particular case, information about a mysterious "runewright" from a far-off land...
A small fortune was all it took for the Ofieri to get started. Once he received it, he got down to work and from then on Geralt could buy simple runes and glyphs from him and have him place basic words in his swords and armor.

Walkthrough[]

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