For Fame and Glory is a secondary quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It may be started just to the west of Larvik, a village on the isle of Hindarsfjall, and involves killing necrophages alongside two Skelligan warriors.

Walkthrough Edit

As Geralt was traveling the road to Larvik on Hindarsfjall, he heard a couple of warriors preparing to go into a mine. Wondering why they would go into a dark old mine possibly filled with necrophages, the witcher decided to warn them. The warriors explained that they wanted to clear the mines and rid it of all its corpse-eaters. From here, the witcher can either stand aside or offer to help.

If Geralt offers his help as a witcher, the warriors will humble themselves and take it in light of the dangers of the task. Geralt must then lead them into the mines and make sure the two survive. After dealing with a pack of ghouls and a couple of devourers, one of the warriors will rush head into the mines and confront an alghoul. Once the witcher successfully dispatches all the dangers of the mine, Geralt will instruct the warriors to burn the ghouls' corpses lest more come. The quest ends as the warriors thank the witcher and reward him some coin after Geralt raises the concern.

Objectives Edit

  • Help the warriors kill the necrophages in the old mine.

Journal entry Edit

Though Skelligers are famed warriors able to hold their own in almost any battle, those whom Geralt encountered near the old mine on Hindarsfjall seemed to be in need of help. They had sworn to clear the mine of ghouls and were plucking up the courage to do so, but Geralt did not deem it likely they would manage the task on their own. When he proposed his expert assistance, they hesitated at first, but ultimately decided to take him up on the offer.
What tremendous good fortune it was that Geralt showed up at just the time and place where he was needed! With a touch of help from the warriors, he made swift work of that pack of nefarious necrophages and cleansed the surrounding area of danger, earning him the gratitude of all who dwelled nearby.