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Milton de Peyrac-Peyran was a baron from Toussaint. His coat of arms was a black bull's head on a silver field. He was also among the knights errant who protected the kingdom. Geralt noted once that his stubbornness would have been better represented by a ram's head on his coat of arms.

He recognized Dandelion as "Count Julian" after the battle with the Nightingale gang at Caed Myrkvid and gave the bard the happy news that the duchess' husband, Raymund, had died of apoplexy two years earlier.

Blood and Wine expansion Edit

Now a bit older, Baron de Peyrac-Peyran is the one sent by the duchess to find Geralt with Palmerin de Launfal.

Journal entry Edit

Milton de Peyrac-Peyran was a baron from Toussaint and a member of Anna Henrietta's inner circle of knights. This good-humored nobleman never met an overloaded banquet table he failed to unload of its burdens, yet nor did he ever shirk a fight against heavily-armed bandits or any other enemies of the duchy. Geralt had met Milton years ago, under very peculiar circumstances that deserve to be recounted properly and at length. Their roads crossed again when Milton came to the witcher as the duchess' envoy, to ask our hero to journey with him to Toussaint.
Milton made for good company. Was he also a good man? That I do not know. Geralt told me later some incidents from his past gnawed on his conscience. We shall never know precisely what moral burdens he carried, for Milton de Peyrac-Peyran perished in the palace gardens, the Beast's fourth victim. May he rest in peace.

Associated quests Edit

Trivia Edit

  • He attended at least one ball organized by the Nilfgaardian Embassy.[1]
  • During the quest Burlap is the New Stripe, Geralt encounters his cousin who is a member of the Ducal Guard.
  • It is not mentioned if de Peyrac-Peyran had any hand in his fellow knights' abuse of Sylvia Anna, but due to the manner in which he died, wearing a rabbit costume, which symbolizes cowardice, it is implied that he did nothing to prevent the abuse.

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  1. Sir de Peyrac-Peyran is dead. Yet it seems just yesterday I danced with him at the embassy ball. - Conversation between two noblewomans