After the Nilfgaard victory at the battle of White Orchard in Temeria during the war, he and his company (military unit) occupied a ruined fort northwest of White Orchard which became their military post. He was assigned to govern the village and consequently became its head authority.
Geralt goes to meet him to seek information about Yennefer in the quest Lilac and Gooseberries. Captain Gwynleve agrees to provide the information he seeks, but only if Geralt will take care of a Griffin that has been causing problems in the area. This begins another quest, called "The Beast of White Orchard".
By all appearances he seems a rather fair and kind person to the people of White Orchard, especially by the standards of most conquering Nilfgaardians. He is later seen to have a more firm attitude when dealing with local peasants who cross him by dealing out swift punishment.
Associated quests Edit
- His middle name, Saar, means moon in Hebrew language.
- His armor has a similar design to the Nilfgaardian guardsman armor, but a different insignia.
Notes & references Edit
- See the GWENT standalone game version card: Peter Saar Gwynleve