Tinker, Hunter, Soldier, Spy is a treasure hunt quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt added by the Hearts of Stone expansion.

Journal entry Edit

The nature of Geralt's trade means finding corpses is a normal part of a day's work. This time the body was found atop an observation tower near the village of Mohrin. Upon closer inspection, Geralt found the man's throat had been slit – and had some highly interesting papers in his pockets...
The letter revealed the man had been a Nilfgaardian spy. Disguised as a tinker named Krister, he had been following the movements of knights from the disbanded Order. It seems Krister had not exercised due caution, for his spy career had been cut short by a slash of a renegade knight's blade. The most interesting information in the letter, however, concerned the location of the considerable stash of coin Nilfgaard had devoted to this spying operation...
Geralt was able to find the spy's stash, which he then eagerly emptied of its contents. Not the noblest of actions, perhaps, but was it not better the coin went to the witcher's pouch and not the grubby paws of the Order's bandits?

Walkthrough Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The name of this quest is a reference to the spy novel by John le Carré. A film and a miniseries were also based on the same book.