The Witcher 3: How To Get Scavenger Hunt: Wolf School Gear Diagrams, Location And Stats

The Witcher 3 latest set of DLCs include a Scavenger Hunt for Wolf School Gear and Alternative Look for Triss. Both of these are now available on PC and should be released soon for PS4 and Xbox One.

If you still haven’t downloaded these DLCs, you can either get them on PC through GOG Galaxy client, or if you have Steam, you can download them through Steam Store.

Wolf School Gear Diagrams

The Witcher 3 latest DLC is a new quest to get Wolf School Gear. You can buy maps for the scavenger hunt from the merchant in Lindenvale, the armorer at Kaer Trolde, the blacksmith at Kaer Muire, the armorer on Hierarch Square in Novigrad or Hattori. Alternatively, you can try to find these diagrams on your own.

This armor requires you to be Level 14. Here are its stats.

Wolven Armor

  • 105 Armor
  • +5% Adrenaline Point gain
  • +5% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +5% Resistance to bludgeoning damage
  • +10% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +15% Resistance to damage from monsters

Wolven Gauntlets

  • 33 Armor
  • +5% Sign intensity
  • +1% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +2% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +2% Resistance to damage from monsters
  • +5% Resistance to elemental damage

Wolven Trousers

  • 37 Armor
  • +5% Attack power
  • +5% Sign intensity
  • +5% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +7% Resistance to damage from monsters
  • +17% Resistance to elemental damage

Wolven Boots

  • 37 Armor
  • +5% Attack power
  • +1% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +1% Resistance to bludgeoning damage
  • +2% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +2% Resistance to damage from monsters

Mastercrafted Wolf School Gear and Swords require you to be level 34. Check out their stats below.

Mastercrafted Wolven Armor

  • 205 Armor
  • +20% Adrenaline Point gain
  • +17% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +16% Resistance to bludgeoning damage
  • +22% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +30% Resistance to damage from monsters

Mastercrafted Wolven Gauntlets

  • 73 Armor
  • +10% Sign intensity
  • +4% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +5% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +5% Resistance to damage from monsters
  • +10% Resistance to elemental damage

Mastercrafted Wolven Trousers

  • 77 Armor
  • +10% Attack power
  • +10% Sign intensity
  • +8% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +10% Resistance to damage from monsters
  • +30% Resistance to elemental damage

Mastercrafted Wolven Boots

  • 77 Armor
  • +10% Attack power
  • +4% Resistance to piercing damage
  • +4% Resistance to bludgeoning damage
  • +5% Resistance to slashing damage
  • +5% Resistance to damage from monsters

Mastercrafted Wolven Silver Sword

  • 454 Damage
  • +10% Sign intensity
  • +10% Adrenaline Point gain
  • +10% Critical hit chance
  • +10% Chance to cause bleeding
  • +20% Bonus experience from monsters

Mastercrafted Wolven Steel Sword

  • +316 Slashing damage
  • +10% Sign intensity
  • +10% Adrenaline Point gain
  • +10% Critical hit chance
  • +10% Chance to cause bleeding
  • +5% Bonus experience from humans and nonhumans

Alternative Look For Triss

Alternative Look for Triss can be activated from the main menu -> options > downloadable content. You can take a look at how Triss looks in-game in the screenshots below.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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  • FalloutWanderer2077

    TY! uhhh take a looksy at Triss’ fingers…What has that red headed she-devil been up to! Glory to the Eternal Fi-ah! 😉

  • drjonesjnr

    Thanks man great article for a great game. Thats my gaming sorted 🙂

  • Big Man Tyrone

    Nice!