Blood and Wine is the latest expansion for The Witcher 3. It takes place in Toussaint, a duchy spared from war, but not without its problems.
There are three endings to the story – one happy, one sad and one tragic. Their paths diverge during the The Night of Long Fangs quest. This guide will show you all Blood and Wine endings, how to unlock them, how to get the good ending.
The good ending sees the duchess and Syanna put their differences aside and bury the hatchet. They forgive each other and lock arms in an embrace while the camera pans across the ducal palace.
In order to get this ending, you’ll have to:
Afterwards, during Pomp and Strange Circumstance, visit Syanna before you talk to Damien and start the ceremony. Go to where she’s held and persuade the guard to let you speak to her. The options you need to pick in this conversation are:
Cause she turned her back on you, forgot about you.
Ever thought to forgive her?
Might ask her that.
After that, talk to Damien and inform him you know about Syanna’s true plans (Fifth victim – know who it was supposed to be). He’ll thank you and lead you to the ceremony. When the duchess asks if you’re happy with your reward, tell her about Syanna’s plans (Got bad news – Syanna was out to kill you).
When the duchess asks your opinion, tell her Syanna’s clearly guilty. When Syanna lays out her defence and starts a counterattack, tell her You were children then, both. This will trigger the happy ending.
Blood & Wine Tragic Ending
The worst path ends with both Syanna and Anna Henrietta dead. The whole of Toussaint is in grieving, while the country slowly falls into disrepair.
After the duchess awards you the crest, Syanna will be brought up to trial, and she’ll use the opportunity to kill her sister. Damien will manage to put a crossbow bolt through her neck, but not before the damage has already been done.
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