Vitis Relic Steel Sword | Witcher 3: Blood and Wine

Vitis is a relic steel sword in The Witcher 3, added in the Blood and Wine expansion. It’s a rapier made for level 53 characters that increases the intensity of all signs.
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You can get it during the quest Beyond Hill & Dale and it’s easy to miss. In this guide, we’re going to show you where to find Vitis Steel Sword in Witcher 3.

Vitis Steel Sword Location

If you choose to go after Syanna in The Night of Long Fangs, you’ll end up in an imaginary place called Land of A Thousand Fables. It is in this giant illusion that you’ll find this amazing sword. When you see a lone tower rising into the sky, head towards it. It’s the one where the Longlocks boss is located.

When you get near it, head for the southern side. Look for a small pond by the lake shore. There will be a corpse between the two bodies of water, with a glowing rapier next to it. That rapier is Vitis, and the body is dressed in Toussaint Armor.

Keep in mind – if you miss it and leave fairy land, you won’t be able to come back and get it. This area cannot be revisited once you leave.

Vitis Relic Steel Sword Stats

Vitis is a level 53 relic steel sword. It does 418-512 damage, which is more than enough, but it also increases the intensity of all five signs by 20%. It has three rune slots so you can further enhance it. It’s a great choice for sign builds – it fortifies your magic skills while giving you a strong blade as well.

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4 COMMENTS

    Bjorn

    Actually, the sword seems to adjust to fit the level which you are at when you find it. I found it at level 52 which meant it was a level 52 sword with 411-503 damage. It stayed at that even when I levelled up to 53. Bummer!

    Vesamir

    Good demage but poor secondary stats, i have sword of tuisant knight 385-471dmg +300 armor penetration 30% power of quen +100% crit dmg and +20% crit chance

    Ahov

    I find this sword pretty inferior to all other steel swords in the blood and wine exspansion. It’s got decent base damage but that’s about it. The thing about steel swords is total damage is not everything you need a solid armor piercing of 150 or higher to easily clean up well armored bandits or thugs which is why I say pure damage isn’t everything it’s basically negated by the bandits armor making your new sword relatively useless when fighting a Group of level 60 fallen nights. Fighting people is not the same as fighting monsters, sure some monsters have armor but that’s few and far between, most if not all humans you fight are protected by some manor and if your steel sword has no armor piercing it takes the overal damage from your sword making do 100-200 less damage than the stats say it deals. This is all from exsperience of playing the witcher 3 I found out really fast that you need armor piercing on your steel sword and this sword you get from going out of your way is completely worthless in my opinion.

    Josh

    Actually equipment found in chests and other loot that you pick up grades with your level, however bandit stuff is pretty much always shit. So if you grind a lot and make it to around lvl 70 you’ll find a lot of stuff around about lvl 65 with about 500 average damage in steel and around 700-800 in silver

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