Trinkets & More is one of the investigations in Vampyr. It’s a side quest that involves finding Barett’ Lewis’ box, then deciding what to do with the contents once you have it. Some things will change depending on your choice, so obviously, a number of players are hesitant to make the decision based on their gut feeling. If you’re having trouble finding the box or choosing who to give it to, read on and our Vampyr Trinkets & More quest guide will help you.
Where to find Barett Lewis’ box?
If you select the investigation in your quest log, it will mark a certain warehouse in the north of Whitechapel on your map. When you enter, you’ll notice a monster on your left. You can try to sneak past it, but it’s easy to kill. Look up and to the right, and you’ll see a ledge you can teleport to. Once you’re up there, look up and to the left, and you’ll see another ledge. Teleport there as well, and you’ll find a dead body next to some lanters and the box you were looking for.
Barett Lewis’ box bug
There’s a bug that makes you pick up the box without the game registering it. If this happens to you, you’ll end up in a limbo of sorts, not being able to complete the objective even though you’ve completed the objective. Make sure to backup your save file before you pick up the box. If you’ve already experienced this bug and don’t have a backup, you’ll either have to wait for a patch, or abandon the quest.
Give the box and letter to Joe Peterson or Barett Lewis?
Inside the box, you’ll find a letter adressed to Barret Lewis. It’s from Jane, Joe Peterson’s wife. It turns out she was having an affair with Barett, but decided to break it off. It’s saucy news, that’s for sure. Scandalous, even.
If you bring the box to Barett, he’ll give you a small bag of junk and 50 shillings, as well as unsolicited advice about minding your own business. If you press things further (select personal question, then ask about the affair), you’ll learn a few more details, but nothing crucial.
If you bring the box to Joe, you’ll get 25 shillings as a reward, and nothing substantial will happen (thanks Lirash!)