If you want to play dice and complete another side quest in Vergen (while working through chapter 2 with Iorveth as your ally), you'll need to face quite a few opponents.
The wealthier NPCs now play for higher stakes in dice poker. Weapon prices have been increased. Selling your old armour before buying a new one is now possible. Items marked as Witcher Secrets can no longer be sold. A reward in the form of a red meteorite is available in both storylines from the Prologue.
Witcher contract Contract: The Griffin from the Highlands (24) - Posted on Crow's Perch Notice Board after you bring tools from Undvik to Fergus (Master Armorers (24) quest). A true master armorer is a rare bird indeed, so we can honestly speak of delight sparking in Geralt's heart when he first met Yoana.
The armor makes him tough, and they'll take you from behind while you engage him if you don't dispatch them first. Go find Dandelion in town. Confront him about the propaganda, but keep his secret. Then go see Dethmold. Tell him you found the conspirators and ask about a reward. Tell him you don't want coin. Then ask more about the curse.
If you need some help with the little quests in Chapter 1 of the Witcher 2, this walkthrough will help. I'll cover how to win at arm wrestling, dice poker and fist fighting in Flotsam and also get the journal entry for the mystic river quest, which is a hidden quest behind the Kayran's spawning pit, and a general good path for the Chapter 1 quests in Witcher 2.
From the different options choose ONLY: Easy difficulties pack; Ecosystem: fewer monsters in game; All armors have three quick slots; Nightvision without fisheye efect; Flaming sword icon on hard difficulty; No logo movies; Easier dice poker; Potions changing game difficulty; Cat pupils for all witchers; Item stacking up to 999; Werewolf fur in shop in Chapter 4. If you enable anything else it.
Poker! is an achievement in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. It is worth 30 points and can be received for: Roll five-of-a-kind at dice poker.
The Witcher is a computer Role-Playing Game in which you play Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter questing to regain his memories whilst pursuing revenge against a mysterious group known as the Salamandra. It was based on an upgraded version of the Neverwinter Nights Aurora engine, developed by CD Projekt RED and released in late 2007.