Walkthrough for the Treasure Hunt Hidden Treasure: The Last Exploits of Selina’s Gang in The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine.
On its own, this is a fairly simple Treasure Hunt, but it’s noteworthy for being sandwiched within the Side Quests Turn and Face the Strange and Till Death Do You Part. To start this Treasure Hunt, seek out a corpse in the water southwest of the Lebioda’s Gate signpost in the cemetery just south of Beauclair’s walls. Naturally, corpses and water means Drowners, (level thirty-five) so put down the necrophages and loot the aforementioned corpse on the shore, off which you can grab a Sodden Letter and an Ornate Key . Read the letter to start the quest The Last Exploits of Selina’s Gang .
|Important Items in this Area|
|Orders from Robin|
Head back north into Beauclair through Lebioda’s Gate and immediately to your right (east) you should spot some stairs, which you should ascend to reach another, less decrepit cemetery. Head northeast through the cemetery to reach the shrine at its center, which is surrounded by some stairs. Descend these stairs and go through a cage door to reach some underground tombs.
This is where the quest Till Death Do You Part takes place, but that’ll be ignored for now. Head west through a doorway and down some stairs to reach a lower part of the tomb, which just so happens to be occupied by some Grave Robbers (level thirty-six), and they’re not eager to share their ill-gotten gains with you. Rout them, then search two sacks along the northeastern corner of the chamber to find the note Orders from Robin among other goodies. Of course, while you’re here you might as well loot the various sarcophagi and other containers. These grave robbers had the right idea - robbing the dead pays way better than honest Witchering does. Also note that killing the Grave Robbers may update the quest Till Death Do You Part, if you have it started, as the Grave Robbers are one of the potential sources of the noise in the crypt that need to be ruled out. If you don’t have the quest started yet… well, it’s just less work for you to do when you come back to Beauclair in a bit.