Best Place to Sell Trophies Witcher 3

Knownly, The Witcher 3 is one of the most massive games ever produced by CD Projekt Red . To this day, the game is explored so hard, and there seems to be no limit to the curiosities and peculiarities of the title. In addition to facing enemies from different kingdoms, Geralt is also known for his great fame when hunting monsters of the most diverse.

That said, there are several places where the player can sell his loot, but one of them in particular, serves perfectly to sell his Hunting Trophies. Therefore, here a way for you to guarantee as much gold as possible when selling the remaining items from a hunt.

When purchasing hunting trophies, do not sell them immediately. Instead, head to the outer gate of Oxenfurt in Novigrad . On the outside, you’ll find an alchemist, and this is the ideal merchant to sell your hunting spoils. In the image below, you can see the location of the store:

In short, this is the only merchant who really lives up to the prices of the Hunting Trophies. In this case, it pays far more to store your items until you find it, than to effectively sell them anywhere. For example, you can purchase 500 gold for an Ekimmara trophy .

If you can’t find the market in the suggested location, don’t worry. Just meditate for the time to progress, and at a certain time of the day, you will be able to locate it.

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