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In the forest north of Neuhof, you can find Wolverine’s hand surrounded by some rocks, although you can’t pick it up or do anything with it.
There are 30 treasures hidden throughout the game, five Ancient Treasures and 25 Normal Treasures. Finding treasure is also the easiest way to make money in Kingdom Come, while also letting you get good armor. Some treasures require the Spade, which you can get at Rattay Mill, and others require lockpicks. If your lockpicking skill isn’t high enough for the treasure you’re trying to get, you can temporarily boost your skill with a padfoot potion.
Note: You don’t need the treasure maps to find the treasures. This includes the Ancient Treasures. The DLC adds their maps, but the treasures will already be in the game without the DLC.
Use the video guide below if you’re having trouble finding all of the treasures.
There is an Alchemy perk called “Witcher,” which uses a wolf icon and lets you drink more potions.
The Talmberg Huntsman, who gives you a quest to track down poachers, is named Nicholas Angel. That is the name of Simon Pegg’s character in Hot Fuzz.
In the forest east of Rattay, you can find a pair of giant boots near a skeleton.
In the forest southeast of Vranik, you can find a traffic cone in a watchtower. This is a nod to the alpha and beta test for the game, in which traffic cone assets were used to mark out the playable area.
It is possible to find the body of an apparent witch—a woman who had been riding a broom, wearing a black hat, and reaching for a wand.
The five pieces of the Queen of Sheba sword can be found in the following locations:
At the horse stable in Merhojed, you can find a horse named Roach. If you ask the horse trader about her, he will say he bought Roach from “some odd Polish fellow” who had settled down with a wife. This is a reference to Geralt’s horse Roach in The Witcher 3 (as well as the Witcher novels).
At the horse stable in Neuhof, you can find a horse named Epona. If you ask the horse trader about her, she will ask if you can play the flute, saying that the horse won’t listen to anything except a pipe or flute. This is a reference to Link’s horse in the Legend of Zelda series, and how Link needs to use Epona’s Song to call her.
You can find armor for your horse’s head in the forest east of Ledetchko. There is a large nest up on the cliff. If you reach the top of the cliff and use the bushes to climb up to the nest (because you can stand on bushes temporarily), you can take the armor from the dead horse in the nest.