The Witcher 1 Enhanced Edition: STuck in Chapter 1 plz help and thanks...
28.01.2012 @ 03:41 #1
28.01.2012 @ 03:57 #4
There is another way of getting it though, you have to talk to an old woman in the Outskirts, she says something about her dying grandson so it should be fairly easy to identify her, she asks you for a White Gull potion to save her grandson, and in exchange she gives you the ring.
28.01.2012 @ 04:00 #5
take that to the depths of forever,
and you still will barely have a glimpse
of what I'm talking about"
28.01.2012 @ 04:01 #6
28.01.2012 @ 05:17 #8
You guessed right. Odo is a serious drunk, so beer won't work and neither will wine; only strong alcohol will work. You need at least three bottles of strong alcohol. Once he's warmed up, then you can say, "The Reverend sent me to help you," just as usual.
You'll be VERY drunk once you've finished talking with Odo, so you might want to have a Wives' Tears potion on hand.
Strong alcohol is any of the following:
Local Pepper Vodka
Cherry Spirit Cordial
There are a few other things that are also considered strong alcohol -- such as Alcohest and White Gull -- but those are best used as potion bases, rather than for drinking.
28.01.2012 @ 14:00 #9
28.01.2012 @ 19:45 #10
Quest items can't be removed from your quest inventory, and as you say, the ring has to go on your finger. That's why although it's a quest item in one sense, it isn't treated as a normal quest item and doesn't go to that special quest inventory place.
People have come here before complaining that their inventories were full, so they couldn't accept the Reverend's ring, and it fell to the ground. It IS possible to pick things up from the ground. Just move a step away, drop something unnecessary -- to make a space in your inventory -- then move back to where you dropped the item. Your cursor will change to a hand when it's over an item you can pick up from the ground.
(I know the original poster doesn't need this information anymore, but I leave it here for people who search for answers to this problem in the future.)