Can't get grandmaster gear and enchantments because they are both too expensive. Anyways to easily farm money?
There used to be a few but they got patched out
Killing the cows in White Orchid - meditating - then killing them again to sell all the skin and milk to the vendor. Doing this now summons a lvl 30 Chort that avenges it’s bovine brothers
You use to be able to buy shells for a few crowns then deconstruct them into pearls to sell - meditate and repeat however this was patched out.
There is even a funny encounter where a Tax Collector questions you in Oxenfort if you have done these 2 things
Quickest way I found was make a load of rune stones and sell them they are also easy to find all over the world with a bit of exploring and can be sold for decent coin can get a few 1000 in an hour or so
Personally, I made money from selling practically everything to merchants, save for some quest specific items and ingredients needed for potions and the like. What I have found is that runestones, even lesser ones, can reward you quite a lump sum of crowns. In my travels, I have found that Hattori, who happens to be the best blacksmith in the game, is the best merchant to sell runestones to for the best price. I checked between him, Gremist, the master alchemist on Skellige, and Yoana, the master armorer in Crow's Perch in Velen. I have yet to come across anyone who has a better return rate of crowns per runestones. If you're hellbent on keeping an item, keep it in your stash (mine is full of A LOT of stuff at the moment) then sell anything you rarely use. Also, sell your gear to the proper vendors. Hattori, being the master blacksmith in the game, is the best for weaponry and Yoana, being the master armorer, is the best for armor. I hope this all helps.
I just sell bandit weapons got to where I can sell weapons for 400 up to 800 crowns
That's good, but the method I posted will offer 5x to 10x that amount. It's all about just selling stuff you never use. I've found that a lot of items in the game, even ones I can dismantle for crafting, I sell. I have never dismantled as of yet in my play-through (and I'm pretty far) and sold most of the items one could dismantle.
The main point I'm trying to make is:
Any and all items you find in your inventory that are never used, sell them. Trust me when I say don't worry about reacquiring them. I've come to find that a lot, if not most, of the items in this game get pretty easy to come by especially the more you play. If you find difficulty finding an item, use this wiki, for example.
Anyways, I hope everyone has a great week.
Go to Skellige and all of the question marks you see in the ocean, do them!! Be about level 16 or so. It is going ro take you some time. You will get 30K out of this, i promise.
Get a boat start sailing to these smuggler caches'. You can overload your carry weight, at one stage mine was about 400 carry weight, not kidding. I then fast travel to Kaer Trolde harbour and then from there fast travel to Kaer Trolde itself and sell averything to the armourer there.
Meditate for about two days and his money will be back and sell the rest. And then repeat and repeat
Go on youtube. Search sword glitch at kaer morhen. Your welcome
It is fuckin expensive indeed .... it’s insane if you can renovate your entire wineyard for half the price compared to such grandmaster armor set ..
Seriously, what BlakeEdog said.
"Go on youtube. Search sword glitch at kaer morhen. Your welcome"
I can confirm that this is still available as I just did it 2 days ago.
If you have the Blood and Wine DLC, go to one of those huge bandit camps in Toussaint and raid it. Be sure that you are high enough level and have plenty of carry weight available cause there are like 30 enemies at each one. Loot all the bandits and sell all the loot you get to the grandmaster smith in Beauclair since he always has a ton of money.
P.S.- you can always turn the difficulty down temporarily if it's too hard.
The way i did it was to find bandits, kill them, and then sell their crappy swords. Usually find a relic or 2 along the way and then repeat. If you take contracts you will walk away with decent relics. Check treasure hunts as well.
I wish the vinyard provided profits.
What do you think?