After Geralt discovers the notice, he comes back to Rudolf de Jonkheer's former property. Upon arrival, Sarah is heard complaining upstairs to Corinne Tilly to not pull her hair as Corinne gives her braids. Geralt finds out that Corinne Tilly is now the new owner of the property. According to Corinne, after the witcher told her that Sarah was responsible for her nightmares, she decided to confront the fiend but instead they both took a liking with one another. After the conversation ends, the quest will also end.
Journal entry Edit
- While strolling the bustling streets of Novigrad, Geralt came across a most intriguing notice. It suggested the man named de Jonkheer had sold some poor fool the house which Sara, the lovable yet mischievous godling used as her dwelling and playground. The notice made it clear the new owner was not amused by his unwanted tenant's pranks. Geralt decided to check up on how Sara and see how she was doing...
- Geralt wasn't sure what he expected to find in the "haunted house" – but it sure wasn't that. The dreamer, having learned about Sara from Geralt, had decided to get to know her. They soon became fast friends and had begun living together in the de Jonkheer's former property. Corinne cared for the godling, and Sara made sure the home did not lose its haunted reputation.
- Visit the haunted house again.