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Oren (alternatively Temerian oren) is the official unit of currency in Temeria and the kingdom's vassal states and territories.

In The Voice of Reason, Nenneke tells Geralt that the current exchange rate is 6 orens to every Novigrad crown.

The Witcher[]


It is variously referred to as money, gold or orens and is the only currency used in The Witcher, unless you count gifts and alcohol. You can also check out our price lists!

Making the most of your orens[]

Uses for orens[]

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[]

Orens in The Witcher 2

The oren is still the currency in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which is rather strange given the fact that a good deal of the game takes place in Aedirn, which uses the mark. The Collector's Edition of the game includes a metal replica of a Temerian Oren.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[]

The oren is no longer the main currency in The Witcher 3. Instead, the crown takes its place. May sometimes be referred to as gold or money or coin. During Geralt's journey throughout Temeria he may sometimes acquire a few orens from looting various containers or corpses. These will be kept in his inventory like an ordinary item and may be exchanged for crowns at the Vivaldi Bank in Novigrad for a one-to-one conversion. In the Blood and Wine expansion, orens may be exchanged for crowns at the Cianfanelli Bank in Beauclair.