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(Trivia: "Spirit of Radio" lyrics are derived from "The Sound of Silence". No point in double-referencing the same line.)
 
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To finish it, simply head back out to the main chamber and place the bones in the empty sarcophagus.
 
To finish it, simply head back out to the main chamber and place the bones in the empty sarcophagus.
   
== Journal entry ==
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== Journal Entry ==
 
: ''At a sacred site of the cult of the [[Lebioda|Prophet Lebioda]], Geralt stumbled upon the remains of one of the prophet's most fervent adherents - a monk known as the [[Great Beggar]]. Alas, the poor man had been bricked up alive and left to starve in the wall of the chapel, so his restless soul promptly attacked the witcher. Geralt knew that the only way to help the Great Beggar's soul to find peace was to give his remains a proper burial.''
 
: ''At a sacred site of the cult of the [[Lebioda|Prophet Lebioda]], Geralt stumbled upon the remains of one of the prophet's most fervent adherents - a monk known as the [[Great Beggar]]. Alas, the poor man had been bricked up alive and left to starve in the wall of the chapel, so his restless soul promptly attacked the witcher. Geralt knew that the only way to help the Great Beggar's soul to find peace was to give his remains a proper burial.''
 
: ''Luckily, Geralt did not have to search far for an appropriate sarcophagus. He laid the Great Beggar's bones in a grave within the chapel, thus securing his rattled soul's eternal rest.''
 
: ''Luckily, Geralt did not have to search far for an appropriate sarcophagus. He laid the Great Beggar's bones in a grave within the chapel, thus securing his rattled soul's eternal rest.''
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* The quest name is a reference to a line in the song "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sound_of_Silence The Sound of Silence]" by Simon and Garfunkel.
 
* The quest name is a reference to a line in the song "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sound_of_Silence The Sound of Silence]" by Simon and Garfunkel.
*The quest name is also a reference to a line in the song "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Spirit_of_Radio Spirit of Radio]" by Rush. "The words of the prophets were written on the studio wall".
 
 
[[Category:Blood and Wine quests]]
 
[[Category:Blood and Wine quests]]

Latest revision as of 06:49, May 11, 2020

The Words of the Prophets Are Written on Sarcophagi is a secondary quest in the Blood and Wine expansion.

Walkthrough Edit

This quest can either be picked up while doing Scavenger Hunt: Grandmaster Manticore Gear, or by exploring the abandoned temple near Prophet Lebioda Statue. On entering the hidden area of the temple, the Great Beggar's Ghost will attack. Take care of it, then loot the nearby skeleton for the Bones of the Great Beggar to start the quest.

To finish it, simply head back out to the main chamber and place the bones in the empty sarcophagus.

Journal Entry Edit

At a sacred site of the cult of the Prophet Lebioda, Geralt stumbled upon the remains of one of the prophet's most fervent adherents - a monk known as the Great Beggar. Alas, the poor man had been bricked up alive and left to starve in the wall of the chapel, so his restless soul promptly attacked the witcher. Geralt knew that the only way to help the Great Beggar's soul to find peace was to give his remains a proper burial.
Luckily, Geralt did not have to search far for an appropriate sarcophagus. He laid the Great Beggar's bones in a grave within the chapel, thus securing his rattled soul's eternal rest.

Objectives Edit

  • Find an empty sarcophagus and place the bones in it.

Trivia Edit

  • The quest name is a reference to a line in the song "The Sound of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel.
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