The Witcher 3 ► Morkvarg's Curse - Story & Gameplay #116 [PC]

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt: Lifting Morkvarg's Curse which turned him into a werewolf with eternal hunger to roam the garden of Freya forever. Storyline & Gameplay Walkthrough
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  • xLetalis

    Damn, that's a horrible curse, and the voice acting of the werewolf kind of gave me the creeps

  • The Meta

    I found out you can just keep finishing Morkvarg off and he will always drop a loot pile. Good way to get rich.

  • Darky

    Ironically the arch priestess who was Said to have cursed him.Her name was Ulve. The means "wolfes" in Danish

  • The Gaming J.D

    9:01 guy in the background waving "Hullo"

  • siLtzi

    If you lift his curse first and then draw your blade and kill him, the folk in the village will still be talking about ''how can they fish anymore when Morkvarg is sailing the seas again'' which is pretty annoying.

  • Mina Haruna

    You could've asked for the reward THEN killed him

  • Archangel the Stylish

    The most disturbing part of this quest was when Yen performed the reanimation ritual on Skjall's corpse.

  • Andaril2

    15:52 OMG please stop with the wolf paw's

  • Guoenyi

    he sounds like a werepig

  • plamen ivanov

    knowing what he did I feed him his own flesh plus I want to finish up that quest quick

  • The Cryptid Hunters

    One of my favorite contracts

  • Hello Hello

    This boss was truly a tortured soul.. great acting

  • Kai Leng

    I let him go the dudes been through enough.

  • DwightSmith

    This Quest is one of my favorites. Realized that after i played it again today. There are some things that i really liked:1. It is part of the main story but also a stand-alone contract, so you can decide if you do the Morkvarg-Contract first or together with the Skjal-Storyline. 2. There are many different outcomes, and as in many other quests it depends on how far you investigate or how fast you want to get it done. Feeding him his own flesh and get rid of him for good might be the best thing (or so you could thing after you first get this option), but with the fang you definetely get the most content (and you can kill him then too of course) + you earn a additional reward. 3. Cut-Scenes like the one in the hut in the back of the garden (where Morkvarg tells you the story of some brave warriors who tried to chain him there) can be found, if you explore the whole garden. They are not necessary to finish the quest, but i like scenes like that because they give you more backstory and explain some more. 4. The whole setting with the garden is really beautiful and creepy at the same time. The same with the music. 5. The Twist with Einar might be a little obvious, but i liked it, too. 6. Like most of the stories in the Witcher there are no absolutely good or bad choices. Morkvarg was a psychopath and he deserved to die, maybe worse. But if you only imagine how terrible and painful his life as a werewolf was... i can only speak for myself, but i wouldn't want to wish that to any person. Besides, i kinda hate that i chose the peaceful way with Einar, because he murdered women, children etc. He deserved the same fate like Morkvarg....All in all a very nice quest/contract and i really enjoyed to explore the whole garden and follow all the tracks inside of it.

  • Maiq The Liar VII

    You can also kill him, then come back and feed him his own flesh.

  • Asgard Ninja

    I'd get the reward then kill him. "No second chances. I'm not that kind of man" 10th Doctor

  • Ville Lepoaho

    I let him go, then killed him. Two for one.

  • BasedSif

    What if you free him and let him go?

  • Young Dagger 123

    what's the name of that armor mate?

  • MrSaCraft

    what u feed him ?!i give him meat and the meat turned to dust !!وبس والله !!

  • VanishEclipse4867

    What's the point of freeing him when you just going to kill him anyway, and Yennefer again is impatient, a little too impatient as I am seeing.

  • Lucas Rackley

    Morkvarg sounds like he's jumping a leg.

  • MOTB

    I messed this side quest up so bad ! I didn’t do something right now I cannot kill him! Every time I do he just gets to come back alive !! I can’t do anything to change it

  • Dalton K

    This is going to sound really weird, but I wish there was an option to slash yourself, to make the blood offering. Even though I don't believe in whatever religion they practice at Skellige, I like to respect religions in video games (as long as they're nothing cult-like, such as the Eternal Fire). I absolutely loved the garden of Freya, beautiful place. And I love Geralt's goofy humor.

  • Some Time With Me

    Which sword you used here

  • The Senate

    Mokvarg makes the same sound as pigs do

  • Sir Knife

    Pirate Whoreson Junior

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