Want to know the details of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Mutagen Transmutator and mutations to build the ultimate character? Then look no further!
Hello Witchers. CD Projekt RED brings us their DLC "Blood and Wine." This latest installment brings us so much change. In this guide, you'll learn everything about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Mutagen Transmutators and new mutations. So if you were wondering what to do with all those extra mutagens, your prayers are about to be answered.
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First thing first, this guide is divided into two main sections:
*Note: All mentioned quests must be completed.
This quest will begin with a letter from Yennefer. She tells you about Professor Moreau and his work into Witcher mutations. You will need to locate his journal in the cemetery at the Lebioda's Gate just outside the city. Use the "Old Map of Toussaint," to locate the underwater elven ruin, Dol Naev'de, Valley of the Nine. Here you will fight your way to Professor Moreau's laboratory, where you will learn about his quest to cure the witcher mutations.
He developed a mutated giant centipede albumen, but unfortunately, his experiment failed upon curing the witcher mutations. Professor Moreau, however, succeeded in creating more witcher mutations.
There are twelve new mutation abilities:
As a payment towards your service for the "Beast of Toussaint," Dutchess Anna Henrietta awards you the vineyard property of Corvo Bianco. Finally, after forever and a day of battles and contracts, Geralt of Rivia has a place to call his very own. What a wonderful "retirement" package!
Corvo Bianco has seen better days, and it's up to you to restore her to her prime. It will definitely cost you some hefty coin too. Purchasing every single upgrade, including those that make the property shine, will cost around 14,000 Crowns. Use the fast travel feature to the property and talk to your majordomo, Barnabas-Basil. You will get a tour and a background history of the vineyard and its former owners. Once completed, he will ask you about renovations.
There are perks you can obtain by sleeping at your home. All that is needed is to select the upgrades. You will need every upgrade to acquire the achievement/trophy.
The greenhouse is the only place to find the specific herbs needed to make the Mutagen Transmutators. I did notice that the only trophies and wall hangings you can place will come from the "Blood and Wine" expansion. Armor stands and weapon displays can use every item you have from throughout the entire game.
The Perfumery merchant is located in Beauclair. He tires of the traditional requests. He sells many alchemy items, glyphs, runestones, and:
The merchant also sells the formulas for the Superior Draconid Oil and Superior Cursed Oil for 142 crowns each.
Unlike the Potion of Clearance that resets your ability points completely, the Potion of Restoration only returns the ability points used towards your new mutations. The mutagens that are used do not get reallocated, this is where Mutagen Transmutators come in handy.
Mutagen Transmutators allow you to change the type and color of an existing mutagen. So, in plain English, for your new mutation perks, if you have more blue than green, or red than blue, you can fix that to have the necessary mutagens to acquire these new mutations. The new witcher mutations not only cost Ability Points, but specific mutagens too.
Blue Lotus flower is a new ingredient required to make all blue mutagens (Corvo Bianco greenhouse).
Nazairi Basil is a new ingredient required to make all green mutagens (Corvo Bianco greenhouse).
Winter Cherry is a new ingredient required to make all red mutagens (Corvo Bianco greenhouse).
Hope this helps. Don't forget to check through The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Master Guide List for more helpful guides, tips, and tricks to assist you throughout your journey.