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5 minutes ago With the variety of bombs in The Witcher 3, it can be confusing to learn how to use them all. Here's how to use each kind! The Witcher 3 Next Gen Update Information General Tips and Helpful Guides How-To Guides Equipment: Swords, Armor, and More Item Guides Witcher Signs Abilities and Mutations Crafting and Alchemy Boss Fights > The Most Important Choices You'll Have to Make Major Quests Side Quests Blood and Wine Quests Hearts of Stone Quests Witcher Contracts Treasure Hunts Gwent Guides The World of The Witcher: Lore and Locations The Witcher 3 Lore, Explained The Witcher 3 Lore, Explained Important Places Mods Table of contents The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is well known for its wealth of amazing content, from the size of the world, to the huge number of items Geralt can discover and craft. Aside from being a master monster hunter, it turns out he is also something of a master craftsman. This certainly works in his favor, as there is a staggeringly high number of craftable items in The Witcher 3. Some of the most valuable items that Geralt can craft are his throwable bombs. With a wide range of applications, these weapons remain important throughout the entire game. And with multiple tiers of upgrades on top of the base item, completing the full list of every available bomb will keep Geralt busy for quite some time. This guide will provide players with a comprehensive list of everything required to both craft and upgrade all bombs in The Witcher 3. Updated by Christopher Norman Worcester on May 9, 2023: With the release of the next-gen update, we've added a comprehensive list of materials required to craft and upgrade each bomb, as well as a basic explanation of their uses. 10 How to Craft and Upgrade Bombs in The Witcher 3 Geralt will begin his journey in The Witcher 3 with two bomb types ready to be crafted: Samum and Grapeshot. These will be enough to begin the journey, but represent a tiny fraction of what's available. To craft bombs, Geralt must wait until he is free to roam White Orchard. Once there, he can access the Alchemy section from the pause menu. This section represents the items that Geralt can craft on his own, as opposed to weapons and armor, which must be taken to the blacksmith and armorer, respectively. This will include things like Witcher 3's decoctions and potions, as well as bombs. Other than the Grapeshot and Samum, Geralt will have to find or buy the base and upgrade manuscripts for every bomb. The fastest route to collecting all manuscripts is to simply buy them. There are a select few Herbalists and Alchemy Supply merchants that carry many of the manuscripts. It is also possible to find manuscripts through exploration, but many of them are randomly assigned to chests on each playthrough. Any manuscript that is likely to be in a single, specific area will be noted in its corresponding section. Once Geralt acquires a manuscript, he can craft it in the Alchemy section . Bombs only have to be crafted once. After that, meditating will automatically refill all charges of every bomb. Many of the Superior quality upgrades are available for purchase at Gremist's Alchemy Supply in Gedyneith. Geralt will need to complete his side quest before he'll agree to sell his wares. 9 How to Use Bombs in The Witcher 3 Bombs can be extremely powerful tools in The Witcher 3. The key to knowing exactly how to use them lies in the pages of Geralt's trusty bestiary. Once Geralt kills a beast, it will be added to the list, and included with that will be all of its vulnerabilities. Geralt can use this information to try and guess exactly what other monsters may be vulnerable to. And remember, if a beast is vulnerable to the base version of a bomb, it will be vulnerable to all versions of it. 2 Images Close Equipping a desired bomb has become incredibly easy with the next-gen update. Go to the inventory and select a bomb to equip from the 'Oils, Potions, Bombs' section. Once it is equipped, pull up Geralt's weapon/sign wheel by holding L1/Left Bumper. The equipped bomb should show up at the 5 o'clock position. While holding the wheel open, hover over the bomb and use the d-pad to cycle through all available bombs. When Geralt has the desired bomb selected, he can press R1/Right Bumper to throw at a locked target. Or, he can hold R1/Right Bumper to bring up a reticle and aim for himself. With this, Geralt is free to use his bombs whenever he chooses. 8 Grapeshot Although the Grapeshot is one of the earliest bombs Geralt will get his hands on, it will remain a viable tool throughout his time on the path. This bomb can be used in practically any combat encounter where physical damage is relevant. The Grapeshot is one of a few bombs that can be used to destroy monster nests. Bomb Enhanced Upgrade Diagram: Purchase: Geralt can purchase the diagram from Otto Bamber at the Herbalist's Hut located across the river from Oxenfurt's Novigrad Gate. Superior Upgrade Manuscript: Purchase: Gremist is a druid living on Skellige . Geralt must complete a side-quest before gaining access to his wares, but once he does, he can buy several superior bomb upgrade diagrams. He is found at Gedyneith. Loot: This diagram is one of the infamous 'random chest' diagrams, and as such cannot be reliably labeled as being located at any one location. If trying to find it quickly, it is likely better to purchase the diagram from Gremist. 7 Samum Samum is the second starting bomb, and can be used to temporarily blind enemies. Samum is particularly useful against enemies with eye-related attacks, like the Fiend. Be careful, however, as Geralt can blind himself if he's too close to the explosion. Like the Grapeshot, this bomb will also clear monster nests. Bomb Loot: Randomly assigned chests. Purchase: N/A Loot: It is sometimes possible to find this manuscript in the Clan Tordarroch Forge cave, where the 'Master Armorers' quest takes Geralt. However, it has been reported by some players that this is not the case. It is likely a possible random location, and therefore not always accurate. There are several reported locations of this nature, including: behind a breakable wall in the Von Everic Family Crypt, the Arkstone Castle Ruins during "A Dark Legacy," or in the Ancient Crypt on Ard Skellig. 3 Dimeritium Bomb Dimeritium Bombs have the ability to block the use of magic, making them incredibly useful against any enemy that wields magic-infused attacks. The bomb releases a cloud of small dimeritium shards, temporarily affecting anything in its blast. These bombs are used to close the portals created by the Wild Hunt minions. Given their nature, Dimeritium Bombs will not destroy monster nests. Bomb
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