Mysterious Ways

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Main quest
"Mysterious Ways"
KingdomCome Lubosh gutted.jpg
Details
Type
Main quest
Location(s)
Uzhitz
Quest giver
(auto)
Previous quest
Ginger in a Pickle
Next quest
On the Scent

Mysterious Ways is a main quest in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. After having learned from Ginger that a limping man from Uzhitz was among the attackers on the Neuhof stud farm, Henry is sent to Uzhitz by Captain Bernard to find out more.

Description[edit | edit source]

Ginger is hiding out in the woods in fear of his life, because by chance he recognised one of the bandits involved in the Neuhof massacre, some fellow with a limp who lives in Uzhitz.

Objectives[edit | edit source]

  • Find the Neuhof bandit in Uzhitz.
  • Find out where the limping bandit lives.
  • Visit Lubosh.
  • Find out more about Limpy Lubosh.
  • Talk to the priest.
  • The Confessional Seal
  • (Optional) Meet the parish priest in the tavern in the evening
  • Sit down with the priest.
  • Earn the priest's trust.
  • Help Godwin.
  • Climb the bell tower.
  • Drinking binge
  • Give the sermon in church instead of Father Godwin.
  • Sermon
  • Find out if anyone knows anything about Limpy Lubosh.
  • Talk to the Rattay scribe.
  • Get embrocation for the Rattay scribe's aching joints.
  • Look through the Rattay Black Chronicle for any record of Lubosh.
  • Continue according to the clues in the Black Chronicle.
  • (Optional) Get the scribe to help you.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The word "JUDAS" is written in blood over the corpse of Lubosh.
  • Drinking with Father Godwin will unlock the Sinner Achievement.
  • This will block the Virgin Achievement.
  • Drinking with Father Godwin will increase Henry's Drinking skill.
  • A positive outcome for the sermon can be achieved by:
  • Begin the sermmon "Confidently".
  • Choose the option stating God is above all.
  • Continue "Harshly".
  • Choose the option that to sin is human.
  • Finish "Harshly".
  • Choose the option condemning the prelates, while praising Father Godwin.
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