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Contest: Find the Man of Glass

Gaunter O’Dimm’s devilish nature lets him appear nearly anywhere and control nearly anything. This makes catching him the perfect contest for our most observant forum members!

The Man of Glass appears unexpectedly throughout Hearts of Stone, popping in out of nowhere for short periods of time. We want you to find each of these moments and take a screenshot – simple as that!

The first three people who send in screenshots showing all of the Man of Glass’ appearances will win a signed copy of the Collector’s Edition of Hearts of Stone – the first expansion to the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for PC and PS4. XBOX ONE users will receive a digital code for the expansion plus the Gwent decks!

Submissions should be sent via e-mail to: with your forum nickname and the following text: “I hereby declare, that I have read the rules of the “Find the Man of Glass” contest, available under the following address:, I accept these rules and enter the contest. I hereby authorize CD PROJEKT S.A. (with its registered office in Warsaw, Poland, ul. Jagiellońska 74, 03-301 Warszawa) to process my personal data for the purpose of carrying out the aforementioned contest, and in accordance with the Polish Personal Data Protection Act of August 29, 1997 (Journal of Laws 1997 no. 133, item 883, as amended). I am aware of my right to access and correct my data.” 

Please remember that only one submission per account is allowed. The deadline is November 10, 2015, at 16:00 CET. Click here to see detailed contest rules and regulations.

Good luck to you all and have fun trying to find that menacing trickster!

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