The House of Respite in The Witcher 3 is easily missed by a lot of players as are these other interesting things about it.

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The House of Respite is a location in The Witcher 3 that is very important to the Nilfgaardian army. The Nilfgaardian soldiers built this location to give them a social place to gather after work and relax for a while.

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Unfortunately, the House of Respite is easily missed by a lot of players because it doesn"t have any relevance to any quests that revolve around the Nilfgaardian army. Since a lot of players missed the House of Respite, there are also a lot of things that they missed inside of it that went unnoticed to both players that never got a chance to explore the location and players that thoroughly explored the House.

Crookback Bog is home to many terrifying creatures; however, it also happens to be home to the House of Respite. Although a lot of players may not be aware that the House of Respite is technically located in the geographical area that Crookback Bog is, they are in the same region.

The fact that the House of Respite is located in Crookback Bog makes it a more terrifying location since the swampland is so mysterious and scary to traverse.

The Nilfgaardian soldiers that guard the House of Respite will not let anybody pass unless they"re wearing the armor of their army. It is also possible to get past the guards by wearing formal attire, such as the Nilfgaardian outfit that Geralt received when he encountered Yennefer for the first time.

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Players should make sure to obtain some Nilfgaardian armor before attempting to pass through the gates of the House of Respite and enter this luxurious building.

The Nilfgaardian base camp is located right next to the House of Respite, and a lot of players missed this since they missed the house altogether. Unfortunately, the House of Respite is easy to miss because it is both small, and it isn"t relevant to any quests.

The House of Respite is the perfect location for the Nilfgaardian army to spend time at since it is so close to their base camp, and all of the soldiers are nearby.

There"s an innkeeper in the House of Respite that the player is unable to interact with, which is very rare in The Witcher 3 since most innkeepers give out quests or, at the very least, are vendors.

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This rare innkeeper can only be found in the House of Respite, and it shocked a lot of players that they weren"t able to interact with this character, especially considering that the House of Respite doesn"t have many other NPCs to converse with.

Only Nilfgaardian officers are traditionally allowed to enter the House of Respite since it is supposed to be a meeting place for high-ranking officials in their army.

This is one of the reasons why Geralt and other common folk are not allowed to enter the House of Respite, and it is surprising to most players that common soldiers of the Nilfgaardian army are not allowed to enter the building. This presents an obvious difference in class between the officers of the Nilfgaardian army and the average soldier.

One other method of entering the House of Respite is by jumping over the fence, which can be jumped over via a glitch. Although this technically isn"t an official way to enter the building, a lot of players opted for this method since tracking down Nilfgaardian armor is such a hassle in the game.

Walking straight up to the walls around the House of Respite will give Geralt the opportunity to hop over the fence if done correctly.

Although the House of Respite is empty in terms of content, it does have a few containers for Geralt to loot if he looks around the building for a while. These containers are located throughout the House, and players should be very observant while exploring the grounds of the House of Respite.

There isn"t any notable loot inside of the House of Respite; however, the player will get some common items that they would regularly find everywhere else in the game, such as the containers inside of houses in Novigrad.

Day and night will help to determine how the people located in the House of Respite are acting since it is considered to be a club for high-ranking Nilfgaardian officers. This means that the player will have to visit during both the day and the night if they want to see everything that the House of Respite has to offer.

The House of Respite is an interesting location even though there isn"t a lot of unique dialogue because the player can experience a location that is bursting with life and atmosphere, especially at different times of the day.

It is likely that the House of Respite contains some form of cut content, or replaced another location altogether. This is evidenced by the fact that the House of Respite was created despite the fact that there is no quest content inside of it.

Furthermore, some players believe that it is possible that there was supposed to be a different location in place of the House of Respite that got scrapped during the development of the game. Regardless, there definitely seems to be some type of content that was cut from the House of Respite.

The House of Respite was built to be a place where Nilfgaardian soldiers could come and relax after a long day"s work. Unfortunately, this didn"t end up being the case for most Nilfgaardian soldiers and instead became a club for Nilfgaardian officers of the highest-ranking.

It is possible that one of the reasons that the House of Respite does not contain any type of content is that the officers inside of it do not want to have to think about work, and as such, they have no contracts to give to Geralt.

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