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Queen of Sheba’s Sword is a side quest in Kingdom Come Deliverance. You can start it by talking to a particular blacksmith, but only after you’ve already acquired one of the sword’s pieces.The blacksmith will ask you to gather the remaining shards, so that he can reforge the blade. The game won’t tell you where to find them, though, which is exactly what you’ll find in our Kingdom Come Deliverance Queen of Sheba’s Sword quest guide.

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You can start the quest by talking to the swordsmith in Sasau after you’ve obtained one piece. He can be found in the south part of town, as soon as you cross the river.


The next piece is in Rattay. You’ll find it in the home of the local swordsmith. He works and lives in the western part of town. The shard is in a trunk on the second floor, next to the inner staircase. You’ll need a key for it, or the ability to crack a very hard lock. The swordsmith himself has a key, but we got ours from a woman who entered the house for some reason – presumably a member of his family.

The last one is in Talmberg, in the blacksmith’s house. He lives in the center of the village, near the place where the two rivers converge. When you enter the house, you’ll see two doors on your left. Go through the second one, and you’ll see the piece on a barrel in the corner.

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The 5th piece of the sword from pickman can still be found, even if you don’t get him a job.It is located on a shelf in the storageroom at the home of the blacksmith in northern rattay.

Bellow the blacksmith marker. The storage room of the house is easy to recognize. The piece is hard to see on the corner of a shelf