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The Witcher is the eponymous hero of CD Projekt Red's RPG trilogy. Based on the character of the same name from Sapkowski's novels, he is both a reviled mutant and something of a folklore legend. His job is killing monsters.
Triss Merigold is a powerful sorceress and political player in the Witcher universe. She is a friend, lover and ally of Geralt of Rivia.
A poet, minstrel, bard, and closest friend to Geralt of Rivia, the main character in The Witcher.
A dwarf in The Witcher and a close friend to Geralt of Rivia.
King of Temeria, and father to Adda the White; the girl with the striga curse.
Shani is nurse and a veteran of the battle in which Geralt lost his memory. She's also the third point of the love triangle between herself, Geralt, and Triss.
Former advisor to the King of Redania and one of the founders of the Lodge of Sorceresses.
Vesemir is the oldest and most experienced witcher currently alive. He spends every winter in the witcher's keep Kaer Morhen.
Duchess of Touissant in the Blood and Wine expansion.
Iorweth is the commander of the last Scoia'tael commando unit, and harbors a deep hatred for all humans.
Vernon Roche is a member of an elite Temerian military group, The Blue Stripes, who has been sent to help Geralt find the Kingslayer. He is also very patriotic.
A young leader known for her miraculous feats on the battlefield. Also known as the Dragonslayer.
Adoptive daughter of Geralt and Yennefer in the Witcher series. Makes her game debut in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Powerful sorceress and Geralt's true love. Makes her in game debut in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The personification of death, also known as the Grim Reaper in American culture. Death in this context represents inevitable human mortality.
An ancient Babylonian god who would eventually evolve into a fish-like divinity of the Biblical Philistines. The mythical Dagon's name and and history were also adapted into a great sea deity within H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos.
A witch, in The Witcher, who lives on the outskirts of a city called Vizima.
A poet in The Witcher who's skills in that area are questionable at best.
Adda is a princess in The Witcher who was born a striga as a result of a curse.
Alina is a young girl in The Witcher. She lives in Murky Waters and is the daughter of the village chief, Tobias Hoffman.
In The Witcher, Alvin is a boy that can see the future, but he can't control his powers.
A fistfighter champion in The Witcher.
Angus is a local drug dealer.
A noblewoman from Beauclair, Toussaint. Geralt meets her in act V, after his audience with the king at the Royal Castle.
Azar Javed is a Zerrikanian sorcerer and alchemist who took part in Salamandra's attack on Kaer Morhen, and helped steal the witchers' secret.
A fellow Witcher who Geralt must track down.
A girl that ran away from home to escape her controlling brother. She now works at the House of the Queen of the Night, a bordel serving the rich and powerful.
The personal assistant of Sigismund Dijkstra, the head of the Redanian secret service.
A merchant and dice poker enthusiast who lives in the fishing village in the Outskirts.
A fistfighter champion who seems to be pretty touchy about his weight.
Butter Bean is a reference to the real life boxer Eric Esch, whose ring name is Butterbean
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