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There are also indications in the books that there are several individuals who previously might have been, although not directly mentioned as, witchers. Such individuals include Codringher the intel trader/analyst, and the sorcerer Vilgefortz of Roggeveen.
Not really as such - they all claimed that they were witchers "in their own way" but not one person ever actually likened themselves to being a witcher itself - mostly because they believed witchers 'anachronistic' or 'old' and therefore not as good as their own new way at looking at things, thus none of those people were actually witchers. Though, talking about how these people felt is a nice political point in the literature. It's more ... opinions of what a witcher represents and how people have evolved since men arrived on the continent. IchibanOfXintra (talk) 21:37, 12 August 2013 (UTC)
- Agreed. My previous statements were based on my poor understanding of the Polish. I've since read all the books in French and am making my way through the English versions as they appear :) — Game widow (talk) 21:42, 12 August 2013 (UTC)
- It is a very interesting point. And I do love Geralt's comeback to Codringher, effectively telling him just how corrupt his way of dealing with monsters is. Ah, they joy of Witchers :) IchibanOfXintra (talk) 21:50, 12 August 2013 (UTC)