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Whoreson Junior from The Witcher 3
Highly variable, usually higher than average
Lack of moral, greed, sadism, cruelty
Discharge people from excess valuables, fraud, racketeering, blackmail, kidnapping, drug dealing, assassination
Variable, usually involve frequent change of workplace
Highly energetic, dynamic activities full of excitement and adventure
High risk of dying early

Thugs are abundant in the Witcher's world. Sometimes they work alone or in small groups, sometimes form diverse criminal organisations like Salamandra.

In the Witcher books[edit | edit source]

Notable thugs[edit | edit source]

Koshchey's Men[edit | edit source]

Renfri's band[edit | edit source]

Nissirs[edit | edit source]

Trappers[edit | edit source]

Rats[edit | edit source]

Pinta gang[edit | edit source]

Nightingale gang[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

Notable thugs[edit | edit source]

Salamandra[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Notable thugs[edit | edit source]

Grossbart brothers[edit | edit source]