Codringher (d. 1267) was one half of the duo that formed the famous Dorian detective agency of Codringher and Fenn. However, many considered the two people to be one and the same person, Codringher. In actuality, Fenn did exist but due to his crippled status, stayed within a hidden room to research.
Being the main face of the detective agency, Codringher was known for finding any information (or burying it) as long as the price was right. He could suddenly get a long-term prisoner out of jail when evidence suddenly went missing or even turn up new information on a supposedly dead princess.
One day he was tasked by Geralt to learn what he could on the mage Rience in the hopes of finding out what he wanted with Ciri. While most of the mage's background was missing, Codringher did provide new insight into the mage's past before stating he could help the witcher make the problem disappear: to send a false Ciri that was of similar age and appearance as the real one, but the witcher refused.
Later, during the night of the Thanedd coup, Codringher and Fenn were looking over new information they had acquired, showing the carriers of the Elder Blood and discovered one of Ciri's ancestors was the infamous Falka, who had cursed those present just before she was burned alive that one day one of her descendants would destroy them. As Condringher decided he was going to try and take part in the dangerous political environment going on with this information, three visitors knocked on the door. Ever cautious, when asked by the visitors for Codringher he pretended to be a servant but the three, Schirrú, Millet and Nazarian, knew who he was and killed him and Fenn before setting fire to the agency on Rience's orders.