Disambig-icon This article is about the bank employee, later explorer. For his father of the same name, see Fabio Sachs (senior).

Fabio Sachs was a young clerk at the Giancardi Bank in Gors Velen. He was described as small and freckle-faced, with frazzled chestnut hair which fell onto the high collar of his grey uniform. He was named after his father.


He showed Ciri around the city when Yennefer appointed him her "guide and protector". During one of their excursions, he told Ciri of his keen desire to travel the world and Ciri's innate magical ability foresaw that he would, indeed, become a great and famous explorer, though she didn't tell him so.

Although their excursion about town was not entirely without incident, he proved a loyal friend to Ciri by not telling of how it was actually she that killed the Wyvern and not the knight as everyone believed.

His likely first map

Later during the third Northern War in 1275, he published a map of Pontar Delta, Velen, Kaer Morhen valley and Skellige based on scripts he found in Oxenfurt Academy archives.[1]

After some time he become a great and famous explorer, traveling to previously uncharted parts of the world and even had a cape of the yet-unnamed continent named in his honor. However, he would die alone, far from his wife, son, three daughters, and loved ones at the age of 54 from a disease for which a name still did not exist.


  1. The map given with pre-order versions of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is supposed to have been drawn by him.
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