|This article is about Vesemir's pupil in The Witcher. For the character in the novels, see Leo Bonhart.|
Leo was one of the many young orphans of the Second Nilfgaard War. Vesemir took him under his wing at Kaer Morhen and began training him as a witcher around the year 1264. Leo was not a full witcher, as he had not undergone the mutations, but he was intent on working on his craft. He was eager and seemed to want to be a witcher.
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- Leo is the youngest of Kaer Morhen's residents. He's not a full witcher — though he has completed his training, he was not subjected to mutation. Leo comes across as a hot-headed whelp, but is also kind-hearted and good.
- It appears that Leo is somewhat fascinated with me. He has heard the ballads about the White Wolf and now holds me in high regard.
- Leo was killed by the Professor, one of the leaders of the assault on Kaer Morhen. The boy was too hasty and inexperienced. I wasn't able to help him, even though I was right beside him.
- I saw Leo's face again — this time on a specter. It reminded me that I failed in the cellars of Kaer Morhen.
In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, he was mentioned in conversations with other characters, such as one with Vesemir. He also had a cenotaph to the south of Kaer Morhen. Upon its discovery, Geralt will have said: "Leo's grave... A senseless death, could've been avoided."
- The Prologue ends with Leo's funeral pyre, set upon the hill in the Kaer Morhen valley, attended by Vesemir, Lambert, Eskel, Triss and Geralt.
- Leo appears only in The Witcher and not in any of Andrzej Sapkowski's books.
- Over the course of the game Geralt makes multiple remarks that Leo was a friend of his and is deeply saddened of the boy's fate.
- Leo can not use the Signs because he broke his fingers during training.
- Leo had never killed a man.