There are two characters named Lucretia or Lukrezia Vigo in the series.

Lucretia Vigo (sorceress)

Lucretia Vigo and also a sorceress active in the 13th century. She was mentioned in Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi by Effenberg and Talbot as having been accused of using mandrake for criminal purposes during the witch hunts.[1]

Lucrezia Vigo (Fringilla's descendant)

Lucrezia Vigo was the great-great-great-granddaughter of Fringilla Vigo.[2]


Once upon a time she tried to play with a cat, but it was afraid of her and hissed.[3]


  1. Baptism of Fire
  2. Andrzej Sapkowski's alphabet
  3. an interview with Andrzej Sapkowski, a line about fragment cut from The Lady of the Lake.
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