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Ostrit was a courtier in the court of King Foltest who loved the king's sister, Adda of Temeria. Angered by the incestuous relationship between the king and his sister, and the pregnancy it led to, Ostrit cursed them.

Indeed, both the mother and the girl-child died during the labour, and they were buried. Several years later, Ostrit's curse bloomed and the girl rose as a striga, haunting the streets of Old Vizima. Ostrit was killed by the monster when Geralt of Rivia used him as a bait to draw the striga out of its crypt.


He appears in both, first Polish comic showing short story illustrated by Bogusław Polch under name "Geralt" and is also shown in the second issue of "The Witcher: Curse of Crows" when Geralt retells Ciri backstory of his first striga contract.

It's also mentioned that the courtier had a one night affair with the princess' first midwife Maerlina and she later, after his death, bore a son he was not predestined to raise, Elid.

The Hexer

In the TV series, Ostrit is portrayed by Andrzej Słabiak.

The Witcher

In the game, the cinematic intro sequence features Geralt using Ostrit as bait for the striga. In the last chapters of the game, we learn more about the man when Geralt finds Ostrit's journal who spells out who was responsible for the original curse.



  1. 1.0 1.1 The Witcher: Curse of Crows
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