Disambig-icon This article is about the house in The Witcher. For Triss' house in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, see Triss' house (Novigrad).

Triss' house is in the affluent Trade Quarter. When she is in Vizima, she uses an elegantly appointed home on John Natalis Square. Her home also doubles as her workplace which is witnessed by the interesting devices and numerous books found there. Notably, there is a magic mirror which functions as both a teleporter and a telecommunicator in Triss' bedroom on the upper floor.

Journal entry

Triss lives in a corner building on a small square where a statue plinth stands, bereft of its monument. The statue itself, which bore the likeness of an elven philosopher, was recently melted down to make a new bell for the Cloister of the Order of the Flaming Rose. The sorceress has decorated her home very luxuriously, if not extravagantly. There are many expensive devices here, as well as magical components and equipment.

Associated quests


  • Geralt can rest here whenever Triss is at home. The problem is that she is not home between 17:30 and about 03:00. On the bright side, unlike Shani, she still allows the witcher to sleep there if he leaves Alvin with the "other woman".
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