Vizimir II (d. July 1267), known as the Just, was the king of Redania and the son of Heribert and Diana de Saint-Villiers. After his death at the end of an elven assassin's blade, he was succeeded by the Regency Council, headed by Sigismund Dijkstra and Philippa Eilhart.
He wished to join the royal families of Redania and Temeria, and thus offered his daughter Dalimira to Foltest. The young king of Temeria refused, though, and the relations between the two kingdoms grew cold.
The sorceress Philippa Eilhart was an adviser in Vizimir's court, and not only held her position but also bolstered it in the years following Vizimir's demise.
- In Michael Kandel's translation of "The Witcher" (for the A Book of Polish Monsters anthology), Vizimir was known both as Cuthbond and Glothur.
- He was most likely inspired after Casimir II the Just, who was the High Duke of Poland and Duke of Masovia in the 12th century.