In the 1270s, Aamad led a crew of some of the best warriors from Ofir and together they journeyed to Oxenfurt in Redania with the goal of lifting the curse from the Ofieri Prince, who had been transformed into a giant toad. Once in the Northern Kingdoms, he hired Verner, an Aedirnian mercenary, to become an interpreter.
When they finally arrived in Oxenfurt they hired another man called Phelippe Calagrande who was to act as their guide through the city. However, nothing went according to plan when he and his soldiers, Annar among them, were in the city. It was too late for their prince and so Aamad decided to at least bring a regicide witcher Geralt of Rivia to his king. He also imprisoned their guide for failing to bring them to their prince in time. Later a mysterious Gaunter O'Dimm appeared to help the witcher by summoning a storm that led to an unexpected landing near Novigrad. Because the guide had drowned in the shipwreck, the Ofiri had to cut off his head for easier transportation.
As the party began to drag Geralt for the long journey home, Verner the mercenary complained why they couldn't just kill Geralt. Aamad told him that the witcher still lived and he wished to see his just punishment in Ofir. However, Geralt regained consciousness and freed himself.
If Geralt faced the Ofiris: Aamad and his warriors attempted to subdue the witcher but failed.
If Geralt did not face the Ofiris: After Geralt managed to run away from them, Aamad and his group set up a camp in the place where they shipwrecked and decided to wait for the witcher to show up again in the area.