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Dmitri is a bandit, a murderer and a secondary character in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. In the game, he has many tattoos which are not apparent in the journal image, despite covering most of his arms and torso.

Geralt meets him during Troll Trouble quest in Chapter I, at the cemetery of Lobinden, while he is talking with his men of their latest victims. As you can expect, the dialog shortly ends in a fight where this creep finally finds his end.

Looting his remains, Geralt finds a Bandit hideout key and a letter of safe passage, where he can read the involvement of Louis Merse and Bernard Loredo in Dmitri's deeds.

Journal EntryEdit

Comparing Dmitri to a Zangwebari hyena would be an insult to the poor animal. Unlike the beast, this scoundrel fed not only on carrion, but also on human and nonhuman misfortune. It was thus that he gathered his blood money.
Even mentioning Dmitri in this story elevates him far more than he deserves, thus let us merely note that the witcher took his life and say nothing more of the son of a bitch.

Associated QuestsEdit


  • The victim that Dmitri and his crew are talking about, when Geralt finds him at the cemetery, turns out to be Thaler's spy.
  • Among the long list of Dmitri's victims, there is also a troll.
  • You can find the Bandit hideout in the southeast area of the forest. It is a lonely house in the middle of a swampy area, on the other side of the river.
  • In one of the corpses after fight, there is Report for Thaler. It proves, that Dmitri, Vencel Pugg and Louis Merse are fisstech dealers and members of criminal organization Salamandra.
  • As of the Enhanced Edition, Dmitri now throws daggers during the fight.


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