| || Kin' 'ell!' the parrot squawked.
'Shut your beak,' Zoltan Chivay growled at the bird. 'Excuse me. This foreign bird is clever but vulgar. I paid ten thalers for the freak. He's called Field Marshal Windbag.'
|- pg. 76 Baptism of Fire (UK edition)|
After the war, Zoltan sold the bird to the gnome, Percival Schuttenbach. After the Nilfgaard Wars, Percival opened a jewelers workshop in Novigrad, where he used the parrot as a living advertisement. In Polish, the parrot's cry was described as "Brrrylanty! Brrrylanty!" which sounds just like "Brilliants! Brilliants!" which would certainly be an improvement in its vocabulary.