|This article is about the smugglers. For the sword, see Hav'caaren (sword).|
| ||The wagons of profiteers Hav'caaren who traded with the Squirrels began appearing clandestinely on forest tracks, paths, glades and clearings. The elves called them hav'caaren, an untranslatable word, but one which was associated with rapacious greed.|| |
|- Baptism of Fire (UK edition)|
Havekar are looked upon with contempt by both humans and elves. They tended to be primarily human, but their membership does include some assimilated elves and dwarves. They appear in Baptism of Fire, the third novel in the Blood of Elves saga.
Notable havekars Edit
The hav'caaren are also known as "hawkers", so conversations about "hawkers and squirrels" abound in The Witcher. Siegfried says that their name derives from an elven word for "ravenous greed", although his grasp of the elven tongue may be sub-optimal, his observation is nonetheless quite accurate.
Associated quests Edit
There are two types of havekar gwent card as part of Scoia'tael Deck and there is also sword with name of this profession.
Gwent cards Edit
- Haren Brogg can be considered a hawker and even accuses Abigail of turning him into one in the Enhanced Edition of the original game.