Lambert is one of the younger witchers from Kaer Morhen. He has a biting tongue and is rude, especially to Triss Merigold. He does not seem very fond of Triss and calls her by her last name, which she hates. He does not have much use for politics, a trait common to most witchers. He helped train Ciri in the art of combat.
In The Witcher computer gameEdit
Lambert appears in the main campaign of The Witcher, as well as "The Price of Neutrality" premium module. Despite not being fond of her, when Triss was sick and wounded after a fight with a wizard, Lambert cared for her helping to nurse her back to health. Vesimir suggests this might be because he feels guilty.
In The Witcher he is wandering around the ground floor of Kaer Morhen or busy in the courtyard for the duration of the Prologue.
Associated quests Edit
|The young witcher I met at Kaer Morhen sure is quarrelsome and he has a biting tongue... He is rude, especially to Triss Merigold, who he addresses by her last name. I think at times he uses rudeness to express his fondness for someone.|
In "The Price of Neutrality" premium moduleEdit
In "The Price of Neutrality", he can be found staking out the ford nearest the Camp, keeping the local weed problem in check and making sure the unexpected guests do not suddenly try to enter the keep.
|The young witcher is quarrelsome and has a biting tongue, though at times he uses rudeness to express his fondness for someone.|