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Boholt figur.jpg
Concept art for The Witcher
Dragon slayer / Mercenary
Crinfrid Reavers
Physical Description

Boholt is the oldest member and also the leader of the Crinfrid Reavers, a group of mercenaries hired by King Niedamir to take part in the hunt for a dragon outside Barefield in "The Bounds of Reason", a short story in the Sword of Destiny collection by Andrzej Sapkowski. The rest of the group includes:

In the Polish Movie and TV series[]

The Crinfrid Reavers appear in the episode "Smok" of the The Hexer, where Boholt was portrayed by Marian Glinka.

In The Witcher computer game[]

Early concept art from the game suggests that Boholt was considered as a character, but obviously did not make the final cut.

In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[]

Boholt does not appear in The Witcher 2, only his compatriots Kennet and Desbrut do, but they tell a sad tale of what became of their leader after the dragon hunt. They say he lost his memory after taking a spill and hitting his head on a rock and while he "can still be a beast in battle", he does nought much else, having even lost his interest in women.

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[]

A different band of Crinfrid Reavers mentions Boholt.