A LEGO replica of the stronghold Kaer Morhen includes a few amusing additions.
An avid The Witcher 3 fan: Wild Hunt is using LEGO to build a fantastic LEGO replica of Kaer Morhen, the School of the Wolf’s Witcher training facility. With true, The Witcher 3:There is no Wild Hunt LEGO, but there is a lot of demand for it—fans have made a lot of custom builds for characters over the years.
Kaer Morhen, loosely translated from Elder Speech to Keep off the Elder Sea, was built by Nordlings a few centuries before The Witcher 3 took place. It served as a place for Witchers to rest and train. It was in the Blue Mountains, far from the ongoing wars in the south.
Following the events depicted in The Witcher, it was left in ruins: Bad dream Of The Wolf, a Netflix anime film that offered understanding into Vesemir’s more youthful years, when Kaer Morhen was the site of a disastrous fight.
However, despite its dire need for repairs, the keep continues to provide a safe haven for any Witchers who remain.
Rampart87’s image of the crumbling castle, which he posted to Reddit, features amusing additions that are unique to this version.
The adherence to a consistent color scheme is admirable for an unofficial piece, and the base perfectly depicts The Witcher’s Kaer Morhen’s rough and dangerous mountain structure. The only way into the keep is through the bridge, which leads to a short section of “The Killer,” the dangerous path to Kaer Morhen that must be taken to get there.
The damage done by the pogrom at the end of the 12th century is very well-detailed, with towers that were only partially built representing the extensive damage. In the comments, some people complained about the low resolution because they wanted to see more.
Others pointed out some nice extras, like Yennefer of Vengerburg throwing out a mattress in The Witcher, which was a fiery scene from the third installment. The unofficial set received deserved praise when it was on display at the Nebraska-based LEGO convention Brick Days earlier this year.
Regarding The Witcher, 3:Players will soon be able to return to the breathtaking views from the balconies of Kaer Morhen, despite the absence of LEGO, with the game’s next-gen release finally confirmed.
Even though the castle was most prominently featured in the third game, players will also see it in the upcoming The Witcher Remake, formerly known as Canis Majoris, where the prologue takes place in the decaying keep.
Third Witcher: The PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One versions of Wild Hunt are currently available.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions are expected to be released in December 2022.