The Witcher 3 Fan Makes Spectacular Kaer Morhen Replica Out of LEGO
A creative fan of The Witcher crafts a detailed version of stronghold Kaer Morhen with LEGO, which including a few humorous additions.
A fan of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is constructing a phenomenal replica of Kaer Morhen using LEGO, the training ground for Witchers from the School of the Wolf. With official The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt LEGO nowhere to be found but dem& that is evident to see, many custom builds for characters have been developed by enthusiasts over the years.
Kaer Morhen was originally erected by Nordlings a couple of centuries before the events of The Witcher 3 & is loosely translated from Elder Speech to Keep of the Elder Sea. Found in the Blue Mountains, far from the everlasting wars that plague regions to its south, it acted as a site of rest & training for Witchers. It was left in ruin following the events depicted in The Witcher: Nightmare Of The Wolf, a Netflix anime film which offered insight into Vesemir’s younger years, when Kaer Morhen was the site for a catastrophic battle. But the keep continues to providea safe haven for Witchers who still survive, even if it is in dire need of repairs.
An image uploaded to Reddit by Rampart87 showcases a detailed replica of the crumbling castle, brimming with amusing additions unique to this rendition. For an unofficial piece, the adherence to a consistent color scheme is admirable, & the encircling base perfectly represents the rough, dangerous mountain structure that The Witcher‘s Kaer Morhen is carved into. The bridge that offers the only entrance into the keep extends out into a short segment of “The Killer,” the treacherous path that encompasses Kaer Morhen, which must be traversed to reach it.
The damage inflicted by the pogrom of the late 12th century is highly detailed, with partially completed towers representing the extensive v&alism. Comments, with some bemoaning the low resolution due to their desire to see more, pointed out a few ancillary elements that were much appreciated, including Yennefer of Vengerburg in The Witcher throwing out a mattress, in reference to a fervid moment from the series’ third installment. The unofficial set was on display at Brick Days earlier this year, a LEGO convention held in Nebraska, earning deserved praise.
With The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s next-gen release finally confirmed, players can soon return to the breathtaking views from the balconies of Kaer Morhen, albeit with no LEGO in sight. Although the castle was most heavily featured in the third installment, players will also experience it in the upcoming The Witcher Remake, previously known as Canis Majoris, as the prologue transpires in the dilapidated keep.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available now for the PC, PS4, Switch, & Xbox One, with PS5 & Xbox Series X/S versions scheduled to release in December 2022.
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