Kaer Morhen’s fate is seen for the first time in The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.
THE WITCHER NIGHTMARE OF THE WOLF will be released on Netflix later this month, and the first trailer has provided more details regarding Kaer Morhen’s fall and what happened to Vesemir and the Wolf School.
As a spin-off of the Netflix program of the same name, a new film set in The Witcher universe will be released later this month. The unsung narrative of Vesemir (Theo James) and the keep of Kaer Morhen is told in this animated film. The film’s latest teaser provides more information about Kaer Morhen, including who ransacked the settlement before Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) arrived.
Vesemir gathers his Witcher friends to confront an angry mob outside Kaer Morhen in the trailer, which can be seen at the top of this post.
Kaer Morhen is crucial in the Witcher mythos since it is the stronghold where the next generation of Witchers was raised.
This heinous process was carried out on the youngsters by performing genetic mutations and different tests on them, extending their lives and making them stronger than regular humans.
Vesemir fights an irate throng, some of whom appear to be wizards, in the trailer, which can be seen at the top of this article.
Kaer Morhen was sacked by “fanatics” long before the events of the novels, according to the Witcher Wikipedia (or indeed the TV show).
“Fanatics who thought witchers were abominations assaulted the keep and killed most of the teachers and students, substantially diminishing their numbers,” according to the wiki.
This suggests that the upcoming Netflix film would likely dig into the Witchers’ history and explore why they began to be hunted down by humans.
“When you look at Vesemir’s time in canon, and the novels, Vesemir is an active witcher before the collapse of Kaer Morhen, which we don’t know much about at all,” screenwriter Beau DeMayo previously said of the incident. (Courtesy of CBR)
“And I suppose one, just there were more witchers,” DeMayo continued. During his reign, you could also create witches. I also believe there was a greater [intersection]between the court and witchers during Vesemir’s time as a witcher. At least, that’s how I see it.
“And again, in both cases, this is uncharted territory.”Brinkwire Summary News”.