Quarter the century after the Rivian Pogrom (the very last events from the Witcher Saga) Kaer Morhen, an old keep of the witchers from the school of the Wolf, is being attacked. Leader of ...
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Quarter the century after the Rivian Pogrom (the very last events from the Witcher Saga) Kaer Morhen, an old keep of the witchers from the school of the Wolf, is being attacked. Leader of the assault is a mighty warrior - Agaius. A few years later from Aretuza, newly rebuilt school of the sorceress, runs Ornella, who has been suspected of finding the legendary Alzur's Almanac. In pursuit comes Triss Merigold, with help of an old bard, Dandelion, his bastard son Julian and Lambert, the last monster slayer, seeking for revenge.Written by
It takes people who care to make something special
This film proves that even with a small budget and limited resources, if given to people who love the Witcher and the work of Mr. Andrzej Sapkowski and CD Projekt RED and are passionate about their project, you can have awesome film. This fan film by it's quality is in my opinion superior to the Netflix adaptation. You can see that all the people care about making a good representation of the world of the Witcher. When you look and the costumes, building's ect. you can say that it looks like you imagine a medieval, fantasy world. It has the right feel. Also the soundtrack is amazing, similar to the Witcher 3 one but unique in it's way.
The actors are professionals and preform well. Story is solid, and even was a few Easter eggs of the players of the Witcher games. All around a great example of a fan film done right. I hope the people behind it will continue with their amazing work and in the future will bring us more for the world of the Witcher.
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