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Dawn at Kaer Seren is an immersive role-play adventure (larp) inspired by the world of The Witcher.

The year is 1235. Humans of the Northern Kingdoms and the Nilfgaardian Empire have been at relative peace for the past generation. Fergus var Emreis (Emhyr’s father) is the Emperor of Nilfgaard, and Radovid IV reigns over Redania. Lara Dorren’s death took place 93 years ago and the war that followed instilled racial tension between humans and elves that continues on till this day.  ​  


Sorceress Triss Merigold has called for a council of the northern rulers, which brought their nobles and advisors to Kaer Seren, the Griffin Witchers Castle, to discuss a somber prophecy that has come to light and which may threaten the very fabric of society. Word of the gathering has spread across the entire Continent, so it is not surprising that it will attract a variety of individuals trying to influence the negotiations in their favor. Soon it may dawn on the hosts that they have bitten off more than they can chew in their efforts to ensure peace.


Intrigue / Negotiations / Politics / Secrets / Fighting / Difficult Choices / The Lesser Evil / Greater Good / Monsters / Magic

In-game triggers

Torture / Monsters / Racism (between humans, elves and Witchers) / Death / Wrist restraining (Trial of Grasses) / Sound effects / Fire / Blood



Triss Merigold

Dawn at Kaer Seren will take place April 4-7, 2024
Players arrive on Thursday and leave on Sunday.

Witcher Lambert

Mariastein Castle, 4115 Mariastein, Switzerland. We will organize group transport from Basel airport at an additional cost.

Monster Griffin

This game will be played in English.
Is there is enough demand we may consider running it in German or French in the future.




All tickets to Dawn at Kaer Seren include lodgings, food, a unique character, supporting cast, a living and intriguing story, professionnal pictures, and unforgettabel memories. Players must be 18+.

Bed in a shared dorm room (10 to 14 beds):

  • Solidarity ticket: 330€ per person (15 available)

  • Standard ticket: 380€ per person (31 available)

  • Sponsor ticket: 430€ per person (15 available)

Private room with a double bed or two single beds for 2 players:

  • Double ticket: 960€ (480€ per person)

(4 rooms available for 8 players)

Note that these rooms do NOT have private bathrooms

It is possible to pay in 2 installments, with the second installment being 250€ per player.
Tickets are not linked to gender.

All players will have to bring their own sleeping bag, pillow, and towel.

All bedrooms and dorm rooms are out-of-game.

There are 4 shared showers and 8 shared toilets at the castle.

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Being a royal character means wielding great power and responsibility. All governing decisions are in their hands, but it comes at a price. Royalty always has to remember that everybody is watching them and judging their every move. Choosing the right words, showing impeccable posture, keeping up a façade of strong resolve, it all ensures that the lower classes know that you are the right person to put their trust in. Royalty is quite isolated from other classes and usually mingle with them through proxy. One has to be aware of the consequences if one is caught red handed breaking any rules.  

Their lives are always in danger, so a net of spies and informators, and loyal guards are essential for their survival. Especially in the presence of royalty from other countries.

#Powerful #Cunning #Selfish #Confident #PoliticallySavvy #Manipulative #Socialite #Narcissistic #Ambitious #Bored



Charmed Plume Productions is a non-profit LARP organization created in 2020 and based in France. Our aim is to create highly immersive role-playing experiences inspired by universes, stories, and History that we are passionate about.

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John Shockley, Klara Feldšar, Loren Scipioni, Nadja Schroff, Peter Kanev, Yannick Vlug



Logo, website & player guide design by Wolfrum Graphics

Witcher illustrations from Witcher Original Art goodie pack, CD Projekt Red

Paint stains from Freepik


We also owe our thanks to Andrew Russell.

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