Foltest's castle from outside

Screenshot from first game

The Royal Palace in Vizima is a castle that once served as the seat of power for Temeria's King Foltest and his court. It was built after the abandonment of the previous seat of Temerian monarchs due to problems with a striga.

Adaptations Edit

Royal palace in Vizima comics

As it appears in the comics.

The Comics Edit

Foltests new royal palace also briefly appears in polish graphic novelization of the Witcher short story illustrated by Boguslaw Polch.

The Witcher (PC) Edit

Journal entry Edit

The castle was completed around the time when King Foltest's previous seat was taken over by a striga, the product of the ruler's incestuous affair with his own sister. Spacious stone halls, stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings indicate that dwarven engineering was employed here. King Foltest is a very active ruler and often travels, though when in Vizima he usually occupies his chambers and generally remains at the castle with his modest court. In the throne room, the King grants audiences to his subjects, be they petitioners or trusted advisors.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Edit

The Royal Palace in Vizima is a region in The Witcher 3, but limited to one location, the interior of the palace itself and the current Emperor of Nilfgaard, Emhyr var Emreis, occupies it by the events of third game.

Gallery Edit

The Witcher (PC) Edit

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Edit