Kerack is one of the minor Northern Realms. It is a small kingdom with a city by the same name and a small amount of surrounding land. It is located between Cidaris, which is to the north, Verden to the south and Brokilon to the east. It is main setting of the Season of Storms novel by Andrzej Sapkowski


After monopolising sea trade in the area, former a pirate and bandit leader Osmyk declared himself king in this land. Because no one wanted this piece of land, there were no protest from Cidaris, Verden nor Temeria. Other than Belohun, Osmyk had four other sons, but all of them renounced the right to the throne of Kerack. Reportedly, one of them even did so willingly.

Latter this part of land is ruled by Osmyk's succesor Belohun and after coup d'etat his first-borned son Viraxas. During their reign along with Verden, the kingdoms shared hatred for the dryads of Brokilon.

In the middle of City of Kerack there is a statue of Osmyk as the "founder" of the city, even though it existed long before he was born.

In times of Encyclopaedia Maxima Mundi this small realm was already divided and conquered by its neighbors. Capital became part of Cidaris.

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COA Kerack var1

First coat of arms were designed based on the description in the Season of Storms novel. For a different take on the coat of arms, we have the Mboro's concept.

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Flag Kerack var1

First flag is pennon of Kerackish fleet.

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Trivia Edit

  • According to the optional Annabelle's journal entry, in The Witcher 3, Geralt's involvement in the quest A Towerful of Mice may very well have caused the ultimate downfall of Kerack.