This is where the bard Hedgin tells his stories as a member of the Harpers, and Simon the wizard and Fletcher Forge are involved in the robbery scene. Now owned by the Dunluce family, descendants of the MacDonnells, Castle Glenarm is open to the public and hosts film shoots for Thieves among Honor and Dragons: Dungeons. The castle is located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and was built in the 17th century. It is set among 4,000 beautiful acres of gardens.
The Dún Briste Sea Pinnacle, County Mayo
The Korinn Fortress interiors were crafted in the studio, drawing inspiration from the distinctive natural surroundings. Over time, this distinct rock pillar, formerly linked to the shoreline, was gradually eroded by the sea, thus earning the name Dún Briste, signifying a “shattered fort” in Gaelic. Standing approximately 50 meters above the ocean, it stands as a solitary stone column, the Dún Briste Sea Stack, a geological formation located on Ireland’s northwestern coast.
The Coastal Stretch of Causeway
According to local legends, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland’s County Antrim was built by the Irish giant Finn MacCool to cross the sea to Scotland. The Causeway Basalt, a unique geological formation made up of over 40,000 hexagonal columns of basalt, is the main attraction. The area is famous for its towering cliffs, sandy beaches, and spectacular scenery.
It provides the proper atmosphere and scenery for the iconic settings depicted in the original game’s quests, based on the film. Many seaside scenes were shot on the Giant’s Causeway in the film. A place of mystery and grandeur, it is an ideal setting for the Thieves among Honor & Dragons: Dungeons.
The shooting sites for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor among Thieves in England
The cathedral in Wells, located in the country, is said to be the most beautiful and oldest in Europe, dating back to the 14th century. It is particularly famous for its fan vaults, which are located in the central nave. Construction of the cathedral began in 1175 and took several centuries to complete. It is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in England, with a famous façade adorned with over 300 statues and gothic architecture.
The film crew also filmed scenes of Lord Neverember’s chamber in the grounds of Wells Cathedral. Some scenes, such as Kira meeting Holga and Edgin, were shot in the majestic setting of the cloister in this location.
Bourne Wood, Farnham, Surrey
Doric, the creature that is a combination of a bear and an owl, transforms itself into the location where the druidess used the set multiple times for the film Dungeons and Dragons: Honor among Thieves. Additionally, it caught the attention of the film crews due to its expansive and popular open areas among the local community. The woodland, which is situated in Surrey, is inhabited by numerous oak, beech, and conifer trees, covering an estimated 130 hectares of land.
It is the exceptional estate where the teams have set the scene for the city of Neverwinter. Now, Alnwick is the location for the film Dragons & Dungeons, just like how it is the location for the Harry Potter saga. The castle, which was built in the 11th century, is considered one of the most majestic castles in England. It is located in Northumberland county and features a large landscaped park with a wide variety of trees and plants, as well as waterfalls and a large lake spanning 16 hectares.