Cosplayer Turns Geralt from The Witcher into a Carpenter
Popular cosplayer Maul Cosplay has once again become Geralt of Rivia, but this time, The Witcher is a carpenter.
Despite several pandemic delays and Henry Cavill’s sustained injuries, season 2 of Netflix’s The Witcher adaptation should appear sometime in Q4 this year.
In order to make the wait a little easier, this cosplayer has donned the silver locks once again, and brought Geralt back to life as a handyman.
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Geralt the Carpenter
Maul’s latest Facebook post has revealed the cosplayer as Geralt once again, sporting a white t-shirt and ready to delve into some woodwork.
The artist explained that he was undertaking a new project – putting his recent Kratos cosplay on hold – and asked his followers what Geralt could be building.
Meet Maul Cosplay
Maul Cosplay, a.k.a. Ben Bergmann, is a professional actor, stuntman, and impressive cosplayer.
Earning the reputation of one of the most well-known cosplayers in the world, Maul attended E3 2018 with his wife and fellow cosplayer Maja, dressed as Cyberpunk 2077 characters.
Fueling their love for cosplaying, the pair decided to create their own business catering to outfit design, stuntwork, and performances.
According to an interview with Night City Life, Maul’s passion for cosplay began when he attended a convention dressed as The Crow with his sister, and has since produced some of the most detailed work in the field.
Maul was also inspired to become a stuntman after meeting Darth Maul actor Ray Park, which inspired the artist’s professional name.
What Other Creations Has Maul Cosplay Done?
Maul has previously worked with CD Projekt Red as the developer’s resident Geralt of Rivia performer.
The artist has also recreated cosplay from Overwatch, The Last of Us, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – the latter of which allowed Ben and Maja to collaborate with Ubisoft for promotional material.
Ben and Maja also run the company Defcon Unlimited where they use their creations for events, which has even involved creating samurai outfits for Final Fantasy XIV director Naoki Yoshida.