King Harald Fairhair, the great Jarl who unified Midgard's petty kingdoms, father to many high and low born children, has died with no successor. On the evening of his death a dreadful omen appeared in the skies above: two celestial wolves, maws outstretched swallowed the sun and moon! Three years later, after an endless and relentless dark winter, heroes rise to forge their... [click here for more]
Asgard and the Aesir gods are under siege by the Rime Jotun hoard. The Muspeli Jotuns search for Loki and Fenrir, while the Vanir try to remain neutral. Rumours abound that Nidhogg, the world devouring wyrm, has escaped his imprisonment. Ragnarok's Sword Age is afoot!Lords of the Ash is the second full sized lore book for the Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok universe. This... [click here for more]
The Viking tales of gods, giants and heroes come alive within the pages of the Illuminated Edda. Visit the majestic city of Asgard- home of the gods. Fight legendary dragons alongside Sigurd, renowned hero. Witness the creation of the world tree Yggdrasil along with the awesome worlds that hang upon its branches. Get entwined in Loki’s schemes as he saves the gods from disaster, and then witness... [click here for more]
The sun and moon have been devoured by the cosmic wolves Skoll and Hati. Fimbulwinter has envelopped the world in the cold and darkness. Men prey on each other in order to survive. Amid the chaos, in the struggle for the throne, comes a war between brothers.
Hakon, illegitimate heir to the throne of Norveig, has obtained a horn that can summon a terror from the depths of the ocean. This monstrosity... [click here for more]
The sun and moon have disappeared from the sky. The worlds on the branches of the cosmic tree Yggdrassil have grown dark and cold. The gods and giants are on the brink of war. Mankind has descended into anarchy.Welcome to the Age of the Sword…. Welcome to Ragnarok!Fafnir's Treasure is a standalone Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok... [click here for more]
In the towns, there is law. | In the wilds men are beasts.One wrong turn and you must stave off death with sword and axe.We are quick to violence. | It is because we are Odin's dogs.When your friends lay cold upon the ground, your foe's blameless. The nature of man is the true culprit.
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