It has often seemed odd that the intelligent folks of the Northern reaches of Europe, just as smart as people today, could have worshipped such violent and strangely humanoid gods. It is now the modern day and there has been a recent surge into the study of the Norse gods. But many scholars in England and northern Europe have died violently as they investigate into the mysteries of the ancient Norse religion. Something might in fact be behind the awful and violent history of these ancient religions.
Characters in this story are either from Northern Europe or England and are pulled into these strange conspiracies that span the two countries. This story uses the occult-pulp horror deck, though I am using and creating many of my own cards.
This story was inspired by a story by Robert E. Howard, where it was very lovecraftian, but the god in question was Odin, rather than some unpronoucible creation of the author’s own imagination. This game will combine Lovecraftian, Bensenian, and Howardian horror with Norse mytholology.
A few things to consider.
Hosted and narrated by:
Zachary Ruffing (Rattannah)
Scenes played: 16
License: Community License