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Svillander Edition

Svillander Edition

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Get this bundle and have all the setting-related TTRPG books of Svilland, great for Game Masters!

Includes; Svilland – The Norse Setting for 5E, South Sea, Untold Sagas!

Svilland Campaign Setting

Svilland is a Norse Mythology inspired D&D 5E campaign setting; it is designed to bring the valour, brutality and drama from Norse tales to your roleplaying games. The game is compatible with 5E, but its theme and dynamics are very different than your usual high fantasy game. Sure, there is magic in this realm, plenty of it even. Yet, it is given in a way that reflects omens, spirits, runes and Norse deities with their true forms in the mythology. In Svilland you will learn the true meaning of blood, magic, raids, and wrath of the gods.

South Sea - A Region Guide for Svilland

Welcome to the South Sea, where life is hard, nature is harsh and the seas are challenging. In this expansion of dark and brutal setting Svilland, you will realize that the South Sea is even darker and more brutal in its own style.

This book contains new rules for naval warfare that reflect the famous viking long ships and their legendary sea battles in D&D terms, and new character options suitable for the cultures of the islands of the South Sea. Also, you will find many details about the friends and foes within the islands.

Grab your axes and give your sacrifices to the seas. In the end, Valhalla awaits!

Untold Sagas - Lore Book of Svilland

There is a land in Midgard where a hard people live out their days, standing tall against all that ails them; against harsh howling winds, rough living conditions, and the constant threat of Black Winter looming over them. The dvergrs, half-jotunns and humanoids of Svilland roam the kingdoms of Alsvartr, Nionaem, and Green Lights of the East, seeking to eliminate all signs of this winter threatening to bring an end to life as they know it. They lean on their faith in the Gods and Goddesses and long for the day where they shall stand beside them in the final battle of Ragnarok; some waiting to stand with Loki and his children, and some, with Odin and his pantheon. It is said that when Loki is released from his bounds; when Jormungandr defeats Thor, when Fenrir devours Odin, and when Hel walks Svilland with her army made of the dead and the undead at the end of Black Winter; it will be the end of all things.

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