Scandinavia/Iceland Political & Social Issues
Asgard is in a whirr! Their whole world will crumble to dust with the theft of goddess Idun's enchanted apples. If the apples are not found, the gods of the Aesir and the Vanir will age and wither!
Having shunned a kingship in his own land, Bodvar seeks the court of King Hrolf. He raises the son of a poor couple from being a target to being a true champion and humbles Hrolf's berserkers.
Our young hero Hunding leaves the care of his foster-parents to seek out the wide world. He leaves thir home to walk west over Jylland to Ribe on the North Sea coast, and then over the sea to Jorvik...
Before being tested by Adhils' sorcery, King Hrolf's men are tested by Hrani (Odin). With his champions, Hrolf enters Adhils' stronghold. It is now the Svear king's turn to test step-son Hrolf...
Shape-Shifter Loki has been up to his tricks again, and Tyr pays with his hand to get one of the Sly One's 'little monsters' under control!
Small beginnings in Northern Scandinavia, one kindred crosses Norway, over sea to Shetland and Orkney. Warring Viking clans push toward the Scottish mainland to further their own dreams.
The strongest Danish kings of the Viking Age reigned late 10th, early 11th Centuries, their names synonymous with Denmark's zenith, Harald Gormsson, Svein 'Forkbeard' Haraldsson, Knut Sveinsson.
Olaf Haraldsson threatens Hunding with being taken to Miklagard for punishment. Arab merchant Ibn Arslan enters a bidding war with Olaf for the crown, letting Olaf win with a warning.
Ragnar Lothbrok - 'Leather-Breeks' met his end in King Aella's snakepit. After a career raiding around Europe's seaways from north to south, east to west, this king of the Danes was composing poetry up until the moment...
Midwinter, a time for telling and sharing. In a Midgard dwelling a man tells of how, when he paid his respects to the Allfather, he was given wise counsel on how to live his life and prosper...
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