Newest Bundle of Holding Fate of the Norns – May 18, 2020

Latest Bundle of Holding – Fate of the Norns.

Here’s the Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fate_of_the_NornsIt’s a game system I never played before. Here was the Kickstarter campaign from many years ago – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/avalkauskas/fate-of-the-norns-ragnarok-20th-anniversary-editio. This is a Vikings fantasy based RPG setting. This includes not only the Role-Playing Game (RPG) stuff, but some fiction as well.

E-mail from Bundle of Holding:

  • Through MONDAY, JUNE 8, face Viking apocalypse with the Fate of the Norns Bundle

    Adventurer! You subscribed to this Bundle of Holding mailing list to receive news of our pay-what-you-want collections of tabletop roleplaying game .PDFs and RPG-related ebooks at http://bundleofholding.com.

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    LEARN TO KNIT WITH THE KNIT BETTER BUNDLE

    Our new spinoff site, Pattern Chest, sells bundles of .PDF knitting, sewing, quilting, cosplay, and fabric-arts patterns. A couple of gamers told us, “I don’t know anything about this, but I’m interested — how do I get started?” Check the introductory Knit Better Bundle, with lessons and digital patterns from all over the world for every level of knitting skill. The Knit Better Starter Collection has Sean P Riley’s complete 69-page introductory ebook Knitting Untangled, a great first stop for absolute beginners.

    https://patternchest.com/presents/KnitBetter

    VIKING HEROISM IN THE DEPTHS OF FIMBULWINTER

    Through Monday, June 8 we present the all-new Fate of the Norns Bundle, featuring the 2013 20th Anniversary Edition of the rune-based Viking-apocalypse FRPG from Pendelhaven, Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok. The sun and moon have disappeared, devoured by the wolves Skoll and Hati. Fimbulwinter envelops the worlds of the cosmic tree Yggdrasil. Aesir and giants prepare for war. Mankind has descended into anarchy. In this Age of the Sword, new heroes arise who command the power to shape the outcome of Ragnarok.

    Like the Norse sagas that inspired it, Fate of the Norns has a long history. Originally distributed in the ’90s as a free demo .PDF, the game went through three editions (1993, 2002, 2005-6) without ever seeing print. Only with the August 2012 Fate of the Norns Kickstarter campaign did the rules make it onto paper — and how.

    The lavish full-color 20th Anniversary Edition (2013) updates the game’s inventive and well-tested Runic Game System (RGS), which replaces dice with “mystic rune stones” based on the Elder Futhark. Your customized Essence bag contains the runes bound to your character’s powers and abilities — red runes (physical traits), blue (mental), and green (spiritual) — and this bag also doubles as your character’s life force (hit points). When the character, or “dweller,” takes damage, you remove runes from your bag. You lose access to the powers bound to those runes, so damage feels very real. When your dweller dies, the Valkyries may carry off the character to Valhalla or Glassisvellir. The more dwellers you get into the heavens, the more new features in the game are unlocked for your next dweller. Your “Disir” (afterlife) level carries with you — you, the player — through your later Fate of the Norns adventures.

    Pendelhaven expanded the Norns line through successive Kickstarters for Denizens of the North (March 2014), Seith and Sword (Feb 2015), and Lords of the Ash (Sept 2015). This all-new Fate of the Norns Bundle presents much of the Fate of the Norns line, including all the rulebooks, adventures, and even fiction, for a bargain price.

    Pay just US$12.95 to get all four titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $65) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete Fate of the Norns: Ragnarok core rulebook and the full-length introductory adventure Fafnir’s Treasure (which includes a print-and-play set of mystic runes), plus an unusual combination of Seith and Sword, a Ragnarok novel by Chris Challice, and a companion Seith and Sword adventure that defines the story’s elements in game terms. (As a convenience, we also include the free Archetypes Compendium.)

    And if you pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $24.95 to start, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with five more titles worth an additional $100, including the two massive rules expansions and lorebooks Denizens of the North (about Midgard, realm of humanity) and Lords of the Ash (the realms of gods and giants); the adventure Dead Man’s Blade; and another novel-and-adventure pair, Horn of the Kraken (the novel by Stephen B. Pearl) and Horn of the Kraken (the companion scenario).

    Ten percent of your payment (after gateway fees) goes to this offer’s pandemic-related charity, Direct Relief. Direct Relief gets protective gear and critical care medications to health workers, with emergency deliveries leaving daily to medical facilities across the US and to regional response agencies across the world.

    Get this Fate of the Norns offer before Skoll and Hati devour the sun and moon and plunge the world into darkness Monday, June 8.

    http://bundleofholding.com/presents/FateOfTheNorns

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About Wichita Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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