Into the Wintery Gale: Ancestral Appellations (PFRPG) PDF
ANCESTRAL APPELLATIONSShieldmaidens, völva, raiders, and wardens of the land: The Vikmordere are the fantastical interpretation of a cultural hybrid between Norse Vikings and various indigenous peoples. The Vikmordere are a fantastical blend of ancient cultures in the setting of Aventyr. Over XX pages of additional content for the “Into the Wintery Gale” series details the Vimordere way of life in the frozen North. Ancestral Appellations Includes:
Introduction to the Vikmordere
Eye of the Ice King (for 4 PCs Levels 5-6)
An Introduction to the Vikmordere for New Players
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