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There are some of you out there who may have a clue as to who Varg Vikernes is and what he is (in)famous for. He has recently admitted that he would like to begin work on a TTRPG in the near future.

His passion for all things Tolkien is well publicized, but expect an air of controversy to follow if he actually manages to get the project to the release stage.

Wow! That would be.... interesting!?!

So if he has trouble with publishing contracts, is he going to murder them or burn the publishing house down?

People could play as the members of Dethklok.

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