Lands of the Linnorm Kings lore in 2E


Lost Omens Campaign Setting General Discussion


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So, while reading PF2E world guide, I noticed that a number of changes happened in the current state of the Lands of the Linnorm Kings, such as:

LotLK PF2E changes:
- King Opir attempted to raid New Thassilon, but failed. Now his kingdom is without a leader.
- King Thira took the place of her father, King Svein, who sailed to Valenhall.
- King Nankou, a varki, claimed the title of Linnorm King

Now, my question is whether these changes happened in the course of any Adventure Path, and/or if there is some source where I can learn more on how these changes came to be.

Thank you!

Paizo Employee Designer

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Giuseppe Capriati wrote:

So, while reading PF2E world guide, I noticed that a number of changes happened in the current state of the Lands of the Linnorm Kings, such as:

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Now, my question is whether these changes happened in the course of any Adventure Path, and/or if there is some source where I can learn more on how these changes came to be.

Thank you!

Linnorm Kings Changes:

Opir I believe happened "off-screen", with his write-up in Lost Omens World Guide being the main source of information on what happened to him.

Sveinn Blood-Eagle sailed to Vallenhall during some of the background events of the PFS scenario Corpses in Kalsgard during season 10 (9, maybe?) of the PF1 org play campaign. Sveinn shows up again in PFS scenario Path of Kings, where the party actually travels to Port Valen in Arcadia and meets Sveinn as he continues his quest.

Nankou's story can be found in Lost Omens Legends.


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Michael Sayre wrote:


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That's interesting! Thank you for your help Michael!

Liberty's Edge

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Thira ash-eyes, daughter and heiress of Sveinn Blood-eagle, is also in Lost Omens Legends.


Seems like I missed out on that one. I need to catch up! Thank you!


Is Sveinn named Blood-eagle because he likes to do that to his enemies?

Scarab Sages

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Don't forget Ostog the Unslain, Opir's sucessor as Linnorm King of Jol.

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