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~ Ragnarok RPG (d-Infinity Playtest Monday #33) ~
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~ Ragnarok RPG (d-Infinity Playtest Monday #33) ~ (audio product)

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Join Saga Master Clint Staples and Helblindi the Galdr mage (Brenda Cass) and shapeshifter Fafnir, who alternates between the forms of a Human hunter and a Dragon (Michael O. Varhola), for an exciting Ragnarok RPG adventure set in the dark and savage era of the Viking end times! This title is pay-what-you want and the requested payment is 1 cent. 

In this session in the ongoing saga of the Rimecold Hart, our heroes determine the location of the Aelking’s heart and venture through the frozen wilds of West Gothland to a ruined fortress on the shores of Lake Vänern. There, they draw upon both their magical and mundane abilities to infiltrate the crumbling redoubt, attempt to locate the heart, and face the fell creatures guarding it ...

You can watch the show right here, but downloads associated with this listing include an MP3 audio version that you can use to listen to it on mobiles devices and a PDF that includes a link to where it appears at d-Infinity Online game magazine, where you are also welcome to take part in the discussion on this episode and post any comments or questions related to this session that you might have. 

Ragnarok is a self-standing independent role-playing game created by Clint Staples that is currently being playtested and refined by the Skirmisher Game Development Group. It is set during the gloomy days of the Fimbulwinter, a frozen “Age of Axes and Wolves” preceding the final battle between the gods and their enemies where heroes struggle both to survive and build their renown. Links to material related to this episode appear below. 

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File Last Updated:
July 02, 2021
This title was added to our catalog on September 26, 2017.