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Tales From The North


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Tales From The North


 

Tales from the North Series is a collection of four live action role play games and two live action role play tournaments. You are welcome to play them one after the other or separately.

Tales from the North is the perfect way to test your leadership skills in the shoes of a Viking lord or to pick a fight with an ancient Nordic god.

You can also test your mettle on the battlefield, sail across treacherous waters, step up to sneaky merchants or just to sing the songs of the glory together with the bards of the Old.

 
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Who killed Baldur?


Who killed Baldur?


 

Baldur - the most beloved of the gods - is found dead soon after his mother Frigga made everyone promise not to harm him. Did someone make a false promise to Frigga? And why?

Odin, Baldur's father, is deeply hurt, and furious. Who dared to kill his son? Odin will stop at nothing to get his revenge.  But no matter how frightening the enraged Odin is, you need to confront him and deal with the consequences.

Who killed Baldur is a detective role play game set in the North during the Viking age. Participants take on the roles of the old gods of the North and they need to use all the skills they have to protect their lifes and to find the murderer among them.

Total duration: up to two hours

Number of participants: up to 18

No previous role-playing experience or costumes are required.

Time and place: For public events, please check our event calendar. If you'd like us to run a game during your convention, conference or a private event, please contact us to discuss details.

Photo: David Dubrović

 
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Tournament


Tournament


 

The Vikings are restless. Their leader will soon take them to war. Only the best warriors will be invited to join the campaign. You don't want to miss this opportunity. Show your strength and skill!

This game is a tournament set in the North during the Viking age. You need to prove that you are a great warrior, so pick your battles wisely!

Total duration: up to two hours

Number of participants: up to 18

No previous role-playing experience or costumes are required.

Time and place: For public events, please check our event calendar. If you'd like us to run a game during your convention, conference or a private event, please contact us to discuss details.

Photo: David Dubrović

 
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Lost at Sea


Lost at Sea


 

The gods frowned upon at you. They sent a storm to separate you from the rest of the fleet and now you're lost at sea. But you're Vikings - skilled and brave sailors. Even though you've run out of food and water you won't give up. Time is running out and there are some difficult decisions to make. Do you have the guts to do whatever you need to do to survive?

Total duration: up to two hours

Number of participants: up to 15

No previous role-playing experience or costumes are required.

Time and place: For public events, please check our event calendar. If you'd like us to run a game during your convention, conference or a private event, please contact us to discuss details.

Photo: David Dubrović

 
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Brave New Leader


Brave New Leader


 

You're a Viking - healthy, strong and ready to prove yourself in battle. Unfortunately, your leader is ill and frail. Soon he'll pass on to Walhalla to join the greatest warriors of the past.

The time has come to choose a new leader. You and your competitors must decide who will be the new protector of the tribe. There are many candidates but only one who can seize the power and glory. Will it be you?

Total duration: up to two hours

Number of participants: up to six

No previous role-playing experience or costumes are required.

Time and place: For public events, please check our event calendar. If you'd like us to run a game during your convention, conference or a private event, please contact us to discuss details.

Photo: David Dubrović