In Norse lore, saying something out loud was to give it form, meaning, and power. That's why fate was often called a "wyrd". The Wyrd of Stromgard is just that- the power to shape heroic tales amidst chaos, violence, and magic.

Built on the Dungeon World ruleset and made from equal parts literature, lore, and legend, Stromgard is a broad world of magic and titanic threats, gods, monsters, and oracles. Above all, it is a rich expansion setting that includes everything you need to run epic Norse campaigns


Historical Context

Context

While much of Norse lore has been lost, historical context adds framework to make Stromgard feel real and believable.

Setting

Setting

A huge setting of mythical races, worlds, and societies- detailed and intricate but fully customizeable to any game group or playstyle.

Playbooks

Playbooks

10 unique playbooks based on epic figures and archetypes from Norse legend + 7 specialized compendium classes.


Monster

Monsters

Illustrated Monster Manual with stats, narrative examples, and in-depth behavioral background

GM's Toolbox

GM Toolbox

An in-depth look at GM 'best practices', strategies, and content tables to make your life easier.

Adventure Front

Campaign

Also included is a HUGE 4 part Adventure that pits your part against the forces of Ragnarok itself!




Available on DrivethruRPG.com and Itch.io

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The Wyrd of Stromgard is available through both DriveThruRPG.com and Itch.io. In addition to the book, you'll be able to find a number of titles to expand your Stromgard campaigns. Many of the products we offered as Kickstarter backer rewards are available- like the community-selected Adventure Fronts and ready-to-print files to make your own GM screen with Camille Kuo's artwork and our handy Dungeon World quick references. Come visit us and check out:

  • Softcover 6x9" books
  • PDFs + Easy Print Playbooks
  • Adventure supplements
  • Print-your-own GM screen artwork


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