Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Why you Should Go: Echoes of Ragnarok II - Muspelheim

by Jason "Aeston" Rosa

Years ago the terror of Bedlam was unleashed upon the Realms, consuming whatever it touched. Great heroes, mortal and fae, banded together to limit our losses and eventually end the threat completely. But releasing Bedlam affected places other than the Realms. All through the multiverse bois spilled out ahead of the black ichor with no intent other than to destroy, and many places fared much much worse than the Realms. One such place was Norlund.

The Echoes of Ragnarok is a story about the aftermath of Bedlam in a dimension other than our own. Norlund was in the midst of Ragnarok, the holy death and rebirth of their world, and the heroes of the Realms have been tasked with restarting that great final battle so that the irreparably broken lands of Norlund can be set right again.

Echoes of Ragnarok II is a dungeon crawl in the tradition of Rhiassan crawls dating back to the beginning of the What Lurks Beneath storyline. Slogging through enemies in tight corridors, managing resources and contenting with new and unique enemies, and working together in a large coordinated group to solve puzzles and beat challenges. We take great pride in the amount of detail we put into our props and costuming, and we try hard to make sure many different play styles are engaged in many different ways throughout the day. We are thrilled to have the same clientele come back every single year, assured that they will have an entertaining and challenging day.

Unfortunately the event has already hit its cap for this year but if you’re interested in seeing what Rhiassa has put together and being a part of the day, we can promise that you’ll have a good time NPCing and you’d be more than welcome to be a part of our crew! Please contact me at aeston@giantsquid.net

If you’re interested in reading up on the past history of the Echoes of Ragnarok storyline, everything that has happened so far is written up in our Quest Log, which you can view here.

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