Do you dare to leave the Mythic North and set sail for mist-shrouded isles? Free League today announced a crowdfunding campaign for Vaesen RPG: Mythic Britain & Ireland set to launch on Kickstarter on December 7th.
Face the mythic creatures of Britain and Ireland in the upcoming expansion to the multiple award-winning Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying. The brand new setting invites you to experience gothic horror mysteries in the lands of Mary Shelley, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Bram Stoker.
Written by industry legend and ENNIE-winner Graeme Davis (The Enemy Within) and beautifully illustrated by ENNIE-winning artist Johan Egerkrans. More in-depth information for the Mythic Britain & Ireland expansion will be revealed at the launch of the Kickstarter. Join the Society and discover the horrible truth behind the old tales. Sign up at the pre-launch page to be notified as soon as the Kickstarter goes live!
As a Vaesen player and Irish Myth fan myself, I cannot wait to see what they come up with in this expansion. Both Ireland and Britain have a huge catalogue of creatures and stories to draw from. It will be exciting to see which ones they chose from and if they will be the same as the ones I was going to pick.
VAESEN – NORDIC HORROR ROLEPLAYING
[ Best RPG People’s Choice at the UK Games Expo Awards 2021 ]
[ Winner of three Gold ENNIES – Best Cover, Best Art, Best Monster – at Gen Con 2021 ]
In the shadows, something stirs. Strange beings. Twisted creatures, lurking at the edge of vision. Watching. Waiting. Unseen by most, but not by you. You see them for what they are. Vaesen. Welcome to the Mythic North. A land where the myths are real. A cold reach covered by vast forests, its few cities lonely beacons of industry and enlightenment – a new civilization dawning. But in the countryside, the old ways still hold sway. There, people know what lurks in the dark. They know to fear it Vaesen.
Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying is based on the works of the acclaimed artist and author Johan Egerkrans and presents a dark Gothic setting steeped in Nordic folklore.
Also if you want to see watch some new players playing Vaesen, go over to the Team Zoom Zoom YouTube channel and have a look. If they can play it… anyone can. You can also find my review of Vaesen on this very website.