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Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying Hardcover Arrives Next Week

Vaesen - Nordic Horror Roleplaying (Free League Publishing)The well received Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying, from Free League Publishing, is arriving in hardcover next week. The game is built on the Year Zero Engine and will transport players to a Victorian era Norway where ghosts and ghoulies are real. The 240 page hardcover edition of Vaesen will carry an MSRP of $49.99 or grab the PDF right now, at DriveThruRPG, for 24.99.

From Free League:

Welcome to the Mythic North – northern Europe of the nineteenth century, but not as we know it today. 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 – Nordic Horror Roleplaying is written by Nils Hintze and based on the work of Swedish illustrator and author Johan Egerkrans. Vaesen presents a dark Gothic setting steeped in Nordic folklore and the old myths of Scandinavia. The game mechanics utilize an adapted version of the award winning Year Zero Engine.

Key features:

· Ten ready to use archetypes let you create a character in minutes – or use the included life path tables and let the dice decide.
· Quick and flavorful rules for combat, investigations and horror.
· Rules for developing the player characters’ headquarters during campaign play.
· A detailed gazetteer of the Mythic North setting and the town of Upsala.
· A score of bloodcurdling vaesen to encounter, all beautifully illustrated by Johan Egerkrans.
· An introductory Mystery called The Dance of Dreams.

Jeff McAleer

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