Askr Yggdrassil Once the home of the Aesir and the Vanir, a place fit to house Gods, Yggdrassil today, while still standing, is but an ashen, faded image of its former glory.
Svarthgalm Many were the titles given to this painting: Dark Cry, the Landing, the Fall of the Legion, the Invasion, the Throne of Steel, a Dozen Silent Deathcries, Steelbreaker, the First Wave. In the end, one title sufficed.
The Fall of Oddbjörn The clash of Einherjar and Jötnar at the end of the Fimbulwinter shaped the fate of Mannheim, leading not only to the liberation of the humans, but to the subjugation of the giants.
The Lone Huscarl “It’s true, then. It only takes one of us to scare those southerners.” – Eingos the Merchant, upon seeing the Lone Huscarl.
Life in Mannheim The old seer Hungar urges on Kløn the Ogre, who wants to pick flowers for Bruhilde.
Yggdrassil Planted by the Vanir and the Aesir to signify the end of their war, Yggdrassil was the home of the Nord pantheon, until their deaths during Ragnarök.