Ginnungagap – Expanded first adventure opening

So I've been writing about this thing for a long time, but my opener has for years just looked like this: "The many atmosphere processing plants have mysteriously shut down, and without them, the air of Midgard is quickly becoming colder. In the past, the gods or their representatives would have arrived to repair the … Continue reading Ginnungagap – Expanded first adventure opening

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Ginnungagap – The Nine Worlds

Midgard remained highly favoured by the gods, a capital of the Æsr Combine, even as they made their homes in Asgard. Ringed by the great Jormungandr, a living spaceport, Midgard is a trade hub and for centuries past was a staging point for raids on more distant inhabited systems. The Niddavalir asteroid ring, home to Dvergr and … Continue reading Ginnungagap – The Nine Worlds

Ginnungagap – Come from Afar

For countless millennia, the void of the Ginnungagap was without form, unshaped by life. Slowly at first, then in a rush, the great races of the gods filled the void and created the worlds of mortals. Travelling slowly from across the Ginnungagap, the gods Buri and Bor found the great sweeping ice cloud home of the … Continue reading Ginnungagap – Come from Afar

Classes of the Ginnungagap

I've been reading around what other people have worked into sci-fi D&D rules around the internet, and I'll be pinching and tweaking and fiddling as I go. A good portion of what I'm working with comes from Fifth Age, though I'm going for a lasers and sorcery setting so there's the thorny issue of magic … Continue reading Classes of the Ginnungagap