Journey is a series of standalone bundles that form sets of thematic tribes based on Norse mythology. We released the first set in the Journey series in 2021, called Journey to Valhalla. The next one is called Journey to Nidavellir and is being released in 2022.
We will give more details during the Launch Week: December 5th, 7th, and 9th!
What is the Journey to Valhalla set?
Journey to Valhalla is a set made of bundles based around the Viking tribes of the Sverting, the Froderung, and the Askelung.
What is the Journey to Nidavellir set?
Journey to Nidavellir is a set made of 3 bundles as well. They are based around Dwarf clans, which you’ll get to know soon!
Can we get to know more about these tribes and their characteristics?
For the Valhalla set, the Viking tribes are the following:
- The Sverting, masters of the forested plains of Claigard.
- The Froderung, occupants of the snowy hills of the land.
- The Askelung, rulers of the shores, naval commerce, and mariculture.
For the Nidavellir set, the Dwarf clans are the following:
- The Torzadür – The Iron Blessed: the first clan, that lives in an underground fortress city, forges the best weapons, has the best artisans around, and who are fiercely loyal to those who earn their trust!
- The Wodëngar – The Rune Wise: this clan values nature and open-mindedness, they are always seeking to learn, and live aboveground. The Wodengar are happy to communicate and answer questions, they are also the first ones to meet humans!
- The Kragudür – The Damned of the Deep: this ambitious clan dug so deep that when the Day of Thunder happened the deep Thunderstone fused with their bodies. Now is hard to tell where the dwarf ends and the stone begins…
Are the Journey to Valhalla and Journey to Nidavellir connected?
Yes, the two sets belong to the same universe and are part of a more comprehensive lore that we are very excited to develop and expand.
Is the Journey series a new subscription?
No, the Journey series is composed of standalone bundles that can be purchased individually or in packs.