A downloadable Misadventure

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King Sígfum the Kind is convinced that the end of times is nigh. As he prepares his people and his city to make their time, he reaches out to the depraved and desperate in a Hail-Lusi last ditch effort at prevention.

Deep within the cloughs of ⧩Bergen Chrypt there lies an inverted tower beneath the skull of a basilisk, known only as THEY, and in this inverted tower, at its deepest recess, is the Ljusgvare: a scroll that is said to be able to end the greatest of calamities and catastrophes, lost long ago in a forgotten war.

A terrible group of scvm are gathered and hired by an agent of King Sígfum who seeks out the best of the worst kind of the citizens: people dangerous enough to be able to succeed, but dastardly enough to be worthy of horrific sacrifice if it comes to it. Expendable and resourceful.

You are offered a map, a wagon, an old nag, and a coach named Frog. If you return with the sacred scroll, you stand to gain 5,000s.
But King Sígfum isn’t the only person interested in this sacred scroll of legend.

EDIT  4.2: Fixed Marquis Agnes D’elbojn's name on page 8 of styled pdf.
EDITY 4.3: Fixed size back to A4, removed broken hyperlinks, fixed Wästland encounter table (had d6, was supposed to be a d12)

Svið in a Ditch is an independent production by Hekate V. Lunasri and is not affiliated with Ockult Örtmästare Games or Stockholm Kartell. It is published under the MÖRK BORG Third Party License. 

MÖRK BORG is copyright Ockult Örtmästare Games and Stockholm Kartell.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(7 total ratings)
AuthorHeckin Viv
TagsDark Fantasy, Horror, mork-borg, morkborg, OSR, Tabletop role-playing game


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

SviÐ in a Ditch RTF v.4.3.rtf 27 MB
SviÐ in a Ditch SIMPLE v.4.3.pdf
SviÐ in a Ditch STYLED v.4.3.pdf 100 MB
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The aesthetics for this game are incredible, both on the page and off.

I really love how the words are accentuated.

I've not run this yet, but I read through it. I look forward to hopefully GMing this soon!