First Snow

Prologue
Session 1-3

I think I just got lucky, or at least as lucky you can consider yourself to be when you suddenly realize a fucking werewolf is trying to gnaw your arm off. That’s what you get for messing with the Norns I guess. I had almost given up the search thinking that this place was a dud, and then all of a sudden the entire park turned into a bloodbath!

I was trying to think of a good way to be somewhere else very fast when someone flung a fireball right over my head. A man built like a cement truck, some sort of firedeamon of a woman and a man reeking of death and carrying a freaking showel crashed through the scene with about the same subtlety as Thor the god of thunder riding his chariot through a china shop. Fate can be a subtle think sometimes. Other times? Not so much.

They didn’t notice me, but then again not being noticed unless I want to is kind of my thing. So I followed them around, I needed to make sure they weren’t just a bunch of bumbling idiots. Or at least that they where bumbling idiots that could be controlled. Wasn’t all that impressed at first, but anyone who simply walks up to Lycaon for a chat at least has balls. That guy is almost as old as me, and a hell of a lot scarier.

They solved the werewolf problem, killed them all off in a bet with the Old Wolf. Not really how I would have solved it, but considering I can’t throw fire or uproot entire trees that’s not so surprising. They know how to act and they have some interesting friends. I think they just might work.

They have to; we don’t have much time left.

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Part 1 - When the Cat is Away
Session 4

What in the name of Muspelheim itself is Loki doing here? Damn, I don’t even know if this is good news or if I should if I should just cut my losses and run.

I want to say it’s just another one of his plots, one that happened to involve these people by sheer coincidence. Getting them to steal the Brísingamen for him, smooth. Wouldn’t leave a trace back to him in the terra incognita or anything. Sure they would point the finger, but with the Brísingamen in hand he could lie himself out of anything. It was a good idea and I want to say that it’s just another one of his plots, I really do, but I know better.

So why? Why did he save them after they bungled the job? Why not just hide and let Freya skin them alive? I don’t like it when Loki helps people, it makes me nervous. Yes, I wanted them involved… and now they are involved. The gods plan to send my little group on a quest just as I had planned. It’s like Loki’s little stunt has played right into my hands…

…and this troubles me.

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