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Vilhelm Estridson Knytling

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About Vilhelm Estridson Knytling

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    Vilhelm Estridson Knytling
  • Birthday 11/30/1999
  1. I reside usually in Skapstaðr, in the capital of Köpingsvik, except for holidays. During the winter I spend time skiing in Snjárfjall. During the summer, the short boat trip between Köpingsvik and Atgeirr is beautiful and as a result I spent much of my time getting inspiration from the local rustic wholesomeness of that district.
  2. What a cool idea. I played my first ever game of D'n'D yesterday. I found it really fun, and basically a better version of all those RPG video games but with creativity, role playing and a greater social aspect. I would like to fight some gelatinous cubes and maybe a Beholder or two.
  3. A map of the High Realm: A map with the Jarldoms shaded to indicate which lands belong to which region: A map with each Houses' lands coloured separately: Enjoy!!
  4. I'm surprised this thread hasn't recieved more attention! The World Cup was really enjoyable, I had a great time watching the England matches and then after we were knocked out, the Germany matches, supporting the other teams of course. Well done to the Dutch!!
  5. No, I was unaware of this fact. I will amend the OP. It's good that there is a term for this and I thank you for informing me of it. Of course I would be very happy to create such a map, for Sólareyjar, or any other Jarldom within or without the House of Vanadís.
  6. Borgarthing has been a historic region of the Heartlands for a long time. However, within it there are several Traditional Districts - informal cultural sub-regions - each with their own unique sense of regional identity. TALLAND is the northern-most region of the Jarldom, and the second smallest. Its name comes from the Old Norse meaning the "Land of Reckoning" and this derives from local folk tales regarding the apocalypse. SNJÁRFJALL is the largest region, but also the most sparsely populated, due to the fact that it is a very mountainous region. Its name means "Snow Mounta
  7. This is great news for myself and for the House of Vanadís! Thank you.
  8. Thank you all, I hope I will be a good representative of Stormark, true to its culture and its reputation.
  9. I chose Borgarthing because of the particulars of its geographic shape. In the far south of that Jarldom, there is a peculiar land formation whereby the land sticks out like the shaft of a spear. In the first chapter of the saga I cited this as the place where Rauðbjörn lived and fought, and said that it was called "Atgeirr", which was a Norse word for a pole-arm weapon. My intention was to characterise Rauðbjörn through his environment- even his home is a spear, war is his nature and you can expect a lot of fighting in this saga. Speaking of which, I will finish the next volume soon an
  10. Having surveyed the list I would most like to be made Jarl of Borgarthing, because this is the region I chose to place Rauðbjörn's home in his saga.
  11. I will join the House of Vanadís, then. It would be awesome to be granted my own jarldom!! Thank you very much. Which Jarldoms are availible at the moment?
  12. There is a great place near Camden Town station, just north of the more central areas of London, called Quinn's. It's run by this fellow called Mr Quinn who must be at least 60. But he still serves at the bar with distinction, and he's got the shakes so if he serves you he usually spills a bit of your pint, but it's worth it. The other bar staff are students except one other guy who is Nepalese who I talk to fairly regularly, he works less than minimum wage but takes it all quite cheerily and always chats to me and my friends even if he is on his break. The prices aren't good, but they aren't
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