A fun little board game for 2-4 players featuring the Icelandic Fuþark runes and magical staves of the Vikings! Icelandic game design and development. Rules in English!
- High replayability, thanks to 6 double printed game boards.
- Small, yet sturdy box with magnetic opening, made from high quality material.
- Takes small shelf space, can be displayed as a book.
- Designed to be used in compact spaces, ideal for travelling.
- Unique and original artwork.
- Icelandic game design and game development.
This poster features a 16 letter runic alphabet from the Viking Age or the FUÞARK alphabet that the Vikings used. The posters design is aesthetically appealing in every way which makes it a great accent to add to almost any wall, as well as being educational.
Poster: 40×50 cm produced by Crymogea.
There are various Icelandic symbols of magic. Some are believed to be from medieval times while others derive from ancient Viking era. These runes were used in a variety ways to affect nature or bend reality to your favor.
The "Ægishjálmur" or "Helm of Awe" rune is one of the most recognized magical runes of the old pagan vikings of Iceland. It's function was mainly to keep one safe and protected. So this rune would be etched onto shields and armour to protect one but also more mundane things like doors, chests and such...So what are you waiting for? Get ancient magical protection for your home now!
This wall sticker is a highly durable, quality product that will not flake off the wall over time. Make sure to read the instructions though before sticking it on the wall just to make sure you get the most durability out of this product.
A book covering the runic alphabet used by the Vikings of Iceland. Each rune is explained along with it´s sound and modern equivalent.
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I love the poster and wall sticker and have loved playing the game with my young nephew! The book is a great supplement to previous books I’ve purchased to learn more about the runes! I feel well on my way to being a spákona!