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The Icelandic Sagas Magnus Magnusson (ed.) Illustrated by Simon Noyes

The Icelandic Sagas Magnus Magnusson (ed.) Illustrated by Simon Noyes

The Icelandic Sagas | Folio Illustrated Book

The Icelandic Sagas | Folio Illustrated Book

The Icelandic Sagas Magnus Magnusson (ed.) Illustrated by Simon Noyes

The Icelandic Sagas Magnus Magnusson (ed.) Illustrated by Simon Noyes

Jolakotturinn- Icelandic folklore: a monstrous cat that ate people who didn't get new clothes before Christmas Eve. This was an incentive used by farmers for their workers to process autumn wool before Christmas. Those who participated were given new clothes. Those who didn't were supposedly eaten by a giant cat.

Jolakotturinn- Icelandic folklore: a monstrous cat that ate people who didn't get new clothes before Christmas Eve. This was an incentive used by farmers for their workers to process autumn wool before Christmas. Those who participated were given new clothes. Those who didn't were supposedly eaten by a giant cat.

Florutroll/ Faroese beach troll- Icelandic myth: trolls that roam beaches, protecting children who get dangerously close to the water. They are covered in green seaweed and tiny pebbles.

Florutroll/ Faroese beach troll- Icelandic myth: trolls that roam beaches, protecting children who get dangerously close to the water. They are covered in green seaweed and tiny pebbles.

The Art Of The Banner Saga, One Of The Most Beautiful Video Games I've Ever Seen

The Art Of The Banner Saga, One Of The Most Beautiful Video Games I've Ever Seen

When I played the game last year, what hit me almost instantly about The Banner Saga was the fact that, aside from being a smart turn-based strategy game, it was also one of the most beautiful video games I'd ever seen.

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