Free League Releases New Anthology of Festive Horror – ‘Vaesen: Seasons of Mystery’

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Seasons of Mystery
for the ENNIE-winning Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying has been released today by Free League Publishing – right in time for the jolly season!  The spine-chilling tome presenting four brand new mysteries for the players to solve, spanning all across the Mythic North – and the seasons of the year.

Do you wish to wander through snow-covered forests with glittering winter stars above you? Or do you dream of budding spring, burning summer or windswept autumn? No matter what time of the year the you long for, Seasons of Mystery will take you there. 

Seasons of Mystery is similar in format to the previous casebook A Wicked Secret and features four mysteries by four different game writers. 

Seasons of Mystery includes:

A Dance of Death: Travel to the green vales of Dalarna in the idyllic springtime to investigate strange events in a remote village and solve a deadly mystery. Written by Gabrielle de Bourg.

Seasons of Mystery art

Fireheart: Religious fervor runs high in rural Småland as the hottest summer in living memory triggers massive forest fires, crop failure, widespread poverty, and a mass exodus to America. Will you uncover what’s behind it all – and live to tell the tale? Written by Tomas Härenstam.

Seasons of Mystery art

The Devil on the Moor: Journey west to the windswept autumnal moors of Grimsted Lyng and investigate a tale of terror where modernity is pitted against the old ways. Written by Andreas Marklund.

Autumnal Horror from Seasons of Mystery

A Winter’s Tale: Cross the Baltic Sea and brave the snow-covered forests of Ingria, where an unknown being stalks the night beneath glittering stars. Written by Kiku Pukk Härenstam.

The expansion is now available in the Free League webshop and at retailers worldwide, as PDF at DriveThruRPG and as a VTT module at Foundry.

Images via Free League Publishing

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  • Dan Arndt

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