From the Mists

A tale told by Mrs Nogg to her family. Gather around my children and let me tell you a tale of caution. It is a tale of terror striking from the mists and wreaking havoc on innocents, a tale of doors barred when the sea mists roll, a tale to keep you safe at night. …

The Chronicles of Hastur: Part 3

Excerpt from ‘The History of Vanagard – The Reuniting of the Tribes of Hastur’ by Professor Albert Lynath The Chronicles of Hastur, taken from verbal story telling’s and combined into one written form. Hastur was almost buffeted by the answering roar of approval from the gathered chieftains. He stood there and nodded with satisfied pride.   “My …

The Chronicles of Hastur: Part 2

Excerpt from ‘The History of Vanagard – The Reuniting of the Tribes of Hastur’ by Professor Albert Lynath The Chronicles of Hastur, taken from verbal story tellings and combined into one written form. Hastur drew a deep breath, allowing the moment to take over and calm his thoughts.   “Friends” He said, his voice low and …

The Gods of the Tribes of Hastur

Excerpt from ‘The ‘Gods of the World of Vanagard’ by Professor Albert Lynath On the continent of Hastur, where even during summer, the days are cold and harsh, the tribes have developed a close relationship with their Gods. Even the lowest of the tribespeople feel no compunction in directly talking to their Gods and asking for …

The Tale of Myra Lyca

As told by the Dowager Countess It is tale told in the quietest tones, in the closest guarded rooms, with doors bared and the fires stoked. It is a tale of terror, a tale of fear, a tale of death of innocence, a tale of a lost and confused god. This is the tale of …

The Chronicles of Hastur

Foreword by the Dowager Countess Hastur is a decent fellow, well-spoken and polite in that uncultured way of his. During one of my trips to the continent which bears his name, I got to meet and talk with him. He reminded me mightily of the original whose name he bears. It was a delightful trip; …