Serpent Scales: Fragments from the World After the Serpentfall
There are a thousand tales to be told in the world of The Day After Ragnarok, some big and some small. Serpent Scales is an ongoing series of articles shining some light into the interesting little corners of the world after the Serpentfall. These smaller articles will cover the people, places and things of... [click here for more]
SERPENT SCALES #2 (HAPPINESS IS A) STEN GUN
It was the best of guns, it was the worst of guns. Okay, it was mostly the worst of guns. They called it the “Plumber’s Abortion” and the “Stench Gun.” Soldiers shot themselves and each other with it, or saw it jam up in combat instead; they feared it more than they feared their enemies’ weapons.
But the British... [click here for more]
Serpent Scales #3: Return to Monster Island
THE ISLAND THAT TIME FORGOT!
Wreathed in mist and veiled in mystery, Monster Island was bad enough during the BIG ONE, when it held cannibal soldiers sworn to kill and die for Hirohito, and savage tribes who worshiped Golyeong, the MIGHTY "gorilla ghost." After the Serpentfall, who knows what TREMENDOUS horrors might be RISING UP in Monster Island's... [click here for more]
When the Midgard Serpent fell to the Americans’ nuclear fire in July 1945, Denmark and Norway sheltered Sweden from the worst of it: Sweden’s survivors could shelter in their damaged buildings from the torrential rain that became torrential hail and snow. A near-civil war in the wake of Serpentfall forced the Crown Prince to flee, and a fragile coalition government holds a tenuous grasp... [click here for more]