Midgard Worldbook

Midgard Worldbook

Adventure In a Dark World of Deep Magic!

The Midgard Worldbook is here! It is an age of war. Civilization slowly gives way to encroaching wilderness, and once-mighty empires now lie beneath the waves. Only magic and the warmth of hope keeps lights aglow when dread things prowl, and priestly wardings are bent by demonic rage.

The omens are dire. The roads to the shadow realm are open again, and the fey have returned to claim their ancient tribute. In the north the giants prepare for Ragnarok, while the goblins in the west grow restless. In the Crossroads, the shadow of the vampire princes falls across the land. The World Serpent is stirring—and not even all-knowing Baba Yaga can say what will happen next.

Now more than ever, Midgard needs heroes to stand against the dark, driving it back with spell, steel, and cunning!The 460-page Midgard Worldbook includes:

  • Detailed description of Midgard’s empires, cities, and kingdoms, with associated heraldry, rulers, and adventure hooks for each state, large or small
  • Characters from Baba Yaga to the lords of the Dragon Empire, from the honest folk of Zobeck to various elven holdouts of Dornig and the vampire lords of Morgau
  • Full lore on the pantheons of the Northlands, Crossroads, Elves, and others, including divine domain lists, rituals, divine demands, and the various masks and sacred texts—plus rituals and ambitions of the Dark Gods, for the GM’s eyes alone!
  • Revised and expanded lore of the planes, history, calendars, and conflicts of the world
  • Forbidden lore of blood magic, void magic, and various dooms and items not meant for players’ eyes!
  • And much more!

Snag your own copy of the Midgard Worldbook today! And don’t forget the Midgard Heroes Handbook and Midgard DM Screen & Character Sheets (5E | Pathfinder).

8 thoughts on “Midgard Worldbook”

  1. Silly question, am I right in thinking this version system free, though there are separate supplements for 5e and Pathfinder?


  2. I have the Midgard Campaign Setting book from 2012, is this significantly different material or a new edition with some expansion? It has quite a bit larger page count, but it is a bit spendy if most of it is in the previous book…. But that just means I will wait another month and mutter a bit more when I finally feel like I really have to have this book. hahaha

  3. Raymond Belair

    Where is the flipping index!? I was planning on making this world the setting for my future campaigns, but the lack of an index is making it way too much work to learn the details of this world and prep a game. The table of contents is not good enough for me to know where to look for info about airships, for a description of what a Shadow Elf looks like, or for what a Jotun is. Very, very frustrating! Most likely to the point where I will put this one on the shelf and find/create another setting to use going forward.

    1. I agree. This huge tome REQUIRES an index. Navigating with the table of contents is agony. Actually it’s futile. I got a headache and gave up. Sorry folks.

      Perhaps KP will put out an index in a pdf?

    1. Having bought the book a few days ago, i can say without a debt it has a Southlands section in the book. Starts on page 166.

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