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After the Fall of Rome: How Goths, Khazars, and Vikings Rebuilt the European Economy

April 14, 2020 —  When most people hear the word “Viking,” they think of wild-eyed raiders leaping from dragon-ships to attack some innocent monastery or village in England or France. However, Scandinavians also traded — peacefully — with Europe, the Middle East, and even China thousands of years before the first recorded Viking raid, and in doing so, they laid the foundation that helped jump-start Europe’s stumbling economy in the wake of the Western Roman Empire’s collapse. Read More →

Of Blood and Death: Vampires in Movies, Games, and Fiction

March 21, 2020 — Contrary to popular belief, vampires and bats in popular culture didn’t start with Irish author Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel Dracula. Pre-historical Chinese cultures viewed bats as good luck signs, while the old Europeans feared it as evil. To some South American civilizations, Camazotz was a vampire bat god. In the Quiché Maya language which is still spoken in Guatemala, Camazotz means “death bat.” Read More →

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Why Turn-Based Strategy Gameplay is the Heart of Interactive Entertainment

January 20, 2020 — Turn-based combat and strategic games are, arguably, at the core of gaming. From tabletop board games to JRPGs, turn-based gameplay has always been a defining aspect of video games. Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying the impact this type of gameplay has had — and will continue to have — on video games. Read More →

Norse Lore: Polar Bears, Yuletide, and Berserker Ritual in the Sagas

December 22, 2019 — Bears were deeply respected animals in the Viking Age, a tradition that likely hailed from pre-historic animism and warrior initiation rituals of ancient Scandinavia and Finland. Historical sources point to a thriving bear cult attested by the many berserker (berserkr in Old Norse) poems in the sagas, as well as several occurrences of dueling champions (hólmgǫngr.) Read More →

Draugablíkk’s new EP “ÞRÍR: Serpents in the Mist” rolls out on all major music services worldwide

Sweden, November 15, 2019 ⁠— Legendo Music, Swedish cross-media entertainment company Legendo Entertainment’s recently launched music division, today announced Draugablíkk’s three-track EP release “ÞRÍR: Serpents in the Mist” is rolling out this weekend on all major music streaming services and YouTube, beginning today. All the links you need: https://smarturl.it/thrir
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Games That Redefine Games

October 24, 2019 — Video games are set to follow music, film, and TV into the world of subscriptions and streaming, ushering in a new era of rivalries that hinge on content libraries and not technical specs. And this time, two giant corporations that are newcomers to the console party are looking for a slice of the traditional games business. Read More →


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