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'''The Lost Pages of Norse Myth''' is was a promotional campaign for ''[[God of War (2018)]]''. The event is an audio podcast composed of a series of small stories that expand the Nordic universe, along with the backstories of [[Kratos]], [[Atreus]], and other characters.
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'''The Lost Pages of Norse Myth''' is a promotional campaign for ''[[God of War (2018)|God of War ]]''[[God of War (2018)|(2018)]]. The event is an audio podcast composed of a series of small stories that expand the Nordic universe, along with the backstories of [[Kratos]], [[Atreus]], and other characters.
 
 
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
 
===1. Odin and the Knowledge Keeper===
 
===1. Odin and the Knowledge Keeper===
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===2. And Only Rage Remained===
 
===2. And Only Rage Remained===
Discover the tragic story of one of [[Midgard|Midgard's]] most gruesome [[Draugr|creatures]].<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbmh5o8lurY And Only Rage Remained].</ref>
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Discover the tragic story of one of [[Midgard]]'s most gruesome [[Draugr|creatures]].<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbmh5o8lurY And Only Rage Remained].</ref>
   
 
===3. The Dead Stonemason===
 
===3. The Dead Stonemason===
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===4. The Forging of Leviathan===
 
===4. The Forging of Leviathan===
Visit [[Brok]] and [[Sindri]], the Huldra brothers, while forging a weapon that will rival [[Mjölnir]], [[Thor|Thor's]] hammer, without being aware of the fate that awaits him.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_ywUnKRw3U The Forging of Leviathan].</ref>
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Visit [[Brok]] and [[Sindri]], the Huldra brothers, while forging a weapon that will rival [[Mjölnir]], [[Thor]]'s hammer, without being aware of the fate that awaits him.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_ywUnKRw3U The Forging of Leviathan].</ref>
   
 
===5. Like Father, Like Son===
 
===5. Like Father, Like Son===
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===6. The Sundering of Jötunheim===
 
===6. The Sundering of Jötunheim===
 
Learn about the history of [[Tyr]], whose attempts to build a [[Temple of Tyr|glorious temple]] that allowed travel between the worlds ended in tragedy.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJkD2tNFERM The Sundering of Jötunheim].</ref>
 
Learn about the history of [[Tyr]], whose attempts to build a [[Temple of Tyr|glorious temple]] that allowed travel between the worlds ended in tragedy.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJkD2tNFERM The Sundering of Jötunheim].</ref>
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=== 7. The First Great War ===
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=== 8. An Eye for an Eye ===
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 23:28, May 21, 2018

TheLostPagesofNorseMyth

The Lost Pages of Norse Myth is a promotional campaign for God of War (2018). The event is an audio podcast composed of a series of small stories that expand the Nordic universe, along with the backstories of Kratos, Atreus, and other characters.

Episodes

1. Odin and the Knowledge Keeper

Join a powerful clairvoyant in the search for her lost love and discover that truth always has a price.[1]

2. And Only Rage Remained

Discover the tragic story of one of Midgard's most gruesome creatures.[2]

3. The Dead Stonemason

Learn about the adventure of the skilled giant Thamur and his young and inexperienced son, Hrimthur, when confronting the Norse Gods.[3]

4. The Forging of Leviathan

Visit Brok and Sindri, the Huldra brothers, while forging a weapon that will rival Mjölnir, Thor's hammer, without being aware of the fate that awaits him.[4]

5. Like Father, Like Son

Follow the young Atreus on his first trip through the Nordic world, where danger lurks around every corner.[5]

6. The Sundering of Jötunheim

Learn about the history of Tyr, whose attempts to build a glorious temple that allowed travel between the worlds ended in tragedy.[6]

7. The First Great War

8. An Eye for an Eye

References

  1. Odin and the Knowledge Keeper.
  2. And Only Rage Remained.
  3. The Dead Stonemason.
  4. The Forging of Leviathan.
  5. Like Father, Like Son.
  6. The Sundering of Jötunheim.
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