Character OTS


Björn & Lirr

Couple OTS



  • Q: What is Fimbulvetr?
    In Norse mythology, there are three great winters that lead up to Ragnarok. We decided to base our site off of this concept, and many other aspects in Norse mythos, because the events that lead up to the big finale are often more interesting than the finale itself.

  • Q: Can you teach me to role-play?
    Yes, we will teach you, but please respect our minimum word count of 250. We're always willing to help!

  • Q: Do we join with one or multiple accounts?
    We are a multi-account site with the accounts linked together.

  • Q: I'm 12, can I join?
    No, we are a 13+ site.

  • Q: What about vampirism/cannibalism?
    Cannibalism is very much accepted. Herbivores are actually known to eat meat on the rare occasion. And hell, if your character wants to drink blood, let them drink blood, but please realize they are not an actual vampire and cannot infect others.

  • Q: Where is the valley located?
    For ease, it's own plane of existence as the Bifrost can appear anywhere within a world to provide entrance.

  • Q: What's the difference between the houses?
    There is no difference among the houses, except for their preferred console. Tryggr supports xBox while Ambrosius backs Playstation. Vromme plays on the Wii. In all seriousness, the houses have a few minor differences but in no way are they like lights/darks that have defined characteristics for being in said house. They also change per sovereign.

  • Q: How superstitious are the local character?
    Some are very superstitious while others are just a little-stitious. Kidding, it is entirely up to their role-player, while the main body of NPC locals tends to be rather concerned with superstition.

  • Q: How do new equines get into the valley?
    All Outsiders must cross the Bifrost, a large cave system delving beneath an ancient and great tree of mighty proportions. After navigating the maze-like roots, characters must then cross the series of natural bridges made of stone, fallen branches, and roots to the actual valley. The rest of the realm is either impossible to traverse or shrouded in mystery/undiscovered. It is unknown what lays beyond the mountains in the Further East (land of the exiles) as the volcano makes it very difficult to explore.

  • Q: Does my character have to be apart of a house?
    No, but being nonpartisan is extremely dangerous. If the nonpartisan population becomes too big, then one or two (or however many we feel like) nonpartisan will be killed randomly every in-game year until the population decreases. The reason is not having the protection of a house makes the character very vulnerable.

  • Q: What's the deal with exile?
    It's where the bad boys go to play. Being in exile sucks. You're stuck on this tiny little oasis on an active volcano in the middle of no where. It sucks. But it's fun.

  • Q: Can my character be a sovereign?
    If positions are open, then yes! Otherwise, you will have to challenge for an occupied throne.

  • Q: How does my character become a Jarl?
    If the royals in your particular house deem your character worthy of being a Jarl. Or, House member can accrue two followers and take a vacant herd land in their House's holdings.

  • Q: What are Nobles?
    They are relatives of Jarls and Sovereign, and therefore receive or expect a higher form of respect.
  • Q: Can my character join the guard/kingsmen?
    Yes! Being in the guard is an awesome thing. SWP's will need plenty of kingsmen and guards in the future.


  • Q: How did the valley form?
    Long, looooooong ago there was Yggdrasil, the tree of life. The tree came into bloom and produced many seeds. Some of these seeds found fertile soil in the cosmos and began to grow, forming new trees. This is the start of the Slidr River Valley. For many eons the valley was separate, alone in this multiverse. The mother tree, Yggdrasil, began to entangled with her young seedlings, linking them to her and vice versa via the Bifrost. If one happens to come across the Bifrost, they may find themselves in a new world, the Slidr River Valley.

  • Q: Is The Bloodless still around?
    Good question! We assume so but who knows ???? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ No one has seen him since the First Great Winter ended.


  • Q: What are crystals?
    For every IC post, you will receive a certain number of crystals. These can be spent at the Outpost or buying graphics from members.
  • Q: Can I role-play predators?
    Yes, you may role-play predators.

  • Q: What about spirits?
    No, we have special accounts for the spirits.

  • Q: Can my character have a pet?
    Yes, you may but only through a purchase at the Outpost.

  • Q: Does my pet help my character in fights?
    No, sorry, not in official challenges! It'd be pretty unfair if a bird helped one character and a wyvern another, now wouldn't it? For spars and battles where the staff do not decide the winner, however, feel free to do as you please.

  • Q: How does my character get out of exile?
    You usually don't. Either you get out of exile either by dying or being pardoned by a royal.

  • Q: What actually is the Bifrost?
    A giant (like GIANT) tree that equines must traverse the root cave system of to enter the Slidr River Valley. The area surrounding it is covered in a everlasting mist, so it's hard to tell what is across the ravine that our mighty tree sits upon. You may come across these misty vales anywhere, as the Bifrost picks and chooses who to test.

  • Q: Can my character start out with an arcana? Technically, no. While you may have filled out your Arcana tiers on your profile prior to acceptance you do not start at apprentice where you can use your magic. Your character can easily harness arcana prior to entering the Bifrost, but the tree essentially "dampens" or "blocks" your powers for a time and you have to relearn how to use them.

  • Q: Why do Spiritbornes get certain arcana levels and others don't?
    They are very powerful creatures, being half-spirit and all that amazing stuff. They are able to perform greater feats and harness more powerful arcana.

  • Q: Why can't anyone leave the valley?
    The valley is said to be encircled, protected, or imprisoned (depending on who you talk to) by the serpent Jörmungandr. He works alone protecting the borders. This is not to be confused with the Bifrost: it chooses who is strong enough to enter the Valley, and Jörmungandr will find anyone trying to leave.

  • Q: How do characters help others in the Bifrost if they can't leave?
    Simply put, the Bifrost selects your character to come in to aid. It is a mysterious force that allows you to venture so far in, but prevents you from leaving entirely. Think of it as a ever shifting maze.