Denizens of the North Errata

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Ragnur
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Re: Denizens of the North Errata

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A couple new ones:

p.80, last paragraph, Svalms is spelled Svallms
p.115, a big Ö instead of a punctuation mark
p.123 is about Gotland, but the title is Skiringssal (Kaupang)
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I found what I think are two incongruities with the lore.

Dreki's description explains that it has chosen to bond with Ingvar. This is also mentioned in Ingvar's description. However, Ingar's level and class do not include Vaettir bond. The level and class for his son, Halfdan, does have Vaettir Bond listed but no mention of a bond is given anywhere. Since Dreki is the Vaettir in the region and they can only bond with one person, there isn't anyone for Halfdan to be bonded with. I'm guessing this was just a mix up on who got the Vaettir Bond.

Also, something that is a little confusing is the location of Hel's Needle. It's actual description clearly puts it in the sinkhole and seems to establish it as the source of the undead polar bears. It is also mentioned in Halfdan's description, but in a way that suggest it is located elsewhere. The text I'm referring to is below.
"Among them is Hel’s Needle, a bone spire that reaches into the sky. He and his feral brothers have not yet discovered its secret, but they know it is a weapon of great power. They have also discovered a sinkhole of unimaginable proportion that is filled with creatures tainted by Niflheim."
The wording seems to suggest he discovered these things separately and thus at separate locations. This isn't that big of a deal really, but it would be better to clearly indicate they discovered Hel's Needle in the sinkhole. Removing small inconsistencies or ambiguities like that really help tighten up the lore.
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We've been aware of this one since Fimbulwinter Fest, but One with the Land has an incorrect phase listed for the healing effect. Added to errata.
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p158, Staff of Serpents: "Seithkonas who have debased themselves to Nidhog and his realm of Nidavellir"

Wouldn't it be the realm of Hvergelmir instead? Or the Dvergar are hiding darker secrets than I thought :)
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Also, maybe I'm a bit tired, but I can't find "Stand against the crowd" (Borghild passive power, middle left), either in FOTN or DOTN. Did I miss it? Or is it "Oppose the Crowd" (DOTN, p. 318)?
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p.355, the table has incorrect titles (item QRs instead of resources, profits, sustainability).
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Quadruple post ahoy!

Throughout the Cornerstone of the World saga, Augustin the Miner's name is spelled "Agustin" in the scroll at the beginning of each vignette.
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Gorm the Old
Should be level 35

Page 419
Parry should be 0
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Page 176: Draugar gain the TWILIGHT VISION base power (perfect vision in darkness); Base level increases by +1 as well.

This is a new base power introduced in the upcoming LotA and in hindsight the Draugar should have it.
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Check the Legends and Villians chapter. There are numerous places where Berserkir is spelled Berzerkir.
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