Welcome to my birthday garden! The only magic that works here is mine. (that’s a joke)

Actually welcome to my Niðwundor wiki! Niðwundor is my maybe spooky world. The name comes from the Anglosaxon for “Dire wonder.” The world is probably just a fairly straight-forward fantasy world, although much of is inspired by Dwarf Fortress. I plan to run campaigns in this world in several different systems.


I have used this wiki for multiple campaigns. I have yet to discover a fine way of giving wiki pages a tag. Please make certain that a certain page you’re pertains to the campaign you’re playing in.

The World

Standard dungeon fantasy fare. Many grim-dark tropes. Life is cheap, monsters are deadly, traps prolific, and the treasure is probably worth it. (Real description lost in the mail)


I’m happy with player-created deities. Primarily the gods worshiped are based on the culture. Our common polytheistic gods are available. There are Celtic gods, Egyptian gods, Germanic gods, Greco-Roman gods (generally separated into two separate cultures), and more. But these will depend on which analog your character is from. The differences between the pantheons is sometimes seen as merely a different presentation of the same gods (this is obviously very prominent among the Greco-Roman worshippers.