From publisher blurb:
Scandinavian countries quickly adopted the w witch trials from Germany after the Reformation, and were even more cautious about magic and witches, as they knew they lived closer to hell than most other countries.
Magic was no longer seen as a tool to alter fates or change the course of lives, and it was no longer directly linked to communication with gods. Those wielding magic were no longer respected and sacred, but were hunted and condemned by society, friends, and family, as witchcraft became directly linked with the workings of hell.
A constant paranoia dominates the Nordic countries. No one knows when it might be their turn to burn for heresy. Sin-Eaters struggle to balance their will to live against their need for revenge, while the Arisen awake to a dangerous world and must decide what role they play.
Requires the use of the Mummy: the Curse Second Edition Rulebook and Geist: the Sin-Eaters Second Edition Rulebook.