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A Dagger in the Winds

A Dagger in the Winds - Brendan Noble

A Dagger in the Winds


A rejected son with a hidden power.


A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.


Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.


Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.


The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of her goddesses. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but her goddesses never would.


Marzanna, goddess of winter, has stolen everything from Otylia. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.


Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.


On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing demons, cursed forests, and even death itself. If they have any hope of surviving, first they must rekindle the connection they have lost.


Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.

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A rejected son with a hidden power.


A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.


Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.


Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.


The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of her goddesses. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but her goddesses never would.


Marzanna, goddess of winter, has stolen everything from Otylia. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.


Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.


On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing demons, cursed forests, and even death itself. If they have any hope of surviving, first they must rekindle the connection they have lost.


Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden power.

A forgotten sorceress with the blessing of a goddess.

Forced apart for years, only together can they end winter's reign.

Waclaw has always dreamed of a purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from the scorn of his father and mocking of his tribe. If only he understood why.

The entire village fears Otylia, but she prefers it that way. She's a szeptucha, a whispering channeler of the wild goddess Dziewanna. Everyone's abandoned her-even Waclaw, her once best friend-but Dziewanna never would.

It's been four years since Marzanna, goddess of winter, stole Otylia's mother. The goddess's death in spring is Otylia's annual retribution. But when Otylia discovers Waclaw bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the dark truth.

Spring will not come, and only Waclaw can help her find out why.

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.


A rejected son with a hidden darkness.

A forgotten sorceress with a goddess's blessing.

Forced apart for years, together, can they save their tribe from eternal winter?

Four years after Waclaw's father tore him away from his best friend, Otylia, he dreams of belonging and purpose. Except he's never actually dreamed. Each night, his soul leaves his body and wanders the world, free from his father's scorn. He'd do anything to know why.

Even surrender to Marzanna-goddess of winter and death.

Otylia has never forgiven Waclaw for abandoning her. As a priestess of the wild spring goddess, she believes she doesn't need him anyway. But when Otylia receives visions showing Waclaw wielding storms and bearing Marzanna's Frostmark on what should be the last day of winter, she realizes the horrific truth.

Waclaw is a demon, and he's her only hope of stopping Marzanna's wrath.

On the journey that follows, Waclaw and Otylia must face menacing beasts, cursed forests, and their scarred pasts. Life tore them apart. In the face of death, can they rekindle the connection they lost?

Enter a new world rooted in Slavic mythology and folklore that's full of powerful gods, terrifying spirits and creatures, rampaging warlords, and plenty of secrets to uncover.

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