What if the Norse who settled Greenland and went on to reach North America around the end of the first millennium had stayed?
If they had enjoyed a five hundred year head start on Columbus, would the Santa Maria have arrived in 1492 to the south of an eastern seaboard dotted with centuries old settlements and towns hosting devotees to Odin and Thor?
Would their descendants have gone on to found a nation as dominant as the United States of our own world? A millennium after reaching Greenland, Vinland and Markland, would we still have had two world wars? What might the world look like? Where might the political and religious divides be drawn?
This is The New World.
Join the founding of the first Norse halls at the turn of the first millennium:
Eskil, orphaned in war, but now a man, is leading his followers to found a settlement in the newly discovered lands of the west. There he will build a new realm dedicated to Asgard's gods, and after tests, adventures and trials, he will leave a legacy that will grow to become the greatest nation the world has ever seen.