The origins of the Frostalf date back many generations to the time of the twin Svartalfar princes, Hauk and Enar, who, when their parents both died suddenly, were left to determine who should rule. One, and only one, could rule the kingdom, but they did not know which twin was the firstborn and therefore the rightful ruler. Into this situation came a human stranger. Being unfriendly to strangers, the Svartalfar meant to imprison the traveler. But the stranger suggested that if he could but speak with the princes, he could offer a solution to their dilemma - a trial of combat and magical craftsmanship - in exchange for his freedom.
However, the stranger was treacherous, and sabotaged Enar's artifact during the competition. With further treachery, he carefully laid the blame on Hauk. In the ensuing disruption, Hauk left the kingdom with a few of his followers. The stranger disappeared with the kingdom's treasured artifacts, and Enar became the ruler, but was terribly remorseful at having falsely accused his brother. However, despite Enar's pleas, Hauk decided to remain where he had settled, in Niflheim - a place of darkness, bitter cold and icy fogs and mists. It was the lowest level of the universe.
Generations later, Hauk's descendents came to be known as the Frostalfs, and they were recently discovered by a band of dwarves seeking a way to bolster the forces of Midgard. Realizing that their fate was still bound with that of Midgard, the Frostalfs have agreed to come to the aid of the Realm and fight side by side with Midgard's forces. With naturally high Piety they are especially suitable as Spiritmasters, Runemasters, Healers and Shamans.
Classes available to FrostalfEdit