Unseelie Fairy Tales are Dark Reimagings of Fairy Tales set in Terror Firma. Fairy Tales are something so basic yet powerful, built into the land and into the souls of those who live on it. Stories of nobles, peasants and beasts where lessons are learned, and people get their just desserts. Many Fairy Tales are based on changelings, or Abgotten as they call themselves. These Unseelie Fairy Tales are the versions of the stories held by the Abgotten.

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Name is the Game

A Dark Reimagining of the Grimm Fairytale Rumpelstiltskin. Based on the original version of the story collected by the Brothers Grimm and published in the first edition of their book of folk and fairy tales known today as Grimms’ Fairy Tales. This new version of the story is called Name is the Game. With her father’s freedom on the line, the miller’s daughter will make an agreement to give up her firstborn child to a Balehob. Even the king’s protection can’t save her baby from being taken. Name is the Game and the Balehob doesn’t like to lose.

Little Red and the Isengrim

A Dark Reimagining of the Grimm Fairytale Little Red Riding Hood (originally known as Little Red Cap). Based on the original version of the story collected by the Brothers Grimm and published in the first edition of their book of folk and fairy tales known today as Grimms’ Fairy Tales. This new version of the story is called Little Red and the Isengrim. Little Red’s grandmother is ill, and her mother has her take some items to her to help her recover. Despite her mother’s warning not to stray from the path Little Red does and meets the Isengrim, better known as the Big Bad Wolf.

Call me Gevatter Tod

Death is a Godfather in a Fairy Tale Dark Reimagining of Godfather Death. Based on the original version of the story collected by the Brothers Grimm and published in the first edition of their book of folk and fairy tales known today as Grimms’ Fairy Tales. This new version of the story is called Call me Gevatter Tod. Death itself becomes the godfather of a boy from a poor family and watches over him but even the protection of Death can only go so far.

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