The story begins a long time ago when Lewonas reviewed Buried Secrets and said that the main quest is the only interesting thing and I was like wow that's right and I opened the editor and started placing units. I wanted to make a map with many interesting quests, more different endings and lots of secrets. Basically an open world. And since Ferguson Mansion did so well let's make it full cinematic like that. And beyond the very general norse theme, I didn't really know what I was doing. I certainly had no idea how long it will take and boy was that a bliss because this is without a doubt the most ridiculous thing I've done in my life. Working on a map for 5+ years is crazy even for my standards. Of course, it's still not perfect, but I have to finish it because I'm getting old at this point.
Now to address the Titan in the room. Yes, the difficulty has been tamed. Mostly. It's more adequate compared to the insanity of some of my other maps, at least if you don't delve too deep in the spooky dungeons and aren't concerned with any particular endings that require a particular amount of completion.
That being said, death is kind of permanent, which may or may not be considered hard.
When making the showcase I used the Mythinitive Edition mod, which I recommend, but is of course optional.
Download from AoMHeaven for higher quality music, I had to compress the music to upload on Steam.
Big thanks to Zenophobia and phdorogers4 for playtesting.
And make sure you have lots of free time ahead before playing!