Ragnarok - Mega Bundle for M4


The winter wolf dragged the blanket of storms across the sky, covering Midgard in cold and darkness. The frost giants marched from Jotunheimr to lay siege to the lands of men. Terrible things moved in the deep and the dark, in the roots of Midgard, and Jormungandr wracked the oceans with storms caused by his fury. For the time of all ends, the Twilight of the gods, Ragnarokkr, was upon the world. The world had entered a harsh age - an axe age, a sword age - a wind age, and a wolf age.

A mighty blast from Heimdl's horn reverberated through the nine realms, and shook the world tree Yggdrasil to it's roots. All who heard the call throughout Asgard, Midgard, Jotunheim, Muspellsheim, Alfheim, Vanaheim, Svartalfaheim, Hel, and Neifelheim knew then that the war of Ragnarokkr had begun.

The men of the North picked up their Axes and marched for the last.


Garmr has been loosed from Gnipahellir and gathered his pack to scourge the world's of men. All beasts of flesh and bone tremble in fear and fall before the hounds of Hel and sons and daughters of Garmr. They feast and feed, leaving the lands barren, and the herds butchered, bringing on their hooves a frozen famine for the men of Midgard. Man would long remember this wolf age.

The men of the North gathered shield and spear, and the hunt was on to lay to rest the sons and Daughters of Garmr. They kept the beasts at range with spear, knowing full well the bite of the hounds carried a terrible curse of madness and low flesh. The glistening white of the fields of ice and snow would soon run red with the blood of man and wolf...


Jormungandr's furious writhing has stirred a furious ocean, its waves breaking free the ship Ngalfar from its icy bonds. Across the angry seas Ngalfar carries the dead from Hel, steered by the Jotunn Hrym, and led by the god Loki. The disgraced dead of Nieflheimr, twisted, corroded, and warped by their mistress Hel, brought terror and death to Midgard on their march for the Bifrost.

The men in these lands of ice steeled themselves, hardening their resolve, and gathered cold swords and frozen shields and marched to meet their ancestors in one last, glorious battle. They knew the cause likely hopeless, and their deaths assured, for the dead cannot be slain again.


The bitter cold and darkness of the Fimbulvetr, the winter of three years, covered Midgard in a thickening blanket of frost and snow. The frost giants were lured from Jotunheimr by this enticing weather, and lay siege to the lands of men and set their gaze upon Asgard. In their path they left blight, and death, stretching the grip of winter further into the lands of men.

The tribes of the North gathered their mightiest and set out to meet the Jotun. With sword, and axe, and spear they fought furiously on frozen fields and in ice covered forests, battle after battle, against the frozen monsters of Jotunheimr. The battles raged, and raged, and raged, the hearts of men and warriors becoming as cold as the frozen hearts of the Frost Giants, until eventually the men of the north even turned on their own.


The seas raged and thrashed from the fury of Jormungandr, and the sons of Garmr roamed the heavens. The wolf, Skoll, seized the sun and swallowed her, while his brother, Hati, caught hold of the moon and mangled her. The stars began to fade from the heavens blanketing the world in darkness, and the Earth shook. As the fires of Surtr's flaming sword scorched the realms, the blanket of ice of the Fimbulvetr melted, and the land began to sink into the raging seas. The gods were dead, and none could stand against Surtr - all that remained was for him to burn himself out, and scorch the nine realms.

The men of the north gathered their last on great sailing ships. The final voyage was at hand. At the end would be great glory and treasures beyond belief. They would sail west, over the edge of the world, hoping to escape the Fimbulvetr, the madness of the gods, and Surtr's sword. The voyage would be long, the trials difficult, but the men of the north were used to long and difficult times. The promise of new lands and hope lured them and called out, and so they sailed.

This Product Includes:

• Over 300 Poses!

This Megabundle includes all of the content of the following sets:

Ragnarok - Axemen of the North

• 30 Poses plus 30 mirrors for M4 and Ragnarok

• 10 Single Axe poses and their Mirrors

• 10 Twin Axe poses and their Mirrors

• 10 Hatchet and Shield Poses and their Mirrors

• 6 Grip poses for quick weapon swapping of the Axe, Hatchet, or Shield.

Ragnarok - Spearmen of Winter

• 30 Poses plus 30 mirrors for M4 and Ragnarok

• 15 SingleSpear poses and their Mirrors

• 15 Spear and Shield Poses and their Mirrors

• 10 Grip poses for quick weapon positioning of spear and shield.

Ragnarok - Cold Swordsmen

• 30 Poses plus 30 mirrors for M4 and Ragnarok

• 8 Handgrips for the Ragnarok Weapons

• 1 each for Left and Right Shield

• 3 Each for Left and Right Sword in different positions

• 2 Positioning Poses for a Paired Swordfight

Ragnarok - Snowbound Skirmishers

• 30 Poses plus 30 mirrors for M4 and Ragnarok

• 3 Hatchet Throws plus mirrors

• 3 Spear and Axe Poses and mirrors

• 4 Spear and Sword Poses and mirrors

• 15 Sword and Axe poses and Mirrors

• 5 New Sword and Shield Poses and mirrors

• 10 Handgrips for the Ragnarok Weapons

Ragnarok - Long Voyages

• 45 Poses for the Longship Oars

• 70 Positioning Poses for quick placement on the Longship

• 32 Upper-Body Rowing Poses plus Mirrors (64 Total)

• 28 Full body poses for M4 plus 27 Mirrored Poses (55 Poses total)

• 3 Lower-Body Seated Poses plus Mirrors (6 Total)

*Previously sold at RuntimeDNA

3rd Party Products Needed:

Michael 4 from DAZ3D

Michael 4 Morphs from Daz3D


Ragnarok from Mortem Vetus

Viking Longship from Mortem Vetus