A young, beautiful girl outwits the dreaded witch of the woods.
A prince rides a grey wolf, hunting down the elusive firebird.
Drowned women dance upon the river's surface, seeking to sate their eternal hunger and sorrow by eating the flesh of those gullible enough to follow them.
The most benevolent and kind of the gods becomes the avatar of evil and darkness for half a year.
A mad sorcerer cheats death itself by hiding his soul in a place where none may reach it.
Cold, dark tales from a cold and dark land, where only the strong and the merciless may survive. Where nothing is ever as it seems, where even the great kings live in fear of the all consuming winter. A wild place, a violent place, a barbaric place, a beautiful place.
Have you ever considered how to integrate some of the more famous slavic fairy-tales into the mostly German world of the Grimmlands? Most of these legends are already horrifically twisted and dark as it is, but how do you think we can make them even scarier, hmm?
I believe the style fits very well.