We’ve always wanted to search the elusive land of Hyperborea, and through reports of progress here and there, we’ve never felt like we were coming much closer to finding it.
However, archaeologists recently discovered evidence that the ancient Sami people did, in effect, know where the entrance to Hyperborea is. The holy Angvundaschorr rock can be found on the shores of Lake Seydozera, where the discovery was made.
The following monumental silhouette can be seen on this rock, which the Sami people worship to this day. Their misconceptions vary from absurd to unimaginable, but experts agree that this one isn’t so far from the facts after all.
They’d known about the entrance to the magical land of Hyperborea since ancient times, but they’d never been able to go because they weren’t considered peaceful enough to coexist with the local wizards and warlocks.
Kuiva the Giant was able to keep them at bay the whole time. They were no match for the Giant warlock, who was said to be bigger than any man or Giant at the moment, no matter how hard they tried to fend him off.
And if the Sami had their own Giant, they couldn’t win. As a result, they summoned the Gods’ fury to aid them in their battle, and a vast array of lightning bolts lit up the sky, decimating Kuiva and leaving the following imprint. The whole door is said to have been sealed.
If this legend is valid, Hyperborea could be found deep inside the mountain.