Valkyrie Svia – Denizens of Hel

Welcome back! Valkyrie Svia is effectively split into a few routes that you can mix and match along the way to assorted results. Today, we’re going to talk to you about the first of those routes: The Denizens of Hel. When Hel itself looks like… well, the image above, just what will the creatures look like?

So, with a title like that, and knowing it’s in a mythological setting, you’d probably expect some pretty unique monsters, and if you know Lilith at all, you’d probably expect them to be grotesque at times, too. You’d be right! In the effort to break the wills of the valkyries, Loki will concede his own turn at them in favor of some… shall we say, more -peculiar- creatures! Some of which may be more or less consistent with Norse Mythology, to be fair.

So, let’s start with a staple: tentacles! But, no, this isn’t some ordinary tentacle monster… That would be too easy, behold!

There’s certainly more than one tentacle monster to be had, as well. Maybe this sort of thing will catch your interest?

"Pin"point precision! ...I'll show myself out.Then, there’s creatures like goblins… SWARMS of goblins…

So, what other interesting creatures might you encounter in this route? You’ll just have to play to find out!

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  1. Can’t wait to start playing Lilith’s first English release later this month. I’ve already pre-ordered mine despite no discount, so I hope to see this one rise in the rankings here in the next couple weeks.

  2. Yeah I preorderd as well. Maybe in one of the routes you take them to sunny world with lots of pretty pink flowers everywhere…..and then leave them to the mercy of the giant bunny monsters

  3. I like the idea of being able to mix and match scenes. It really lets you feel drawn into your Japanese rape games, you know? I actually really liked My Sex Slave is a Classmate more than anybody reasonably should just because it had so many scenes and you could change up the order you played through them in pretty extensively, even though it had a pretty crappy translation and inconsistent art.

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