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Frigidfog City is a city in the North Kingdom. It is near the Rocky Mountains.[1]


Before Year 652[]

Nidhogg's father was a successful commander and general in Frigidfog City. Though he was not very close to the other officers, he won many battles and was considered the "god of Frigidfog City". He had a close relationship with his wife, and in 652, they had a son, Nidhogg.[1]

Year 657[]

Nidhogg's father was envied for his success and was considered overbearing by the other officers in Frigidfog City. They framed him for bribery and treason, and he was arrested on a cold night. His army was dismissed, everything valuable he owned was taken from him, and his family was sent out of the city. The family's butler could only take his wife to a safe place. When the butler returned, the entire mansion had been ransacked. He couldn't find Nidhogg anywhere, and the only thing he left behind was his favorite pipe.[1][3]

Though the arrest was considered top-secret, through word of mouth the story was spread among the people of Frigidfog City.[1]



The bar has a counter as well as booths, and there are old songs playing inside it.[1]


The hotel has two stories, and the hotel rooms are quite small. However, it's kept neat.[1]

Additional Locations[]

  • Nidhogg's family's mansion[1]
  • Bell tower[1]
  • Bus station[1]
  • Slums[1]
  • Hospital[2]
  • Railway[2]

Name by Server[]

Version Name (Romanized) Translation
International.png International (English) Frigidfog City N/A
France Flag.png International (French) Ville de Brouillardfroid Coldfog City
Chinese Flag.png China (Simplified) 寒雾城 (hán wù chéng) Coldfog City
Korean Flag.png South Korea 안개성 (Angaeseong) ???
Singapore Flag.png Southeast Asia (English) N/A N/A


  • In the year 680, a poor designer broke into someone's house to steal things for design school tuition, but found an "ugly design" lying in the house. He was caught by the homeowner while tailoring and revising the design. He was arrested, but the homeowner was willing to support his studies after seeing how he improved the design.[2]