To Break the Pillars of Heavens
From Scion: Hero p. 316
Frost giants are the spawn of Ymir, one of the few Titans slain outright by the Gods. For much of history, they remained in their realm of Jotunheim with their brethren, the stone giants. Norse legend says that on the day of Ragnarök, the frost giants will lead the charge against the Aesir and destroy them. Indeed, it will be the frost giants who initiate Ragnarök by bringing about Fimbulwinter, a never-ending winter in which ice and snow blanket the World. There is much truth in the tales of Ragnarök, as frost giants are among the most commonly encountered breed of titanspawn, and many of them work tirelessly to bring about the return of the Titans and the end of the World.
Mortals perceive frost giants as impossibly large humans with pale skin. While few mortals actually realize that the eight-foot-tall ﬁgure towering over them is a giant, more astute mortals might notice the puffs of frost that come out of a giant’s mouth with each breath, regardless of the ambient temperature. Beings with a Legend rating see frost giants as huge mortals made of ice or snow. Windowpanes frost over when a frost giant walks past, and wherever one goes, the ambient temperature drops noticeably. Frost giants can be male or female and reproduce normally.
Frost giants possess the typical characteristics of the giant template except
as follows. First, all frost giants have dots in the War Purview equal to their (Legend – 1). Second, by spending a Legend point, a frost giant can cause a large quantity of
liquid to freeze solid with a touch, as per the Changing States Water Boon. Finally, a frost giant can also heal himself of wounds by placing the injured body parts in water and then freezing the water back onto his body to repair the damage. The giant must spend one Legend point and roll his unmodiﬁed Legend rating, regaining one health
level per success. A deceased frost giant quickly melts away.