Ráðúlfr was a Setite active in Scandinavia during the Dark Ages.


A convert to Christianity since the Battle of Stiklarstaðir in 1030 CE, Ráðúlfr referred to himself as the Hlaðirjarl ("Night Jarl") of Lofotr, although his claims were to the entirety of Lofoten archipelago. As such, he was a main rival to the Gangrel prince Valborg who claimed the settlement of Bjarkarey in the region.

His faith in Christ was not well received among several of his southern clanmates, who regarded him as a heretic and worked to replace him. Ironically, this ensured him the cooperation of Valborg, who did not want foreigners in her territory.


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