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The following is a complete list of the fanworks submitted during the 2016 Nordipalooza Fest. It is arranged in the order they were submitted. See summary fields for each submission's type/rating/language.

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Nordipalooza 2016 Fanworks

01. Things that change and things that don't by Aki-no-hikari [Norway, Denmark - Transformation - Viking Age or 1500s]

Summary: Norway and Denmark were siblings, born of the same father and of the sea they both so loved. But more than siblings, they were best friends.

02. Somehow by
Hinata Plusle [Finland, Denmark - Closed Doors - AU or 1500s]

Summary: To be unable to pinpoint why it didn’t feel right was another very frustrating thing.

03. Dragged by Hinata Plusle [Norway, Iceland - Ocean/Sailing - Modern or 1600s]

Summary: He couldn’t believe he was being dragged along his own lands because of the ocean, of all things possible. Couldn’t Norway look at it at his own home?

04. All the things he said by [personal profile] icelilly [Denmark, Any Nation (Estonia) - Things Left Unsaid - Modern or 1500s]

Summary: Denmark and Estonia once shared a difficult and violent relationship but not so much anymore. Still, the memories from those days still plague him and he's struggling to enjoy his day off with his partner and friends.

05. Deadweight Tonnage by [personal profile] kanadka (tumblr, ao3) [Iceland, Denmark - Mourning - Medieval or 1800s]

Summary: Iceland knows there's no way Denmark will let England have those ships, unless he's unavoidably detained.

06. Event Horizon (Part 1) by [personal profile] gelaecter (tumblr | AO3) [Iceland, Denmark - Missing - AU or Modern]

Summary: Emil's estranged brother goes missing, and Emil gets to know him in his absence.
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