Folk horror isn't just rooted to a field in England. Stories of rural, isolated communities and their strange traditions can be found the world over. Helena Nash takes a tour around the British Isles to bring you some alternate folk horror casts.
This free mini-programme guide described the main Stars, Co-Stars and Extras of three additional settings: the Isle of Sumer in Scotland, Port Autumn in Wales and Holyspring in Ireland.
All of the Extras described in the main Children of the Fields Programme Guide can be used by any of these additional casts, though you may want to restrict the use of some (for example the Hunstmen or Corn Dolls) to give each setting a distinctive flavour.
Similarly, you may confine the Stars and Co-Stars of Winterly to their traditional English stomping grounds, or you might like to send some of them on a little field trip to work with (or against) their counterparts in these additional settings.
Perhaps Lady Winterly and Laird Sumer are old allies, or bitter rivals? And maybe the demonic Black Goat and the vengeful Morrigan have old scores to settle in a battle that draws in the reclusive Captain Autumn and his piscine villagers?
A copy of the 7TV2: Children of the Fields Programme Guide is useful but not essential for use with this guide.
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