(Yes, it’s really hard for me to pronounce and I believe the H is silent. )
After learning about this ancient Viking game a few months ago, and being inspired by @joshnmary484 's post here, I designed my own set. It turned out really well and I was pleased to gift it to my friend’s son.
After the board was scored and masking was partially removed I used spray paint to mark the grid lines and special squares. The finished board is 10.5 inches square.
While designing the pieces for the attacking and defending teams, I decided to create second alternate designs for their flip side. So each player can choose which design they would like to play with if they want some variety.
I made some spare “soldier” pieces for both teams, and also made a special extra “king” piece, a Golden Squirrel, since my friend loves Red squirrels. We decided it looks a bit more like a Golden Hare though. All pieces were colored with Sharpie pens.