One thousand years on from the bloody Battle of Clontarf, 1014 Retold is re-telling it on Twitter, from a variety of perspectives, including Kings, Queens and Viking invaders.
And it turns out, medieval Irish history is basically Game of Thrones. Though admittedly, without dragons.
The build-up is tense, to say the least.
Marriages forge and break alliances.
Family strife turns into war.
Politics gets done over beer and feasting.
There's even a coin involved.
It also offers useful advice from ancient Ireland.
The many epic characters involved are all laid out on the website.
Gormlaith - Consort of kings, mother of rulers, the power behind the throne.
Brian Boru - Emperor of Ireland, leader of the Dal Cais clan, and great warrior.
Sitric - King of Dublin, Norse nobleman, architect of the rebellion.
Brodir - Feared Viking warrior and sorcerer, leader of the Isle of Man fighters.
There's also the 'Game of Retweets,' where everyone can take sides and join the battle.
The project is also holding Ireland's first ever live Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.
SPOILER WARNING: Historical details of the battle can be read online in the Annals of Innisfallen and the Annals of Ulster.
Yes, that is a 1000-year old Spoiler Warning, if you'd rather follow along on Twitter instead.