Norse Gods Information
Aegir was a god of the sea, seashore, and oceans. He was often considered the overall personification of the ocean, be it both good or bad. Aegir's residence was none other than the waters under the island of Hlesey. He was also associated with the brewing of ale and was often known to do so for Thor. Because of this he was also known as a hospitable god, and frequently had quests in his halls. These guests were always mystified by the magical cups he had in his halls; they always magically refilled themselves upon being empty.
Other Names: Hler, Gymir
Siblings: Ran, Loki
Children: 9, they were known as the waves
Depicted: Aegir was usually depicted as a god with a crown made out of seaweed, and always had a throng of mermaids or nixies in his wake. He was one of the Vanir, and therefore a giant.
Balder was considered the god of light, joy, spring, and peace. He was a very popular and well-liked god and warrior. He was extremely strong and gentle-hearted, but was sometimes considered a bit slow in the head. He was actually killed by his own blind brother when Loki tricked Hodur into throwing a dart of mistletoe at him. Mistletoe was the only thing of nature that was not asked by Frigga to not harm her son.
Ragnorak: Balder must remain in Hel until it is over and the Earth is reborn.
Depicted: Balder is usually represented as a very handsome god of fair hair and face.
Siblings: Hodur, Hermond, Bragi, Tyr
Other Names: Baldur, Baldr
Myths: The Death of Balder, Voluska
Freya was the goddess of sex, fertility, love, prosperity, wealth, cats, seeresses and war. She was an extremely beautiful woman who was also called upon to be the patron goddess of births and the crops. Freya was the owner of the precious Brisings necklace. She had a special feather coat with which she could fly around the world, and was also known for having a chariot drawn by two huge male cats. Freya was a resident of Folkvang and divided all of the slain warriors with Odin.
Ragnarok: Frey will fight against the guardian of Muspell. He will fall victim to the giant Surt since he has given away his sword to his messanger Skirnir. Tyr, the god of war, will attack the hound of Hel, Garm while Loki and Heimdall engage in combat and die by each other's hand.
Other Names: Freyja, Freyia, Mardal, Moertholl, Syr
Children: Hnoss, Gersemi
Holy Day: Friday
Sacred Animal: Cat, Swallow, Cuckoo, Lynx, Pig
Frigga was considered the goddess of love and fertility. It seems to me that she is very similar with the goddess Freya. She was also considered like the Fates in that she spun the thread of time. She carried all of the knowledge of eternity, but never revealed it to anyone. In order to protect her sons safety, she asked every living thing to spare his life. However, the only thing she forgot to ask was the mistletoe, and that flower killed him.
Other Names: Frigg, Friga
Lovers: Ve, Villi
Children: Balder, Bragi, Hodur, Hermod, Thor, Tyr, Hodur
Hel was known as the queen goddess of the underworld. She was originally raised in Asgard with her father, but was later given the underworld of Nifelheim/Helheim as her domain. She presided over all of the dead but those who were killed in battle. Those who died heroically in battle ended up in Valhalla, the Hall of the Heroes. She was the sole goddess to decide the fate of those souls who entered her domain.
Depicted: Hel had quite a disturbing appearance; she was born with her bones exposed on the outside of her body. It is also sometimes said that she was both black and white. Her body was known as representing both sides of the spectrum.
Other Names: Halja, Hell, Hella
Siblings: Fenrir, Jormungand
Sacred Objects: Wells
Hodur was the blind and somewhat slow god of winter, darkness, and the night. He was tricked into killing his brother with a spear and mistletoe by the god Loki. It is sometimes said then that he then took Balder's bride and made her his own. Hodur was later killed in-turn by the god Vali.
Other Names: Hod, Hoder, Hoth, Hodr
Siblings: Balder, Hermond, Bragi, Tyr
Loki was pretty much known as the god of mischief, deceit, and lies. He was also often associated with fire, and even sometimes evil in general. Loki's medling is what caused the god Hodur to kill his own brother. Being mean and playing tricks on the other gods and goddesses is what pleased him most. Loki often evaded capture by fleeing in the form of a salmon. He is represenetative of change and chaos.
Depicted: Loki is a shape-shifter and is known to take many forms. In some forms of art he is known as having bright red hair, eyes, and attire.
Ragnorak: Aids the giants. He will escape his bonds and sail northbound on a ship bearing the sons of Hel.
Father: Farbauti (frost giant)
Mother: Laufey (frost giantess)
Siblings: Odin (foster)
Wife: Angrboda, Sigyn
Children: Jormungand, Hel, Vali, Narvi, Fenrir
The Norns were three sisters that lived by the well Urdarbrunnur at the base of the tree Yggdrasil. They kept the tree plentiful and living by watering it each day themselves with water from the Well of Fate. They were very similar to the Greek Fates in that they determine the length of all men's and god's lives. They were therefore known to the be goddesses of fate, time, and destiny. Their decision will not waiver and cannot be swayed. The names of the three are: Urd, Verdandi, and Skuld.
Depicted: Urd is thought of as the old spinster, and is often depicted as old and withered. Verdandi is the most beautiful of the three and is always looking forward in life. Skuld is the most hidden of the three and is often pictured veiled or hidden.
Other Names: Dises, Idises, Hagedises, Disir
Depicted: Odin is often depicted as an older, grey-haired man wearing an old cloak. In some stores Odin is known for having one eye, and frequently wears a wide brimmed hat to provide coverage. In his hand he carries the spear Gungnir, and on his finger he wears the ring Draupnir.
Ragnorak: He will ride away on his horse Sleipnir to consult the head of Mimir for advice. The warriors in Valhalla will be sent to the plane of Vigrid with Odin. It is here he will be killed by the wolf Fenrir.
Other Names: Allfather, Ygg, Bolverk, Grimnir, Othin, Woden, Wodan, Wotan
Children: Balder, Hoder, Hermon, Bragi, Tyr
Siblings: Vili, Ve
Animals: Wolves (Geri and Freki), Ravens (Hugin and Munin)
Thor was the mighty god of thunder, strength, agriculture, farmers, free men, rain, and fertility. He was known to crash giants and gods with his mighty hammer. Mjollnir (hammer) would return to his hand after being thrown, and was symbolic of lightning. In order to throw and weild this mighty hammer he needed the aid of this belt of strength and gloves made out of iron. He was best known as being an extremely powerful god, with an extremely violent temper.
Ragnarok: Thor will battle against the Midgard serpent and successfully slay it. He will take nine steps back and die from the poinsonous fumes the serpent spews.
Origin: Old sky god Donar.
Mother: Jord (Fjorgyn)
Other Names: Thawr, Thunor, Donar, Thorr, Donner, Thunaer
Children: Magni, Modi, Thrud, Bragi
Symbol: Hammer-Mjoelner, Belt-Megingjord, Acorn
Ull was the god of winter, death, skiing, the chase, overall combat, archery, hunting and trapping, and snowshoes (of all things). He represents the northern winter and spends them hunting with Skade, and the summers in Helheim with Hel. It is said that he must spend time with Hel so that Odin can run the weather while he is gone (summer). Ull's name actually means glorious and was used in the naming of many places. Becuase of this, it was thought that he may have been a major god in earlier times.
Other Names: Ullr, Uller, Oller
Father: Thor or Aurvandil
Weapon: Yew Bow
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Siblings: Thor, Vidar
Ragnorak: Survives until the end of the Earth.
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Vidar was the "silent" god of war.
Siblings: Thor, Vali
Ragnorak: Avenges Odin's death and lives until the end of the world.
Info was extracted from Norse World Mythology.