Ragnarok is, in Norse Mythology, known as the "end of times", or, End of the World. In this event, there will be a series of curiosities between the gods, giants and children of Loki, check it out.
Jõrmungandr is, in Norse Mythology, the Serpent of the World. This serpent is also the biggest viper of all mythologies. Also, she is a mortal enemy of the Norse God of Thunder, Thor. Check out.
Nidhogg is a Dragon exclusive to Norse Mythology. This dragon arises from the world tree and is extremely powerful, as well as being mentioned in the Poetic Edda.
Loki is, in Norse Mythology, the God of Mischief. Loki was a very unpredictable deity and despite being Thor's brother, he wasn't a god himself, but a Jotun (a giant), check it out below.
Surtur: The Fire Giant of Norse Mythology
Surtur or Surt is the main Fire Giant of Norse Mythology, as well as being the guardian of one of the worlds: Musphelhein, the Land of Fire. It is this giant that will fight the God Freyr in Ragnarok.
Skoll and Hati, in Norse Mythology, are the sons of the wolf Fenrir and also grandsons of Loki. Both pulled the sun and moon, in addition to having a relevant role in Ragnarok as they are mentioned in the poem Gylfaginning.
Who is Fenrir in Norse Mythology?
Fenrir is, in Norse Mythology, a monstrous wolf that, in Ragnarok, will be freed from its chains and will cause chaos to everyone in front of him. Discover the History and Myth of this creature below.
Yggdrasil is known as the "Tree of the worlds" in Norse Mythology, it is where the Nine Worlds such as Alfheim and Jutunheim are located. Know its Meaning and History.
Vili and Vé: Meet the Brother Gods of Odin
Vili and Vé are, in Norse and Germanic Mythology, the Brother Gods of Odin (the wisest of the Norse gods). Both are little known, the most prominent deity in this mythology is his brother.
Huginn and Muninn, are, in Norse Mythology, the Ravens of the God Odin. Both have the meaning of Thought and Memory! They are the ones who bring information to God. Learn more about these crows below.
Odin: The God of Victory in Norse Mythology
Odin (also called Wotan) in Norse Mythology is the God of Victory. Odin is the most important deity in this mythology and is also the wisest among gods and mortals, check it out.
What are Prose Edda and Poetic Edda?
Prose Edda and Poetic Edda are, in general, in Nordic Mythology traditional poems that explain the origin (and final) of the whole and also, through these poems, we can understand their tradition.