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He is a god of war, death, wisdom, poetry, and knowledge, and rides the eight-legged horse Sleipnir.
He hung himself for nine days on the world tree Yggsdrasil, pierced by his own spear, to gain knowledge, and traded one of his eyes for a drink from Mimir's well to gain wisdom.
She is the goddess of the sky, marriage, and motherhood, and often works at her loom spinning clouds.
The god of fertility, horses, sun, and rain, his possessions include the magic ship Skidbladnir.
He travels in a chariot drawn by the golden boar Gullinbursti, and had to give away his magic sword to win the hand of the giantess Gerda.
The daughter of Njord and twin sister of Frey, she is also a Vanir hostage living with the Aesir.
The goddess of love, passion, and human fertility, her possessions include a cloak that allows her to turn into a falcon, and the necklace Brisingamen.
His children include the wolf Fenrir, the Midgard Serpent Jormungandr, Hel (the ruler of the underworld), and Sleipnir.
He dreamed of his own death, so Frigga extracted promises from everything not to harm Balder, but she skipped mistletoe.
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