God Of War Ragnarok Characters From Norse Mythology List


Týr is the Norse God of War, Law, and Honor. He is one of the sons of Odin, the half-brother of Thor, Baldur, Hodr, and Bragi. A natural pacifist, Týr sought to broker peace between his people, the Aesir, and their long-standing enemies, the Jötnar. But he was betrayed by his father, Odin when he imprisoned him and attacked the giants. In Norse mythology, he is typically described as only having one hand, having lost the other to the wolf Fenrir.


Angrboda is a Jötunn, wife of Loki, and mother of Jörmungandr, Fenrir, and Hel. She survived the genocide of the giants by the Aesir Gods. In Norse mythology, Angrboða or Angrboda is a female jötunn. In the Poetic Edda, Angrboða is mentioned only in Völuspá hin skamma as the mother of Fenrir by Loki.


The second dwarf was created after the first and foremost dwarf Mótsognir. In the first trailer, Durlin appears to be an acquaintance of Brok and Sindri. He carries around a purple squidopus named Dínner on his shoulder. In Norse mythology, Durinn forged the magic sword Tyrfing with the help of the dwarf Dvalin. In variant texts of the saga, Durinn is known as Dulinn.


Fenrir, also known as Hróðvitnir (fame-wolf), is a Wolf-Giant-god and is considered one of the greatest enemies of the Aesir. He’s destined to fight and kill Odin during Ragnarök. He’s the father of both Sköll and Hati. He is also the brother of Jörmungandr.

In Norse mythology, once the Gods found out about their existence, they began to fear them as there was Prophesize that these siblings would bring great misfortune upon the Gods due to nature of both of their parents, their father Loki in particular.


She is a Vanir goddess who helps Kratos and Atreus on their journey. She is the mother of Baldur, the former wife of Odin, and the former Queen of the Valkyries. Goddess of Magic, Love, Beauty, Death, War, and Fertility. Freya is the secondary antagonist of God of War: Ragnarök, seeking revenge against Kratos for killing Baldur.


Jörmungandr, also known as the World Serpent, is a mythical Jötunn serpent destined to fight Thor come Ragnarök. He becomes an ally of Kratos and Atreus after the pair awaken him from deep slumber within the Lake of Nine.

In Norse mythology, Jörmungandr’s arch-enemy is the thunder-god, Thor, with the two being prophesied to kill each other come Ragnarök. Jormungandr will be slain by Thor, who will then take nine steps away before succumbing to the serpent’s Eitr poison that it had been spewing in the air during the battle.

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