God Of War Ragnarok Characters From Norse Mythology List

Sköll & Hati

Two wolf giants, the sons of Fenrir and the grandsons of Loki and Angrboða. When Sköll and Hati were pups, Odin captured them and kept them in the kennels in Asgard in order to keep their father Hróðvitnir, who was considered one of the Aesir’s most dangerous enemies, at bay.

In Norse Mythology, Sköll and Hati chase the horse-drawn chariots of Sól and Máni, the personified sun and moon respectively, every day and night until they finally catch them, marking the onset of Ragnarök.

Speki & Svanna

Kratos’ and Atreus’ female wolves pull their sled.


Surtr, also known as Surt, is the first fire giant and the second being in existence to be born. He is the ruler of Muspelheim and the fire giants. He is hidden deep within his realm, and is constantly training and honing his skills to be prepared for Ragnarok, in which he will lead his kin against the Aesir and destroy Asgard.

In Norse mythology, Surtr is foretold as being a major figure during the events of Ragnarök; carrying his bright, flaming sword, he will go to battle against the Æsir, and the major god Freyr of the Vanir. Afterward, the flames that he brings forth will engulf the Earth.


Baldur was the Norse Aesir God of Light and the main antagonist of God of War (2018). He was the son of Odin and Freya, half-brother of Thor, Meili, Týr, Hodr, and Bragi, and uncle of Magni and Modi. Baldur answers Odin’s call to hunt down the Jötunn Guardian, one of the two remaining Jötnar in Midgard who had been foiling the Aesir’s plans for some time.

The Giants knew the full events of Ragnarok and that Baldur was always meant to die by Kratos’ hand when he did. Kratos realized that Baldur was never meant to look for him as Baldur was tracking down Kratos’ wife, Faye, but was unaware she was only ashes by then. Freya is left devastated and enraged upon his death despite Baldur’s attempt on her life. She swears revenge upon Kratos before taking her son’s body with her and disappearing.


Laufey the Just, or Faye for short, was a Frost Giant from Jötunheim, the second wife of Kratos and the mother of Atreus. Faye is only seen 2018 game as a corpse wrapped in sheets and later cremated, but is a crucial character mentioned extensively in God of War.

Her real name was Laufey, and, according to Mimir, she was renowned as a great giant heroine, known as Laufey the Just, for her deeds in helping the weak and helpless and opposing the cruel Aesir and their king, Odin. At some point, she cooperated with Týr in hiding the Realm Tower to Jötunheim, cutting her off from her home in an effort to preserve her kin from Thor’s genocide.

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