Yggdrasil

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Yggdrasil is one of the worlds that are participating in The Game. It is based on Norse mythology and named after the world tree.

The World Representative of Yggdrasil is Surtr.

The exiled soul of Yggdrasil was Freyr.

Transients

Transients of Yggdrasil

Surtr
【Representative】

Thor
【Exception】

Notes

  • Originally, Yggdrasil was named Valhalla, determined via datamining. Why this was changed is currently unknown.
  • Yggrasil is the name of the extremely large world tree that plays a central role in Norse cosmology where it connects the Nine Worlds.
  • Majority of the transients that come from Yggdrasil are from various Norse mythology, with a few having indirect connections to it.
    • Many of them come from Old Norse poems compiled in what is called the Poetic Edda.
    • Alberich is a character in the play Der Ring des Nibelungen written by a German composer debuting in around 1876. The characters are based loosely from Norse stories and Nibelungenlied an epic poem in Middle High German. Alberich's character himself borrows heavily from the Norse dwarf Andvari.
    • Alp is a supernatural being in German folklore and though the creature itself isn't found in Old Norse stories, its name has the same origin as the word "elf" used in Norse mythology, even sharing it with the subworld Alp (the character) came from, Alfheim.
    • Tomte is a being from Nordic folklore.
Spoiler
  • Though not coming from said world, Breke is a manmade collaboration whos body is based on one of Odin's wolves Freki and his mind being composed of Odin's crows Huginn and Muninn.


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