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Níu Heimar: The Viking Saga

Níu Heimar: The Viking Saga

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Níu Heimar is an Old Norse phrase meaning "Nine Homes" in reference to the many realms of Norse mythology. The Viking Saga is a surrealistic story about love and war, legend and fame, the falling of nations and the rise of kings.

7,088 readers have visited Níu Heimar: The Viking Saga since Sigurd created it.

Introduction

In the beginning, there was fire and ice. A great void Ginnungagap was between the frosty Niflheim and the firey Muspell, and as the flames melted the ice, soon the frost giant Ymir emerged. As he slept, sweat dripped from his forehead, and from the cold sweat drops, a whole race of frost giants emerged. As more ice thawed, it formed a great cow called Audhumla, with four rivers of milk which flowed from her teats to feed Ymir and the frost giants. The cow licked salty ice blocks. After one day of licking, she freed a man's hair from the ice. After two days, his head appeared. On the third day the whole man was there. His name was Buri, and he was tall, strong, and handsome. Buri begot a son named Bor, and Bor married Bestla, the daughter of a giant. Bor and Bestla had three sons: Odin was the first, Vili the second, and Vé the third. Together, they became the first gods and rulers of heaven and earth. Soon, a fire giant named Surt appeared in Muspelheim, from whom the fire giants were forged. Then a war broke out between the gods and the frost giants. Odin killed Ymir during the battle and emerged as king of the gods. The sons of Bor then carried Ymir to the middle of Ginnungagap and made the world from him. From his blood they made the sea and the lakes; from his flesh the earth; from his hair the trees; and from his bones the mountains.

Ymir bled so much that his blood flooded the world, and drowned most of the frost giants. They made rocks and pebbles from his teeth and jaws and those bones that were broken. Maggots appeared in Ymir's flesh, and by decree of the gods, they took a human appearance but remained small. From these small beings, the dwarves emerged, living in rocks and caves deep underground. Bor's three sons formed a bowl from Ymir's skull and used it to make the sky. They flung Ymir's brains into the sky which formed the clouds. Then they took the sparks and burning embers that were flying about after they had been blown out of Muspell, and placed them in the midst of Ginnungagap to give light to heaven above and earth beneath. To the stars they gave appointed places and paths. The earth was surrounded by a deep sea. The sons of Bor gave the mountains near the sea to the newly created rock giants for their settlements. The gods then formed Midgard from Ymir's eyebrows. Two trees grew out of Midgard, an ash tree and an elm tree. From these trees, the gods carved a man and a woman, Ask and Embla, the father and mother of all human beings. The gods then set the heavens, the sky and earth with the sun and all the stars, and placed them in a giant ash tree to decorate it. The tree grew so tall that it took up the whole cosmos, so the gods created a rainbow bridge to get from earth to heaven. They then created Vanaheim, the home of the nature gods who tended to the forest and protected the trees. The nature gods used leaves to create faeries, and from some of the faeries, a magical race of light elves emerged. The light elves went to war with the dwarves. After the war, some of the elves stayed in Svartalfheim while some of the dwarves stayed in Alfheim, and this exchange saw the evolution of hobbits, gnomes, wood elves and dark elves. Then a war broke out between the Aesir gods and Vanir gods. After the war, Njord, Freyr and Freyja went to stay in Asgard while Hoenir and Mimir stayed in Vanaheim, in order to ensure peace among the gods. But the god Loki was a trickster and malicious god who prefered the company of giants. Loki married the giantess Angrboda, and together they parented a race of demons and had three children: the first was Hel, the mother of dragons and goddess of the underworld. The second was Jormungand, a giant sea serpent which encircled the entire world. The third was Fenrir, a ravenous wolf. Loki also became the father of many other malicious creatures that would become the sworn enemy of gods and men. Thus the realms were formed and all the races borne. The many species of the Nine Worlds are as follows:

Skogvaettir - woodland faeries
Eldvaettir - fire faeries ; pixies
Vatnavaettir - river faeries; sprites
Irrblossir - river ghosts; wisps
Rissir - goblins
Smafolkir - hobbits
Dvergir - wicked dwarves
Svartalfir - helpful dwarves
Ljosalfir - light elves; high elves
Skogalfir - forest spirits; wood elves
Myrkalfir - grey elves; swamp elves
Dokkalfir - dark elves; drow
Skogrisir - tree giants; ents
Bergrisir - rock giants; mountain kings
Eldjotnir - fire giants; lava monsters
Hrimthir - frost giants
Sjothir - ocean giants; sea kings
Trollir - trolls; ogres
Nissir - friendly gnomes; red-caps
Tomtir - evil gnomes ; blue-caps
Menskir - humans
Nordir - northmen; nords; caucazoids
Blaumir - blue men; moors; negroids
Skraelingir - indians; asiatics; natives
Valkyrir - angels; female spirits
Einherjir - angels; male warrior spirits
Drekkir - dragons; fire serpents
Lindvyrmir - wingless dragon; serpent
Gammir - griffins; giant birds
Naffir - unicorns
Narvatir - water horse; sea unicorn
Draudir - ghost; shade; spectre
Nair - dishonorable spirits; poltergeists
Vendir - demons; incubi spirits
Marair - demonesses; nightmares
Ilvaettir - wraiths; ruling ghosts
Vanir - fertility gods; nature
Aesir - war gods; civilization
Draugir - vampires; revenants; corpses
Verulfir - werewolves
Volvair - witches; sorceresses
Godir - wizards; sorcerors
Nixir - mermaidens; sea nymphs
Nakkir - mermen; male mermaids
Lorelir - evil merfolk; female water spirits
Disir - female guardian spirits
Krakkir - giant squid; sea monsters
Jormungir - world serpent ; sea dragon
Hvitalfir - white elves; syn. light elves
Lyngbakir - giant whales; leviathans
Hamingjir - leprechauns; spirits of luck
Fylgjir - spirit animals; companions
Hreysir - werecats; wild catfolk
Vifillir - bug spirits; beetlefolk
Ornir - avians; eagles; birdfolk
Heidir - avians; hawks; birdfolk
Heidinnir - heathens; not of nordic race
Hrossir - wild horse spirits
Melrakkir - snow fox spirits; kitsunes
Hrafnir - avians; crow spirits
Galtir - wild boar spirits
Hreinnir - reindeer spirits
Nornsir - fates; seers; prophetesses
Orcenir - orcs; urukai; maneaters
Sjodrekkir - sea dragons
Bergdrekkir - rock dragons
Dokkdrekkir - black dragons
Vindormir- wind dragons; sky serpents
Eldormir - fire serpents; lava dragons
Landormir - land worms; green dragons
Guttir - satyrs; wild goat spirits
Mosfolkir - mushroom folk; myconids
Fenrir - famed wolf spirits; hellhounds

Be weary when travelling the Nine Worlds, for whispers of war and danger exists everywhere in these lands. Some places are unsuitable and uninhabitable by your race, even if you are a lesser deity. If only you were King Odin himself, but perhaps he favors you. We'll see what the gods have planned and if they have given you their blessings. Until then, farewell and safe journeys, traveller. May you ride in good haste with your back to the wind. Just be sure to watch behind you when you ride.

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Niu Heimar: The Viking Saga is a turn-based novella type of RPG which involves a multiplayer story that constantly unfolds with collaboration. There is no end to this story, as the pages are constantly being written by the players involved. Niu Heimar: The Viking Saga is unrated and may contain some graphic scenes or explicit content that is unsuitable for some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.

NH:TVS aims for medieval realism with a hint of surrealism and is designed to be semi-historically accurate. NH:TVS uses its own combat system which restricts the use of magic in favor of TB melee. Some restricted forms of magic are allowed, as are ranged weapons such as arrows or catapults, but TB melee is strongly encouraged. No modern or futuristic sci-fi weapons or characters are allowed. Early medieval fantasy characters only. The idea for this RPG is to be semi-legendary, mythological and semi-historical in regards to the Viking Age, so magic does exist but is limited in power. There are no playable deities, divine beings or over-powerful characters allowed in this universe. Mortal human characters only. Violators could be banned without warning.

Editing in progress. Submit a character at your own risk. Players may submit multiple characters, or play an entire clan if they so choose. More information will be added soon. So check back frequently. In the meantime, feel free to look around. PM the GM for further details. Thank you for your patience. I hope you enjoy your visit to my realms. :-)

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Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil by Sigurd

Yggdrasil is a giant ash tree known as the Cosmic Tree, the universal representation of all the nine realms combined. Yggdrasil symbolizes the Viking universe.

Asgard

Asgard by Sigurd

Asgard is the home of the Aesir gods and Ásynjur goddesses, located at the top of Yggdrasil in the heavens above Midgard.

Alfheim

Alfheim by Sigurd

Alfheim is the realm of the Ljosalfar or Light Elves, located somewhere between Asgard and Midgard in the upper branches of Yggdrasil.

Midgard

Midgard by Sigurd

Midgard is the realm of Humans at the center of Yggdrasil, regarded as the main world where all the action takes place. Humans are born and live in Midgard.

Svartalfheim

Svartalfheim by Sigurd

Svartalfheim is the realm of the Dwarves and Dokkalfar or Dark Elves, located in the subterranean region below Midgard within the giant hollow trunk of Yggdrasil.

Niflheim

Niflheim by Sigurd

Niflheim is the foggy underworld of snow and mist, where Helheim is located, below Svartalfheim at the very bottom of Yggdrasil's root system.

Helheim

Helheim by Sigurd

Helheim is the stronghold of the goddess Hel, regarded as the abode of the Nair or dishonorable Dead, located over the river Gjoll in the icey dark realm of Niflheim.

Muspelheim

Muspelheim by Sigurd

Muspelheim is the firey southern realm of ash and soot, where Eldheim is located, south of Midgard and Niflheim, where the Eldjotnar or Fire Giants originate.

Vanaheim

Vanaheim by Sigurd

Vanaheim is the realm of the Vanir gods associated with fertility and nature. Vanaheim is located west of Midgard but southeast of Asgard, within the mid-branches of Yggdrasil.

Jotunheim

Jotunheim by Sigurd

Jotunheim is the icey realm of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants and the famous location of their capital Utgard, located directly east of Midgard.

Bilskirnir

Bilskirnir by Sigurd

Bilskirnir is the famous Lightning Hall, ruled by the mighty Thor and his wife Sif in the realm of Asgard.

Valhalla

Valhalla by Sigurd

Valhalla is the famous Hall of the Slain, ruled over by King Odin in the realm of Asgard, where the Einharjar are chosen and attended by Valkyries.

Folkvangir

Folkvangir by Sigurd

Folkvangir is the hall of the Valkyries, ruled over by the goddess Freyja in Asgard, where half of the heroic dead are chosen to go when they die.

Utgard

Utgard by Sigurd

Utgard is the Hall of Loki the trickster, and the stronghold of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants located in Jotunheim.

Bifrost

Bifrost by Sigurd

Bifrost is the flaming Rainbow Bridge which connects Midgard to Asgard, ending at the hall of Himinbjörg, ruled by Heimdall the bridge keeper.

Gnipahellir

Gnipahellir by Sigurd

Gnipahellir is the eiry Dark Cave also known as Hel's Gate, where the blood-stained hellhound Garm is always watching.

Urdarbrunnir

Urdarbrunnir by Sigurd

Urdarbrunnir is the Well of Urd, but also of Verthandi and Skuld, together called the Norns, and Urdarbrunnir is described as the Lake of Fates.

Hvergelmir

Hvergelmir by Sigurd

Hvergelmir is the bubbling boiling spring in Niflheim, a lake or well full of snakes and serpents, guarded by the dragon Nidhogg.

Mimisbrunnir

Mimisbrunnir by Sigurd

Mimisbrunnir is also called the Well of Mimir, located in Jotunheim where it is the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

Sweden

Sweden by Sigurd

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Denmark

Denmark by Sigurd

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Norway

Norway by Sigurd

Norway

Iceland

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Newfoundland by Sigurd

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Germany

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Wales

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Netherlands by Sigurd

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Russia

Russia by Sigurd

Russia

Labrador

Labrador by Sigurd

Labrador

Greece

Greece by Sigurd

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Gothland

Gothland by Sigurd

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Serkland

Serkland by Sigurd

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Halifax

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Bulgaria

Bulgaria by Sigurd

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Italy

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Sicily

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Romania

Romania by Sigurd

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Mongolia

Mongolia by Sigurd

Mongolia

China

China by Sigurd

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Andlang

Andlang by Sigurd

Andlang is the middle heaven, with mountains reaching higher than Asgard, currently uninhabited at the moment.

Vidblainn

Vidblainn by Sigurd

Vidblainn is the third heaven, the highest and most beautiful of all. Vidblainn has majestic mountains that soar higher than Andlang, and even higher still than Asgard, but only the Ljosálfar inhabits this realm for the time being, ruled by the elven king

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Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil by Sigurd

Yggdrasil is a giant ash tree known as the Cosmic Tree, the universal representation of all the nine realms combined. Yggdrasil symbolizes the Viking universe.

Asgard

Asgard by Sigurd

Asgard is the home of the Aesir gods and Ásynjur goddesses, located at the top of Yggdrasil in the heavens above Midgard.

Alfheim

Alfheim by Sigurd

Alfheim is the realm of the Ljosalfar or Light Elves, located somewhere between Asgard and Midgard in the upper branches of Yggdrasil.

Midgard

Midgard by Sigurd

Midgard is the realm of Humans at the center of Yggdrasil, regarded as the main world where all the action takes place. Humans are born and live in Midgard.

Svartalfheim

Svartalfheim by Sigurd

Svartalfheim is the realm of the Dwarves and Dokkalfar or Dark Elves, located in the subterranean region below Midgard within the giant hollow trunk of Yggdrasil.

Niflheim

Niflheim by Sigurd

Niflheim is the foggy underworld of snow and mist, where Helheim is located, below Svartalfheim at the very bottom of Yggdrasil's root system.

Helheim

Helheim by Sigurd

Helheim is the stronghold of the goddess Hel, regarded as the abode of the Nair or dishonorable Dead, located over the river Gjoll in the icey dark realm of Niflheim.

Muspelheim

Muspelheim by Sigurd

Muspelheim is the firey southern realm of ash and soot, where Eldheim is located, south of Midgard and Niflheim, where the Eldjotnar or Fire Giants originate.

Vanaheim

Vanaheim by Sigurd

Vanaheim is the realm of the Vanir gods associated with fertility and nature. Vanaheim is located west of Midgard but southeast of Asgard, within the mid-branches of Yggdrasil.

Jotunheim

Jotunheim by Sigurd

Jotunheim is the icey realm of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants and the famous location of their capital Utgard, located directly east of Midgard.

Bilskirnir

Bilskirnir by Sigurd

Bilskirnir is the famous Lightning Hall, ruled by the mighty Thor and his wife Sif in the realm of Asgard.

Valhalla

Valhalla by Sigurd

Valhalla is the famous Hall of the Slain, ruled over by King Odin in the realm of Asgard, where the Einharjar are chosen and attended by Valkyries.

Folkvangir

Folkvangir by Sigurd

Folkvangir is the hall of the Valkyries, ruled over by the goddess Freyja in Asgard, where half of the heroic dead are chosen to go when they die.

Utgard

Utgard by Sigurd

Utgard is the Hall of Loki the trickster, and the stronghold of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants located in Jotunheim.

Bifrost

Bifrost by Sigurd

Bifrost is the flaming Rainbow Bridge which connects Midgard to Asgard, ending at the hall of Himinbjörg, ruled by Heimdall the bridge keeper.

Gnipahellir

Gnipahellir by Sigurd

Gnipahellir is the eiry Dark Cave also known as Hel's Gate, where the blood-stained hellhound Garm is always watching.

Urdarbrunnir

Urdarbrunnir by Sigurd

Urdarbrunnir is the Well of Urd, but also of Verthandi and Skuld, together called the Norns, and Urdarbrunnir is described as the Lake of Fates.

Hvergelmir

Hvergelmir by Sigurd

Hvergelmir is the bubbling boiling spring in Niflheim, a lake or well full of snakes and serpents, guarded by the dragon Nidhogg.

Mimisbrunnir

Mimisbrunnir by Sigurd

Mimisbrunnir is also called the Well of Mimir, located in Jotunheim where it is the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

Sweden

Sweden by Sigurd

Sweden

Denmark

Denmark by Sigurd

Denmark

Norway

Norway by Sigurd

Norway

Iceland

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Labrador

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Greece

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Halifax

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Mongolia

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China

China by Sigurd

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Andlang

Andlang by Sigurd

Andlang is the middle heaven, with mountains reaching higher than Asgard, currently uninhabited at the moment.

Vidblainn

Vidblainn by Sigurd

Vidblainn is the third heaven, the highest and most beautiful of all. Vidblainn has majestic mountains that soar higher than Andlang, and even higher still than Asgard, but only the Ljosálfar inhabits this realm for the time being, ruled by the elven king

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Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil by Sigurd

Yggdrasil is a giant ash tree known as the Cosmic Tree, the universal representation of all the nine realms combined. Yggdrasil symbolizes the Viking universe.

Asgard

Asgard by Sigurd

Asgard is the home of the Aesir gods and Ásynjur goddesses, located at the top of Yggdrasil in the heavens above Midgard.

Alfheim

Alfheim by Sigurd

Alfheim is the realm of the Ljosalfar or Light Elves, located somewhere between Asgard and Midgard in the upper branches of Yggdrasil.

Midgard

Midgard by Sigurd

Midgard is the realm of Humans at the center of Yggdrasil, regarded as the main world where all the action takes place. Humans are born and live in Midgard.

Svartalfheim

Svartalfheim by Sigurd

Svartalfheim is the realm of the Dwarves and Dokkalfar or Dark Elves, located in the subterranean region below Midgard within the giant hollow trunk of Yggdrasil.

Niflheim

Niflheim by Sigurd

Niflheim is the foggy underworld of snow and mist, where Helheim is located, below Svartalfheim at the very bottom of Yggdrasil's root system.

Helheim

Helheim by Sigurd

Helheim is the stronghold of the goddess Hel, regarded as the abode of the Nair or dishonorable Dead, located over the river Gjoll in the icey dark realm of Niflheim.

Muspelheim

Muspelheim by Sigurd

Muspelheim is the firey southern realm of ash and soot, where Eldheim is located, south of Midgard and Niflheim, where the Eldjotnar or Fire Giants originate.

Vanaheim

Vanaheim by Sigurd

Vanaheim is the realm of the Vanir gods associated with fertility and nature. Vanaheim is located west of Midgard but southeast of Asgard, within the mid-branches of Yggdrasil.

Jotunheim

Jotunheim by Sigurd

Jotunheim is the icey realm of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants and the famous location of their capital Utgard, located directly east of Midgard.

Bilskirnir

Bilskirnir by Sigurd

Bilskirnir is the famous Lightning Hall, ruled by the mighty Thor and his wife Sif in the realm of Asgard.

Valhalla

Valhalla by Sigurd

Valhalla is the famous Hall of the Slain, ruled over by King Odin in the realm of Asgard, where the Einharjar are chosen and attended by Valkyries.

Folkvangir

Folkvangir by Sigurd

Folkvangir is the hall of the Valkyries, ruled over by the goddess Freyja in Asgard, where half of the heroic dead are chosen to go when they die.

Utgard

Utgard by Sigurd

Utgard is the Hall of Loki the trickster, and the stronghold of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants located in Jotunheim.

Bifrost

Bifrost by Sigurd

Bifrost is the flaming Rainbow Bridge which connects Midgard to Asgard, ending at the hall of Himinbjörg, ruled by Heimdall the bridge keeper.

Gnipahellir

Gnipahellir by Sigurd

Gnipahellir is the eiry Dark Cave also known as Hel's Gate, where the blood-stained hellhound Garm is always watching.

Urdarbrunnir

Urdarbrunnir by Sigurd

Urdarbrunnir is the Well of Urd, but also of Verthandi and Skuld, together called the Norns, and Urdarbrunnir is described as the Lake of Fates.

Hvergelmir

Hvergelmir by Sigurd

Hvergelmir is the bubbling boiling spring in Niflheim, a lake or well full of snakes and serpents, guarded by the dragon Nidhogg.

Mimisbrunnir

Mimisbrunnir by Sigurd

Mimisbrunnir is also called the Well of Mimir, located in Jotunheim where it is the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

Sweden

Sweden by Sigurd

Sweden

Denmark

Denmark by Sigurd

Denmark

Norway

Norway by Sigurd

Norway

Iceland

Iceland by Sigurd

Iceland

Greenland

Greenland by Sigurd

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Finland

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Finland

Newfoundland

Newfoundland by Sigurd

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Ireland by Sigurd

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Andlang

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Andlang is the middle heaven, with mountains reaching higher than Asgard, currently uninhabited at the moment.

Vidblainn

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Vidblainn is the third heaven, the highest and most beautiful of all. Vidblainn has majestic mountains that soar higher than Andlang, and even higher still than Asgard, but only the Ljosálfar inhabits this realm for the time being, ruled by the elven king

Andlang

Andlang is the middle heaven, with mountains reaching higher than Asgard, currently uninhabited at the moment.

Vanaheim

Vanaheim is the realm of the Vanir gods associated with fertility and nature. Vanaheim is located west of Midgard but southeast of Asgard, within the mid-branches of Yggdrasil.

Muspelheim

Muspelheim is the firey southern realm of ash and soot, where Eldheim is located, south of Midgard and Niflheim, where the Eldjotnar or Fire Giants originate.

Jotunheim

Jotunheim is the icey realm of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants and the famous location of their capital Utgard, located directly east of Midgard.

Bilskirnir

Bilskirnir is the famous Lightning Hall, ruled by the mighty Thor and his wife Sif in the realm of Asgard.

Valhalla

Valhalla is the famous Hall of the Slain, ruled over by King Odin in the realm of Asgard, where the Einharjar are chosen and attended by Valkyries.

Helheim

Helheim is the stronghold of the goddess Hel, regarded as the abode of the Nair or dishonorable Dead, located over the river Gjoll in the icey dark realm of Niflheim.

Niflheim

Niflheim is the foggy underworld of snow and mist, where Helheim is located, below Svartalfheim at the very bottom of Yggdrasil's root system.

Asgard

Asgard is the home of the Aesir gods and Ásynjur goddesses, located at the top of Yggdrasil in the heavens above Midgard.

Alfheim

Alfheim is the realm of the Ljosalfar or Light Elves, located somewhere between Asgard and Midgard in the upper branches of Yggdrasil.

Midgard

Midgard is the realm of Humans at the center of Yggdrasil, regarded as the main world where all the action takes place. Humans are born and live in Midgard.

Svartalfheim

Svartalfheim is the realm of the Dwarves and Dokkalfar or Dark Elves, located in the subterranean region below Midgard within the giant hollow trunk of Yggdrasil.

Folkvangir

Folkvangir is the hall of the Valkyries, ruled over by the goddess Freyja in Asgard, where half of the heroic dead are chosen to go when they die.

Utgard

Utgard is the Hall of Loki the trickster, and the stronghold of the Hrimthursir or Frost Giants located in Jotunheim.

Mimisbrunnir

Mimisbrunnir is also called the Well of Mimir, located in Jotunheim where it is the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

Bifrost

Bifrost is the flaming Rainbow Bridge which connects Midgard to Asgard, ending at the hall of Himinbjörg, ruled by Heimdall the bridge keeper.

Gnipahellir

Gnipahellir is the eiry Dark Cave also known as Hel's Gate, where the blood-stained hellhound Garm is always watching.

Urdarbrunnir

Urdarbrunnir is the Well of Urd, but also of Verthandi and Skuld, together called the Norns, and Urdarbrunnir is described as the Lake of Fates.

Hvergelmir

Hvergelmir is the bubbling boiling spring in Niflheim, a lake or well full of snakes and serpents, guarded by the dragon Nidhogg.

Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil is a giant ash tree known as the Cosmic Tree, the universal representation of all the nine realms combined. Yggdrasil symbolizes the Viking universe.

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