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The Norse Gods (北欧の神々, Hokuō no kamigami) are the gods that rule over of Norse mythology with Vidar as its current leader.

SummaryEdit

The Norse Gods have been active since ancient times where Odin became the ruler of Asgard, as well the leader of the Norse Gods and Valkyries, and he gave away his left eye to the Mímisbrunnr. One of the gods, Loki wanted to start Ragnarök to bring an end to the Norse Gods. After the death of God of the Bible and the threats of the Khaos Brigade, Odin and the Norse Gods decided to form an alliance with the Three Factions.

When the DxD team was formed, Azazel told Vali that Odin planned to take him as a adopted son to help pardon his and his team crimes for working with the Khaos Brigade, thus making him a adoptive member of the Odin family. When the Trihexa awoken and began its rampage by attacking every mythological worlds, Odin and the six other major gods from Norse mythology sealed themselves at the Isolation Barrier Field to contain Trihexa.

Odin’s third son Vidar became the new chief-god of Norse mythology after his father and his two older brothers Thor and Baldur sealed themselves to fight against Trihexa. The higher-ups of Norse made arrangements for Vidar to marry Odin’s former assistant, Rossweisse. In the marriage interview, Vidar was accompanied by the goddess maids that served the Odin family, Fulla, Hlin, Gná and the Chief Valkyrie Brynhildr.

Known Norse GodsEdit

Known members of the Norse Gods include

Name Rank Information
Odin Former Chief-God of the Norse The former leader of the Gods and Asgard in Norse mythology and the father of Vidar, Thor, and Baldur. He is a very powerful God who wields the legendary spear, Gungnir in battle. He also formed an alliance with the leaders of the Three Factions because of the threats of the Khaos Brigade.
Vidar Current Chief-God of the Norse The God of Vengeance and the youngest son of Odin, and the younger brother of Thor and Baldur. He is the only Norse God that Fenrir fears, due to his reputation of being the Fenrir Eater. Because of Odin and his brothers enter the Isolation Barrier Field to fight against Trihexa, Vidar was chosen to become the new chief-god of the Norse.
Loki Evil God of Norse Mythology The Evil God of the Norse mythology and the father of Fenrir, Midgardsormr, and Hel. He tried to kill Odin because of his association with the Three Factions and wanted to start Ragnarök, but he was defeated by the combined efforts of Issei, Akeno, and Baraqiel.
Thor God of Thunder The God of Thunder and the son of Odin. While he hasn’t appeared in any volumes, the replica version of his legendary weapon Mjolnir was used to assist the Gremory and Vali teams against Loki. Thor is one of the major Norse Gods who joined the battle against Trihexa, together with his father and his older brother Baldur.
Freyr God of Sacral Kingship The God of Sacral Kingship. He briefly appeared in Volume 4, discussing with Odin about the death of the God of the Bible and the current leaders of the Three Factions: Sirzechs, Michael, and Azazel.
Baldur God of Beauty The God of Beauty and the eldest son of Odin, and the older of Thor and Vidar. He was mentioned by Vidar that he joined Odin and Thor in the Isolation Barrier Field to fight against Trihexa.
Hel Ruler of Niflheim The daughter of Loki and the younger sister of Fenrir and Midgardsormr. She is the ruler of Niflheim and was strictly monitored by the Norse Gods because of Loki’s actions.
Gna N/A She is one of the goddess maids serving the Odin family. Gna briefly appeared during the marriage interview between Vidar and Rossweisse, while also giving a strict expression.
Fulla N/A She is one of the goddess maids serving the Odin family. Fulla briefly appeared during the marriage interview between Vidar and Rossweisse, while also giving a strict expression.
Hlin N/A She is one of the goddess maids serving the Odin family. Hlin briefly appeared during the marriage interview between Vidar and Rossweisse, while also giving a strict expression.

Locations Edit

Asgard Edit

The domain of the Aesir Gods, where the majority of the of the Asgardians live. It is stated that Asgard is the most advanced society in terms of magic knowledge as the knowledge in magic determines the status of the individual. The Half-Gods that live there create and polish their unique magic, techniques, and tradition, that had been passed through their family where they have those aspects being carried on to the next generation as their priority. And they use that as the symbol to represent the inheritor when they have the generation change where they carve the emblem into their body and soul as each heir of the family inherits the symbol from their predecessor. The realm is ruled by the Asgardian Gods, namely the Chief God; which formerly Odin and later his successor, Vidar. Asgard came under attack by Qlippoth during the Evil Dragon War, but with the assistance of Team DxD and the Hindu Gods, the residents of Asgard were able to repel the invasion.

Thor Stadium Edit

A huge stadium in a corner of Valhalla. At the entrance is a statue of Thor, the God of Thunder with Mjolnir. During the “Azazel Cup” preliminary round, a match was held between Team Red Dragon Emperor of the Blazing Truth and Team Leisure of the Kings. The stadium contains a replica of the World Tree; Yggdrasil, as it serves as the battlefield for team that compete in the match using the Yggdrasil Climb Rating Game rules. It also has several floating island surrounding it which can serve as footholds for participants to battle.

TriviaEdit

  • Despite not originating from Asgard or even the Norse Mythology, Vali Lucifer is considered as a prince of Asgard due to him being adopted by Odin following the Vampire Civil War, being counted as one of Odin's children and stepbrother of Thor and Vidar.
  • In Volume 21, the Norse World is described as making up three levels, the lowest ones being the Realm of the Dead and the Icy Region, Niflheim, and the highest one being Asgard where the gods reside.
  • Thor is the only Norse God to be placed among the Top-10 Strongest Beings in the World.

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