The Weird, The Wyrd, and The Aesir
Odin, called the All-Father, is the supreme deity of the Norse pantheon, by virtue of his great power and even greater wisdom. He crucified himself for nine nights on the World Tree, Yggdrasil, to gain the power of the runes. He bested giants in contests of skill, strength and poetry in the
dawn of the World and fought epic battles with his warrior host across all the nine worlds of the Nordic Overworld. Plucking out his own eye, he gained perfect wisdom. His throne allows him to see all occurrences in all of the nine worlds. Accompanied by two wolves and two ravens and riding an eight legged steed, Odin is a cunning and terrifying enemy.
The only thing he cares about is whether the Aesir survive the final battle with the giants and Titans at the World’s end.