Included: Odin, Odin’s Brothers, Odin’s Lovers, Odin’s Marriage, Gullveig, The Other Aesir, Odin’s Divorce, Odin’s Wanderings, Odin’s Sacrifice
Though Asgard, the high fortress of the Aesir, built on the plain of Idovall in the West, was only a wooden set of halls and houses, barely protected by its many walls and fortifications, Odin had already set up his high seat, so that he may watch over all the worlds.
If one were to look at the high king, who now called himself Allfather, as a trophy over the murder of Ymir, it would be easy to see why they called him king. Like all the Aesir he was tall and bright-eyed, but his height, stature, and pale red hair was remarked about by his contemporaries. His greyed-blue eyes always guided spears to their mark, and also found themselves in the direction of the fairest women in the room, without fail. As king of the Aesir and Ljosalfar, gifts and secrets were aplenty, all of which he used as hi