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Ballad of Thialfi-- Elven racesHere comes yet another journal about the races of beings in my take on Norse Mythology, The Ballad of Thialfi.
But I must warn you in advance, some of the creatures that I'm about to list in this journal may or may NOT be considered 'native' to Norse Mythology.
This time I'm going to list the Alfar, or Elven, races. Three of them are considered good, one of them is well undecided, the others are pretty much evil. They are the Ljosalfar (Light Elves), the Herralfar (High Elves), Wodealfar (Wood Elves), the Svartalfar (Dark Elves), the Orkalfar (Orcs) and the Dokkalfar (Deep Elves, or rather the Race of Goblins).
Where to start? Ah yes, now I know.
The Ljosalfar-- Also known as the Light Elves, these beings are considered the wisest and the fairest of all beings. They are the lords and masters of their Realm of Alfheim. While peaceful and pacifistic by nature, they are perfectly capable of defending themselves from any and all manner of attack. They prefer to resolve conflicts non-
Ballad of Thialfi-- Divine RacesAs you may have noticed, this journal is about the many different races of beings within my original take on Norse mythology; the Ballad of Thialfi.
I do realize that this may seem a bit much, but I thought maybe I could at least start describing some of the beings who will take part in my take on the Nine Realms.
And where better than to start with the Aesir and Vanir, or the Norse Gods, and their hated enemies or sometimes benevolent allies the Jotnar?
Aesir-- Odin's people, the denizens of Asgard, and the sworn protectors of the Nine Realms, these beings are mainly associated with war and martial virtues. Whilst Odin the Allfather is King of Asgard and all the Gods, and according to many the spiritual father of mankind, he is not the warrior he once was. The new protector of Asgard and the Nine Realms, including Midgard, is Odin's first-born son and heir Thor. Whilst the Aesir are in the head deities, they are not always the most forward thinking of Gods. They live only
LoZ: Link and the Dragon WarThis is sort of my idea for an original Legend of Zelda story...which takes place in the...Breath of the Wild universe...but borrows elements from the Ocarina of Time, a little bit of Hyrule Warriors and the Twilight Princess.
Summary (so far): When a young Hylian teenager from Ordon Village named Link wakes up from a terrible dream of a great black-and-red Dragon laying waste to his village and the Kokiri, he and his newfound Fairy friend Navi, along with a strange Impish creature named Midna travel to Hyrule Castle in search of answers until they come face to face with Princess Zelda daughter of King Rhoam in a battle between good and evil as the dreaded Demon King Ganondorf prepares to unleash the malevolent Dragon of Destruction, Drakar, on all of Hyrule. In order to combat both Ganondorf and Drakar, Link must not only learn to master his fear, but he will also need to earn the respect and comeraderie of a team of unusual companions, win the heart of Princess Zelda herself an