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Logi the Norse fire giant

Loki and Logi: Two Different Characters in Norse Myth

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Upon the journey to Utgard-Loki with Thor god of thunder and storm, Loki joined an eating contest with Logi the giant. And from this detail, many scholar assume that Loki and Logi was an identical figure.

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Loki's punishment

How Did Gods Punish Loki?

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Loki killed Odin's son. And all the gods wanted to do was to punish this traitor. But no one would ever think that this punishment was the last straw for Loki and he decided to trigger off Ragnarok to revenge.

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Why the Gods Punished Loki?

Why the Gods Punished Loki?

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There was only one time in Norse mythology that the gods decided to punish the trickster. And this time was the only one ending the relationship between Loki and the Gods.

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Ullr was the step son of Thor in norse mythology. He was the son of Sif the Bride of Thor. Although Ullr is not a famous name of god, in the past he must have had a position of importance

Ullr: Step Son of Thor, Obscure God of Glory

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Ullr was the son of Sif the Bride of Thor in Norse mythology. He was among the most important gods in Norse mythology. But the scholars believed that by the time that Norse mythology was written down by the next generation, the importance of Ullr was decreased.

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Gullinbursti: Golden Boar of Fertility and Summer

Gullinbursti: Golden Boar of Fertility and Summer

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In Norse mythology, Freyr the God of fertility and summer had a gold-shining boar named Gullinbursti. Obscure as he might be in the modern time, Gullinbursti was the symbol of fertility and abundance.

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