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#170 - dizzybreeze
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(06/27/2013) [-]
Fenrir - Tyr's pet
Slepnir - Odin's stead
Jormungaard - Untameable serpent. Thor has been close to catching it several times but his plans has been foiled by a troll or other.

Source: I AM ******* DANISH!
#386 to #170 - anon
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Fenrir is not Tyr's pet.
Sleipnir is indeed Odin's stead
Jormungaard is tameable, but only by the "bad guys" (Jætter, what is it called in english?)

Source: I'm ******* a Danish
#416 to #386 - freespeech
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#235 to #170 - Pestilence
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I'm fairly certain Jormungaard killed Thor.
#181 to #170 - freespeech
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#403 to #181 - dizzybreeze
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The Wolf was getting too big. So the Gods decided to put it in chains. But the wolf was aware that something was off and demanded that a God would put his arm in his mouth. Tyr was the only one who was brave enough to do so. They succesfully chained up the Fenrir but Tyr lost his arm.
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#185 to #181 - tylosaurus
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Tyr didn't sacrifice his arm.
My knowledge is a bit rusty, but I think Loki mocked Tyr and dared him to stick his arm in Fenrir's mouth.
#212 to #185 - neoexdeath ONLINE
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It was a sign of trust to Fenrir, and when they bound him up, he bit off Tyr's hand.
#213 to #212 - tylosaurus
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(06/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, that.
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#176 to #170 - sackit ONLINE
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(06/27/2013) [-]
Is Jormundaard the snake that keeps the earth togheter?
#178 to #176 - dizzybreeze
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(06/27/2013) [-]
No. It is a snake that keeps growing bigger and bigger until it ultimately consumes the world (Ragnarok).
#261 to #178 - anon
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Not that I mean to argue with you, but wasn't Jormungand known as the World Serpent because he grew large enough to encircle the world and grab his own tail (which kept the world together), and when he let go, the world would end (Ragnarok). Incidentally, he lets go when he is slain by Thor, at which point he poisons the sky and kills Thor in the process, setting in motion the beginning of the end?
#188 to #178 - sackit ONLINE
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Oh my teacher said that there was a snake who kept the "human world" midgard togheter(Midgardsormen)

So what is jormungard then? what is his story? tell me. i just love norse mythology.
#376 to #188 - anon
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(06/28/2013) [-]
(Midgardsormen = The Snake of Midgard)
(More or less anyway.)
#173 to #170 - jackisawsm
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Plus Slepnir, doesn't her name refer to hell, And she was the keeper of hell, Correct?
#172 to #170 - jackisawsm
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Well, Jormungaard was killed by Thor, But in doing so, Jormungaard poisoned Thor, killed him, then ended the world, Because Jormungaard was the serpent that wrapped himself around the world and when we stopped biting his tale, Ragnarok would unfold, Also didn't Fenrir kill Odin? I kinda read up on this...
#175 to #172 - dizzybreeze
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I am trying to refrain from Ragnarok since ragnarok hasn't been hit yet during the movie "Avengers" Which means that Thor is alive and ODin is also alive since he was in the movie Thor.
It is foretold that Fenrir will kill Odin during ragnarok. But Fenrir have already taken Tyr's arm. Tyr stuck his arm into the wolves mouth in order to proove that the animal was harmless. Jokes on him.
#177 to #175 - jackisawsm
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Ah, I love Norse mythology, I'd believe it before Christianity.
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#399 to #231 - jackisawsm
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Ah ha, So true, May the gods be good to you sir.