“At least let me—-“
“I want to be your sword!”
A goddess from Norse mythology, a proud maiden.
A boy who aspire 「Justice」
“What I desire is a fight with a strong person.
it doesn’t matter how many people, skills or specialized weapon there are.
I will crush you with all of my power!”
Representative God of Japanese Mythology
One was a red-haired boy.
In his hand is a curved sword with a warped blade.
The slash released from the sword was awfully fast and refine.
Like a dance.
Every time he moves, a magnificent storm of attacks sweeps over.
With a swing of his sword, it slices anything it touches, the wall and rubble in an instant.
Each and every strike shows the expert’s field of expertise
On the receiving end was a black-haired girl.
Wearing a violent smile on her face, she chased the boy while bloods is splashing all over.
Compared to the curved sword the boy is holding, that weapon is unusually brusque and the tip is chipped.
She can’t use 「thrust」like this.
Although she would be at a tremendous disadvantage in a fight between swords but she didn’t care.
Protecting oneself is also the bare minimum.
While cuts are appearing on that skin in succession, she let it slide regardless.
A swing from that sword doesn’t suit that thin arm but rather a strong one.
“You saw that, Raika-kun? I have shown you something embarrassing………”
Brynhildr’s Divine Compatibility User. By the power of Raika’s Evil Eye, her personality and divinity are separated.
“It is pleasantly refreshing to be toyed by a competent man that I approved of. So how do you feel? Do you still feel nothing after seeing this?”
Freyja, the representative god of Norse mythology is being 『dominated』by Raika.
“Anyway Apollo, keep that in mind with regards to the alliance with Raika and the others.”
The class president—-what is her true identity?
“…………..Humans are still stupid after all.”
“I can see the amount of sin your soul is bearing.”
“I don’t want to talk about human stupidity with a god——-hurry up and die.”
A boy who possesses the Balor’s power of the Evil eyes, vows to take revenge on the gods.
The most famous goddess in Norse mythology. Although she originally doesn’t a divinity suitable for combat, but has several divine votive objects to aid her sorcery like Red Fairy Necklace* and Raiment of Falcon’s feathers, furthermore her ability as the Queen of war maidens and the summoning system of the war spirit palace Fólkvangr* for instance, is also remarkable and has no weak point aside from her close combat skills. She is being manifested on Earth as an omnipotent goddess specialized in magical warfare.
In the pantheon where the gods display their authority, she is primarily remembered as the god of Fertility. However, other than war and death, she governs many aspects such as beauty, magic. This shows that she is a powerful goddess that has taken in several divinity. Freyja is also a sexually out-of-controlled goddess to an extend which was ridiculed by Loki for saying “She has done it with every god at once.” But that is also an episode that clearly narrates her love and generosity and she always scatter lots of love around her.
Red Fairy Necklance
Brísingamen*. A treasured item forged by Dvergrs. It functions as a boost for a limitless reserve of magic.
Raiment of Falcon’s feathers
Raising the status of her speed to a class A, it grants her the constant skill of 『Flight』. It also functions as a strong class C magic barrier. Although it is plain, but it is a great compatibility with Frejya who specializes in long-ranged magical battles.
Gullveig* (Golden Power) is one of the alias Frejya had. In terms of magic, Frejya is a no less powerful than Odin, but she particularly have a good affinity with gold. She solely used it to fire it as a sword in battle but it’s form is unlimited.
Queen of the Valkyrie
Frejya’s personal skill. Able to summon her subordinates Valkyries from the divine realm to Earth. Requires a human body as a vessel when summoned.
Fólkvangr’s spirit palace.
It is Frejya’s residence as well as a house for the spirits-of-war. Although it is equivalent to Valhalla, but because she has the rights to choose the spirits before the Supreme Deity Odin, only among the best of heroes gets to live in her mansion.
Her 『Regalia』allows her to summon all of those spirits to Earth. Her military force exceeds ten thousand and even though they are all at the bottom rank of the power structure, their combined force is able to reach that of a full-fledged god. She is able to control those spirits on her own free will.
TL: In Norse mythology, Gullveig is a being who was speared by the Æsir, burnt three times, and yet thrice reborn. Upon her third rebirth, Gullveig’s name becomes Heiðr and she is described as a knowledgeable and skillful völva. Gullveig/Heiðr is solely attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional material.
Gullveig/Heiðr is solely attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional material. Scholars have variously proposed that Gullveig/Heiðr is the same figure as the goddess Freyja, that Gullveig’s death may have been connected to corruption by way of gold among the Æsir, and/or that Gullveig’s treatment by the Æsir may have led to the Æsir–Vanir War.
TL: Fólkvangr is a meadow or field ruled over by the goddess Freyja where half of those that die in combat go upon death, whilst the other half go to the god Odin in Valhalla.
TL: In Norse mythology, Brísingamen (or Brísinga men) is the torc or necklace of the goddess Freyja. The name is an Old Norse compound brísinga-men whose second element is men “(ornamental) neck-ring (of precious metal), torc”.