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  • noun Norse mythology the spirits of warriors who died bravely in battle

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  • For five hundred years the immortal Children of the Light, einherjar and valkyrie, have lived together in the North of Valdyrgard.

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  • The einherjar await The Lady to serve and yet they also await the All-Father.

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  • Mingan is feared by all the einherjar and valkyrie with the exception of Strifbjorn.

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  • But three have come before them, from the death-throes of the old world, Midgard: the world-girdling Serpent, Bearer of Burdens; the Wolf Fenris, eater of the Sun, who now takes the form of an einherjar; and his demon sister, stealer of souls.

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  • For five hundred years the immortal Children of the Light, einherjar and valkyrie, have lived together in the North of Valdyrgard.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • For five hundred years the immortal Children of the Light, einherjar and valkyrie, have lived together in the North of Valdyrgard.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • But three have come before them, from the death-throes of the old world, Midgard: the world-girdling Serpent, Bearer of Burdens; the Wolf Fenris, eater of the Sun, who now takes the form of an einherjar; and his demon sister, stealer of souls.

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  • For five hundred years the immortal Children of the Light, einherjar and valkyrie, have lived together in the North of Valdyrgard.

    Books in the Mail (W/E 10/24/2009)

  • But three have come before them, from the death-throes of the old world, Midgard: the world-girdling Serpent, Bearer of Burdens; the Wolf Fenris, eater of the Sun, who now takes the form of an einherjar; and his demon sister, stealer of souls.

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  • But three have come before them, from the death-throes of the old world, Midgard: the world-girdling Serpent, Bearer of Burdens; the Wolf Fenris, eater of the Sun, who now takes the form of an einherjar; and his demon sister, stealer of souls.

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