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“I told you I would tell you my names. This is what they call me. I'm called Glad-of-War, Grim, Raider, and Third. I am One-Eyed. I am called Highest, and True-Guesser. I am Grimnir, and I am the Hooded One. I am All-Father, and I am Gondlir Wand-Bearer. I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. My ravens are Huginn and Muninn, Thought and Memory; my wolves are Freki and Geri; my horse is the gallows."

Odin in the Moonlit World[]

Odin is the God of the Norse Pantheon and a major power in the Moonlit World. A former teacher of the original Merlin, his current host body is Donar Vadderung; CEO and head of Monoc Security. Other identities he takes is 'Mr. Wednesday': Con man and wanderer and Kringle or Santa Claus among the Winter Court of Fae.

Monoc Security is the current incarnation of the Nordic Pantheon of Gods.

Powers and Abilities[]

I know a charm that can cure pain and sickness, and lift the grief from the heart of the grieving.

I know a charm that will heal with a touch.

I know a charm that will turn aside the weapons of an enemy.

I know another charm to free myself from all bonds and locks.

A fifth charm: I can catch an arrow in flight and take no harm from it.

A sixth: spells sent to hurt me will hurt only the sender.

A seventh charm I know: I can quench a fire simply by looking at it.

An eighth: if any man hates me, I can win his friendship.

A ninth: I can sing the wind to sleep and calm a storm for long enought to bring a ship to shore.

For a tenth charm, I learned to dispel witches, to spin them around in the skies so that they will never find their way back to their own doors again.

An eleventh: if I sing it when a battle rages it can take warriors through the tumult unscathed and unhurt, and bring them safely back to their hearths and their homes.

A twelfth charm I know: if I see a hanged man I can bring him down from the gallows to whisper to us all he remembers.

A thirteenth: if I sprinkle water on a child’s head, that child will not fall in battle.

A fourteenth: I know the names of all the gods. Every damned one of them.

A fifteenth: I had a dream of power, of glory, and of wisdom, and I can make people believe in my dreams.

A sixteenth charm I know: if I need love I can turn the mind and heart of any woman.

A seventeenth, that no woman I want will ever want another.

And I know an eighteenth charm, and that charm is the greatest of all, and that charm I can tell to no man, for a secret that no one know but you is the most powerful secret there can ever be.

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