“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 Edit

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 Edit

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.