Skuld

Deities - Valkyries

Card 359

  • Valkyries

Valkyries are powerful.

* Although they are portrayed now without wings, sometimes with wings, we choose their definition with wings in our history.

The Valkyries, in our history are warriors, and can be sent to the missions together, without limits of the number of letters.

 

Battle Area:

  1. Water = 00
  2. Earth = 20
  3. Heaven = 35

Attack and Defense

  1. Wisdom = 20
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 35
  3. Powers = 30

  4. Fire = 00

 

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Skuld

Deities - Valkyries 

Skuld (the name possibly means "debt" or "future") is a Norna in Norse mythology. Along with Urðr (Old Norse "destiny") and Verðandi (possibly "happening" or "present"), Skuld becomes one of the three Norns who are described as deciding the fate of people. Skuld appears in at least two poems as a Valkyrie.

In the Prose Edda book by Gylfaginning, Snorri informs the reader that the youngest Norna, Skuld, is in force and is also a Valkyrie, who takes part in the selection of dead warriors:

These are called Valkyrs: they Odin sends for each battle; they determine men's feyness and the prize of victory. Gudr and Róta and the younger Norna, she who is called Skuld, strolls and I decide the fight. "

Story

The word valkyrie derives from the old Norse valkyrja (plural valkyrjur), which is composed of two words; the noun valr (which refers to the dead in battle) and the verb kjósa (meaning "to choose"). Together, they mean "choosing the dead." The old Norse valkyrja is a cognate of the old English wælcyrge. Other terms for valkyries include óskmey (old Norse "desired servant"), appear in the poem Oddrúnargrátr and Óðins meyjar (old Norse "servant of Odin"), appears in Nafnaþulur. Óskmey may be related to the name of Odin Óski (Old Norse, meaning approx. "Ombudsman's wish"), referring to the fact that Odin hosted dead warriors in Valhalla.

The original valkyries were Brunhilda ("battle correspondent"), Sigrun ("rune of victory"), Skogul ("battle"), Prour ("power"), Herfjotur ("war fetter"), Raogrior god "), Gunnr (" battle lance "), Skuld (" that which transforms "), Sigrdrifa (" storm of victory "), Svava, Hrist (" the agitator "), Skeggjold "), Hildr (" battle "), Hlokk (" battle crash "), Goll (" battle cry "), Randgrior (" peace shield "), Reginleif that causes tumult ") and Gondul (" enchanted wand "or" werewolf ").

 

 


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