Váli

To Norse Gods

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Váli, holding a bow, travelling through a forest. Published in 1882.Wägner, Wilhelm. 1882. Nordisch-germanische Götter und Helden. Otto Spamer, Leipzig & Berlin. Page 263. Carl Emil Doepler (1824-1905)

Váli, holding a bow, travelling through a forest. Published in 1882.Wägner, Wilhelm. 1882. Nordisch-germanische Götter und Helden. Otto Spamer, Leipzig & Berlin. Page 263. Carl Emil Doepler (1824-1905)

Váli is a son of the god Odin and the giantess Rindr. He was birthed for the sole purpose of killing Höðr as revenge for Höðr's accidental murder of his half-brother, Balder. He grew to full adulthood within one day of his birth, and slew Höðr. Váli is fated to survive Ragnarök.

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To Norse Gods

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