Situated high above the other worlds in the canopy of Yggdrasil, the Aesir make their home in the realm of Asgard. Consisting primarily of Odin, Thor, Tyr, Frigg, Baldur, and Hiemdal, these gods represent a variety of ideals such as war, justice, wisdom, poetry, and hunting.
Odin the All Father, King of the Aesir, inquisitive traveler, Father of the Gods and discoverer of the Runes.
Thor, son of Odin and Jord, god of Strength, Thunder, and the protector of mankind.
The shining and beloved son of Odin and Frigg, his soul bound to Hel until the coming of Ragnarok.
Goddess of justice, honor and oaths, as well as handmaiden to the All-mother, Frigg.
Handmaiden to Frigg, and protector of Frigg's chosen.
Son of Baldur, husband to Nanna, and god of justice and order.
Born from the saliva of the Aesir and Vanir, gifted with knowledge.
God of archery, hunting and winter.
The All-Mother, wife of Odin, Queen of the Aesir and mother of Baldur and Hodr.
Týr, son of Odin, god justice and lord of the air and sky.
Blind son of Odin and Frigg, unwitting slayer of his brother, Baldr.
The silent one, son of Odin and lord of vengeance.
The skilled Aesir bard with a runed tongue.
The great watchman of the Aesir, guardian of Bifröst.
Innocent goddess of youth, life and spring.
The golden haired wife of Thor.