A to Z Challenge – M is for Midgard

As part of the A to Z Challenge for the month of April. I’m posting about my Valkyrie world. I will try to present elements of the world without being too spoilerific 😉

So today is the letter which stands for Midgard and Muspellheim

Midgard 

In Norse mythology the realms are divided into Nine home worlds for the different races. Of them, Midgard is the human world, and the one in which the gods have had the most influence.

Within the Valkyrie Seroes, a number of important characters come from Midgard ie Bryn and her Craven Team, and many of the Warriors and Valkyries. Bryn and the modern Midgardians have the opportunity to meet others originally from their world who entered the Nine Realms sometimes hundreds of years before.

Muspellheim

Muspell, or Muspellheim, is one of the underworlds, and the home of the Nidhogg and the Surtr – the dragon and the fire giant.

In this series I have made them both races of people instead of individuals.

*SPOILER ALERT* 

so Bal, the fire giant is Bryn’s nemesis, and Steinn, the dragon kind, Tyra, his mother, and Suri his daughter, all become good friends of Bryn.


So come back tomorrow for N is for Nidhogg
For the rest of the alphabet see below:

A is for Armor |   B is for Blood  |  C is for Creatures  |  D is for Dwarfs  | E is for Einherjar  |  F is for Fenrir  | G is for Gungnir | H is for Huldra  |  I for Impossible  |  J for Jotunn  | K for Knowledge | L is for Loki  


The Valkyrie Novels – Norse Fantasy Series

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