Jormungandr, also called the Midgardsomr, the Midgard Serpent or the World Serpent (Old Norse: Jörmungandr), is a sea serpent of the Norse mythology, and the child of Loki and the giantess Angrboda. Its siblings are Fenrir, a monstrous wolf, and Hel, a female being presiding over the similarly named realm of the dead in Niflheim.
According to legend, Odin tossed Jormungandr into the great ocean that encircles Midgard. The serpent grew so large that he was able to surround the whole world and grasp his own tail so it would sleep on the bottom of the oceans across the whole world. It was said that when he releases, the world will end. It is one of several events that herald the coming of Ragnarök. Odin, accompanied by a giant tried to kill Jormungandr but he failed.
Jormungandr's arch-enemy is the god of thunder Thor and myths have preserved the stories over the instances in which the two meet. The last would be predicted to occur at Ragnarök, when Jormungandr would join the side of chaos with its family and so comes out of the ocean and poison the sky. Thor will kill Jormungandr and then walk nine paces before falling dead, having been poisoned by the serpent's venom.
A two-handed sword created by upgrading Tyrfing through synthesis. When Loki, Fenrir or Hel's friendship level is above Linked by Fate, Loki gives a 40% magic based effect, Fenrir gives a 40% ice based effect and Hel a 40% ice based effect.
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"A colossal demon living in the sea, who just keeps growing and growing."