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== For Odin! For Asgard! ==
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Odin Borson is the second king of [[Asgard]] and arguably the most powerful being in existence. He is a very strict paternal figure to all of the gods, especially his favored son [[Thor]]. Odin and his two brothers planted the world tree, [[Yggdrasill]] on Earth to protect its soon to be inhabitants. He then sent his son Thor to the land of Dwarves to create the first mortals, Aske & Embla, from and Alder and Ash tree. After slaying the giant king Laufey he adopted the now orphaned [[Loki]]. Odin is prone to be more concerned in proving a point than his son's life, often making him an antagonist.

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Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Odin

Aliases
All-Father, Atum-Re, Farma-god, Hanga-god, Hapta-god, Harbard, Infinity, One-Eye, Orrin, Sigtyr, Val-Father, Wad, Woden, Wotan, Wulf the Wanderer

Identity
Believed fictional by general Earth populace

Citizenship
Asgardian

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Journey Into Mystery #85 (1962)

Origin
Journey Into Mystery #97 (1962); Thor Annual #5 (1976); Thor #294 (1980); Thor Annual #11 (1983); Thor #349 (1984)



For Odin! For Asgard!

Odin Borson is the second king of Asgard and arguably the most powerful being in existence. He is a very strict paternal figure to all of the gods, especially his favored son Thor. Odin and his two brothers planted the world tree, Yggdrasill on Earth to protect its soon to be inhabitants. He then sent his son Thor to the land of Dwarves to create the first mortals, Aske & Embla, from and Alder and Ash tree. After slaying the giant king Laufey he adopted the now orphaned Loki. Odin is prone to be more concerned in proving a point than his son's life, often making him an antagonist.


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