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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)

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