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Odin is the god of storms and king of the gods in Norse folklore. Encouraging viking behavior such as combat, determination, rivalry and family values. Odin is one of the more notable gods of yore, because of the mass influence of vikings on Europe and northern Asia, as such he has been absorbed by popular culture in a variety of ways. Most portray Odin as a paragon of battle while also noble and wise.
- Odin (mythology): King of Asgard in the original Norse theology.
- Odin (Marvel): Father of Thor, one of the central heroes of Marvel.
- Odin Borson: Father of Thor and Loki in the Marvel cinematic universe
- Odin Borson (2010s Marvel Animated Universe):Father of Thor and Loki in the Marvel animated movies.
- Odin (Phantasy Star I)
- Odin (Samurai Jack): One of three great gods of old who undid Aku's hold over existance and forged Samurai Jack's sword to finish Aku off.
- Odin (Saint Seiya): Symbol of a rival clan, long dead, but who went down fighting.
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