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Einherjar (pronounced "in-HAIR-e-yar"; singular einherji, pronounced "in-HAIR-yee") are great heroes who have died with bravery on Earth; soldiers in Odin's eternal army; they train in Valhalla for Ragnarök, when the bravest of them will join Odin against Loki and the giants in the battle at the end of the world. Einherjar live in Hotel Valhalla, where they train on a daily basis for Ragnarök. They don't age after they have been brought to Valhalla and cannot be permanently killed while there, as they are resurrected a few hours after they are killed.

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Magnus Chase and friends, the main einherjar of floor 19.

Known Einherjar

Honorary Einherjar

If an individual has done a great deed for the Nine Worlds they can become honorary Einharjar if the manager finds them worthy. They can come and go from the hotel as they please, but they do not have rooms and can not be resurrected if killed. They are given white hard hats to symbolize their status.

Known Honorary Einherjar

Abilities

  • Enhanced Strength: Einherjar have increased strength from when they where alive.
  • Einherjar Immortality - While within Hotel Valhalla, einherjar cannot die, but will be resurrected after gaining a mortal wound.
  • Enhanced Agility: Einherjar are more agile than when they were alive.
  • Hebekinesis: Due to technically being dead, Einherjar can not age.

Trivia

  • According to some myths, Einherjar have a golden aura that can only be seen by valkyries.
  • Although both Norse demigods and mortals can become Einherjar, it is unknown if demigods from other Pantheons or magicians from the House of Life can become Einherjar as well, though it is highly doubtful since the other pantheons would presumably have a more direct claim over their souls than the Norse Gods would.

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  • What if Hearth died and became an Einherji?

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    • What I see a lot when it comes healing is cognitive. If a injure or a disability becomes a part of you it, it is thought it is a part of y...
    • That makes sense. I just, idk, my imagination does get the best of me.
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