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Gods forbid. We never do anything stupid. Like that late-night pizza run to Santarpio's. That never happened.

Mallory Keen hinting at the exits to Midgard, the Sword of Summer

Midgard is home to humans, one of the mortal races. It is one of the Nine Worlds.

Description

Midgard is where the human race resides. Occasionally, other beings from the other worlds may break in, like frost or fire giants. Thor protects the humans from these threats with his mighty hammer.

Boston, which is in Midgard, is the very center of it. Boston is also right at the trunk of the World Tree. It has a nexus that can enable to people to travel freely through the Nine Worlds. The specific nexus is the collection of duck statues, which can allow people to travel through the worlds.

The einherjar are not usually permitted to escape to Midgard, but they can often find ways in and out of Valhalla, with or without permission. Once in Midgard, einherjar retain their inhuman strength and battle skill. But they can die a permanent death. They most likely will be sent to dissolve in Ginnunagap, or to Helheim, where they spend an eternity of misery.

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard

The Sword of Summer

Magnus Chase has lived in Midgard in the city of Boston his whole entire life until he dies at age 16. After escaping Hotel Valhalla using a recycling exit to stop Ragnarök, he ends up back in Midgard. Throughout the book, he travels through the worlds and makes several stops in Midgard, primarily to find his father's sword.

The Hammer of Thor

Magnus and his friends frequently visit Midgard instead of solely staying in the afterlife.They dwell in Boston, then in Provincetown during their quest to conquer the wights. Samirah's wedding is also hosted in the realm of the humans, in Bridal Veil Falls.

The Ship of the Dead

For a brief time, Magnus and Alex visited Midgard to explore Randolph's manor. There they find clues on how to defeat Loki. Later, Magnus and his crew sailed through the seas of the human world on their sea voyage. They stopped by Flåm, Norway, the UK, and York. They meet several mythical entities in Midgard, such as Frigg. Later, Magnus changes the old family manor to the Chase Space, a home for the homeless children.

9 from the Nine Worlds

This Is Why I Hate Clothes Shopping

Amir Fadlan comes to Blitzen’s Best where he is almost kidnapped by Stan and was nearly used as the dark sorcerer‘s personal ATM for eternity.

Trivia

  • Midgard is technically the only one of the nine worlds to appear in the other series's.
Locations (MC)
Nine Worlds: Alfheim | Asgard | Helheim | Jotunheim | Midgard | Muspellheim | Nidavellir | Niflheim | Vanaheim
Cities and Towns: Boston | Flåm | New London | Provincetown | York
Administrative Divisions: Connecticut | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | North Yorkshire | Sogn og Fjordane | South Carolina
Countries: Confederate States of America | Norway | United Kingdom (England) | United States of America
Continents: Europe | North America
Other Locations: Alderman Estate | Bifrost | Blitzen’s Best | Boston Public Library | Bridal Veil Falls | Cape Cod | Charles River | Charleston Harbor | Chase Mansion | Dorchester | Fadlan’s Falafel | Folkvanger | Fort Wagner | Ginnungagap | Hotel Valhalla | Loki’s Cavern | Longfellow Bridge | Lyngvi | Morris Island | Nabbi's Tavern | Provincetown Airport | River Oure | Sessrumnir | Svartalfheim | The Thinking Cup | Yggdrasil
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