The Aesir
Communications Officer

Frey is a communications officer and diplomat in charge of forging peaceful relations with baseline humans and regulating foreign affairs. Frey is the brother of Freya and speaks in a peaceful and logical tone when delegating affairs. He is voiced by Dave Wittenberg.

Norse Mythology Hermod Edit

Frey is the god of sun and rain, and the patron of bountiful harvests. He is both a god of peace and a brave warrior. He is also the ruler of the elves. Freyr is the most prominent and most beautiful of the male members of the Vanir, and is called 'God of the World'. After the merging of the Aesir and the Vanir, Freyr was called 'Lord of the Aesir'. Freyr was also called upon to grant a fertile marriage.

He is married to the beautiful giantess Gerd, and is the son of Njord. His sister is Freya. He rides a chariot pulled by the golden boar Gullinbursti which was made for him by the dwarves Brokk and Eitri. He owns the ship Skidbladnir ("wooden-bladed"), which always sails directly towards its target, and which can become so small that it can fit in Freyr's pocket. He also possesses a sword that would by itself emerge from its sheath and spread a field with carnage whenever the owner desired it.

Freyr's shield bearer and servant is Skirnir, to whom he gave his sword, which Skirnir demanded as a reward for making Gerd his wife. On the day of Ragnarok he will battle without weapons (for he gave his sword away to Skirnir), and will be the first to be killed by the fire giant Surt. The center of his cult was the city Uppsala in Sweden. In southern Sweden he was called Fricco.

"Freyr" Encyclopedia Mythica from Encyclopedia Mythica Online. <> Accessed May 21, 2008

Physical Description and PersonalityEdit

Frey is a level-headed and peace-seeking member of the Aesir who only wishes to uphold his duty as a protector of humanity. After the betrayal of a group of humans who were loyal to Loki and their bravery in the face of death at the hands of his fellow Aesir, Frey began to heavily doubt the decisions made by his colleagues and feels that they have forsaken their identity as protectors while embracing the role of despots. He was the only member of the Aesir that was outspoken in his opposition of attacking Helheim due to the forces of Hel posing no aggression to the forces of the Aesir and only being guilty of harboring Loki.