Freyur

Freyur

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Freyur (aka Frea or Ing in Ethelland) – NG – God of agriculture, fertility, the harvest, and the sun – Domains: Air, Glory, Good, Plant, Sun – Weapon: Greatsword – Clerics may be of any Good alignment – Symbol: Phallus, antler, or greatsword

Epithets and Bynames: Argudh (“Harvest-God”), Bjartur (“Bright”), Bodfrodhur (“Battle-wise”), Fegjafa (“Wealth-giver”), Frodhi, Ing, Mattug (“Mighty”), Nytum (“Providing”), Yngvi

Associations: Son of Njordhur, Brother of Freyja, Husband of the giant-maid Gerdhur (known as Gearde in Ethelland, for whom he traded his sword to her father Skirnir), Master of the golden boar Gullinbursti (“Golden-bristled”), Captain of the ship Skidhbladnir

Freyur was one of the hostages sent by the Vanir to dwell as a hostage among the Aesir at the end of their primordial war. He appears as an extremely handsome human or elven man, usually armed with a greatsword. He is a god of horses and the boar, and those animals are symbols of his.

Freyur

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