This page is about the character Suttungr in the game Assassin's Creed Valhalla. Read on to learn more about this character's role in AC Valhalla, along with their codex entry.
|When the two treacherous dwarves murdered Suttungr's parents, he set out to avenge them. In exchange for sparing their lives, the dwarves offered him a magical Mead, which he hid in a vault inside the mountain Hnitbjorg. Along with hid daughter Gunlodr, he guarded it jealously, until one day, Odin came looking for it...
Many legends have a nugget of fact at the heart, even if the tale itself is fantastical. The Mead, inparticular, seems a metaphor for something else. Equally, Suttungr may be a representation of some powerful ruler from unrecorded Norse history. Note to self: investigate further.
|Eivor||Sigurd Styrbjornson||Basim Ibn Ishaq|
|Aelfred||Ivarr and Ubba||Randvi|
|Rued||Brothir and Broder||Oswald|
|Ratatoskr||The Lost Drengir of Ragnar Lothbrok||The Daughters of Lerion|
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