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Frey is a very powerful god in Asgard, even if he is originally a Vanir (enemies of the ruling Aesirs). He was traded along with his father and sister as a hostage in the Aesir-Vanir war. In the end, the Aesir gods were so impressed with him that they gave him Alfheim, the realm of the elves, as a little reward. He’s got the inhabitants of Middle-Earth in the palm of his hand, too: they pray to him for good crop yields, fair weather, and fertility. On top of that, Frey has the sweetest rides you’ve ever seen, both of them dwarvish-crafted. One, Skiðblaðnir, is a ship that always goes the right way, and bonus, folds up to fit inside your pocket. The other is a shiny boar, Gullinbursti, that’s big enough to ride. Frey is best known for pursuing the giantess Gerðr and pretty much forcing her to marry him. Not the most stand-up guy in the cosmos, that's for sure.
Freyr, Frey-Frey, Fraidycat, F Sharp
God of Fertility, Pleasure, and Weather
School of Love, baby
Njord and Njord’s sister (the apple doesn't fall far from the tree)
My twin sister Freyja (yep, you get two of us!)
A son, Fjolne (RIP)
My faithful servants Skirnir, Byggvir, and Beyla
The fire-giant Surtr, who will kill me at Ragnarok
Married to the giantess Gerðr
"Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs."
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
Baby, I Love Your Way by Big Mountain
My magic fold-up ship, Skiðblaðnir
Giantesses who play hard to get