Asgard (altnord. Ásgarðr – „Heim der Asen“), auch als Asgaard bezeichnet, ist der Wohnort des Göttergeschlechts der Asen in der nordischen Mythologie. Es hat. Trotz ihrer Furcht begaben sie sich auf den Weg nach Asgard, denn das Schicksal der Götterwelt, das wussten sie, wog schwerer als ihre Angst vor Strafe. Asgard ist sowohl nach der Edda des Snorri Sturluson als auch nach der Lieder-Edda der Wohnort des Göttergeschlechts der Asen. Über die Regenbogenbrücke Bifröst ist Asgard mit Midgard verbunden. Asgard wird in den Grimnismál, dem zweiten.
Asgard [Welt] – Teil der neun Welten»Die neun Welten sind Asgard, Vanaheim, Lichtalbenheim, Midgard, Jötunheim, Muspellsheim, Schwarzalbenheim, Niflheim und Helheim«, antwortete Odin. Asgard (altnord. Ásgarðr – „Heim der Asen“), auch als Asgaard bezeichnet, ist der Wohnort des Göttergeschlechts der Asen in der nordischen Mythologie. Es hat. Asgard war eine der neun Welten des Weltenbaums. Die Asen, die dort leben, sehen genauso aus wie.
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Thor restores Odin to the throne when the nine realms are invaded by "the World Eaters". During the " Original Sin " storyline, it is revealed that there is a Tenth Realm in Asgard called Heven that is inhabited by Angels.
It was cut off from the rest of the realms following the Angels' attack on Asgard which led to the apparent death of an infant Angela.
Asgard later established the Congress of Worlds which consists of the representatives of the Nine Realms.
Although they look human, all Asgardians possess certain superhuman physical attributes. They are extremely long-lived though not purely immortal like their Olympian counterparts , aging at an extremely slow rate upon reaching adulthood through the periodic consumption of the golden apples of Idunn.
Asgardian flesh and bone is three times denser than similar human tissue, contributing to their superhuman strength and weight.
An average Asgardian male can lift 30 tons Asgardians are immune to all terrestrial diseases and resistant to conventional injury however this resilience seems relatively incapable of defeating the zombie plague in Earth that affects even Asgardians.
The metabolism of the Asgardians gives them superhuman stamina in all physical activities. Demons are beings of fire and tend to be about the same stature as the Asgardians.
Dwarves are smaller in stature than the Asgardians, and have short, stocky bodies. Their average height is four feet 1. Elves vary greatly in size from four to eight feet 1.
They tend toward slender bodies and proportionately longer limbs. The dark elves tend to be darker in color than the light elves. Both types have natural proclivity towards magic.
Giants are basically humanoid in appearance and color although they tend toward the neanderthalic in body and bone structure.
Their most distinguishing feature is their height. The average giant is twenty feet 6 meters tall, although some may reach thirty feet 9.
On occasion giants will produce stunted offspring who look similar to the Asgardians. Loki and the Executioner are both children of giants despite their diminutive six or seven foot 1.
Trolls are the least human-looking of the denizens of Asgard, possessing body characteristics that are almost simian.
Trolls are stocky and massive, have thick body hair almost fur and tend toward a ruddy orange color. They are on average taller than the Asgardians but shorter than giants, around seven feet 2.
Trolls tend to be extremely strong, stronger than the average Asgardian, dwarf or elf and on par with giants. Trolls like Ulik rival Thor in strength.
Yggdrasil ; the world tree is an immense ash tree that is central to the Asgardian dimension. The tree is supported by three roots that extended far into the other worlds; one to the spring of Hvergelmir in Niflheim , one to the well of Mimir in Jotunheim , and another to the well of Wyrd in Asgard.
Though Midgard is not physically connected to Yggdrasil, it is said that the Earth's axis is in alignment with the tree.
Thor repeated this action during Ragnarök. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Asgard Marvel Cinematic Universe.
SG1: "Revelaciones". Al liberar a varios grupos de humanos de los mundos Goa'uld, los Asgard se declararon sus protectores hasta que sus culturas evolucionaron lo suficiente, y amenazaron a los Goa'uld con represalias violentas si intentaban esclavizar a los humanos.
SGA: "The Lost Tribe". Para evaluar la seguridad de muchos de estos planetas, los Asgard y los Goa'uld negociaron el Tratado de Planetas Protegidos.
SG1: "Carro de Thor", "Juego justo", "Revelaciones". Los Asgard no pudieron ayudar a la Tierra directamente en la lucha contra los Goa'uld debido a una guerra con un enemigo mayor, los Replicantes.
Luego colapsaron el sol de Hala en un agujero negro con la esperanza de destruir los replicantes, pero algunos lograron escapar y atacar el nuevo mundo natal de Asgard, Orilla.
SG1: "Reckoning, Parte 1", "Reckoning, Parte 2", "Camelot", "Carne y sangre". Cuando se completaron las mejoras, llegaron tres buques de guerra Ori y atacaron tanto a Orilla como a la Odisea.
En ese momento, los Asgard hicieron que Orilla explotara, destruyendo el planeta, las dos naves y todos los Asgard presentes en todo el planeta murieron.
Bifröst differs from other realms, as it connects Asgard, the world of gods, with Midgard, the world of people. Located on the border of Asgard, Himinbjörg is home to the god Heimdallr , who watches over Midgard and humanity.
When enemies from Muspelheim destroy Bifröst, Heimdallr will blow in his horn Gjallarhorn to announce the beginning of Ragnarök.
Upon arrival in Asgard, Aesir gods make it their home, as attested by Snorri in the Prose Edda. After counselling with the head of Mimir , Odin assigns other gods to rule separate parts of the land and build palaces.
One day, an unnamed giant , claiming to be a skillful smith, arrives at Asgard on his stallion, Svadilfari. In return for this favour, he asks for the sun, moon, and marriage with Freyja.
Despite Freyja's opposition, the gods agree to fulfill his request if he builds a wall in just one winter.
As time goes on, the gods grow desperate, as it becomes apparent that the giant will construct the wall on time. To their surprise, his stallion contributes much of the progress, swiftly moving boulders and rocks.
He changes his appearance to that of a mare, and distracts Svadilfari to slow down construction. Ragnarök consists of a series of foretold events that ultimately lead to the destruction and subsequent renewal of the world.
Ragnarök begins after the invasion of fire giants from Muspelheim, who destroy the Bifröst. Several gods survive and restore Asgard, bringing it to the highest-ever levels of prosperity.
Thor first appeared in the Marvel Universe within comic series Journey into Mystery in the issues 83 during August Following this release, he becomes one of the central figures in the comics along with Loki and Odin.
After that, Thor becomes a regular character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and reappears in several films, including the Avengers series.
Asgard becomes the central element of the film Thor: Ragnarok , where it is destroyed following the Old Norse mythos. These and other Norse mythology elements also appear in video games, TV series, and books based in and on the Marvel Universe.
These depictions do not follow the Old Norse sagas and poems carefully. However, many philologists began to notice an increased interest in Norse mythology from the general public due to their popularity.
In the Assassin's Creed Valhalla , Asgard is featured as part of a 'vision quest'. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Around this time, an Asgard ship its crew placed in suspended animation left Othala. Its navigational computers were either damaged or malfunctioned at some point, and the ship drifted across galaxies, ultimately ending up in the Milky Way whether or not the Milky Way was its intended destination is unclear.
SG1 : " Revelations ". The Asgard made peaceful contact with the Ancients , the Furlings , and the Nox.
They also came into conflict with the Goa'uld. Liberating several groups of Humans from Goa'uld worlds, the Asgard declared themselves their protectors until their cultures had sufficiently evolved, and threatened the Goa'uld with violent retaliation if they attempted to re-enslave the Humans.
The Vanir , a group of Asgard who did not share their brethren's ethical concerns about experimenting on humans to solve their genetic degradation problems, left the Ida galaxy and traveled to the Pegasus galaxy where they could continue their experiments, which were able to slow the advance of, but not reverse their genetic problems.
After the Ancients discovered they could not win their war with the Wraith and left for the Milky Way , the Wraith attacked the Vanir.
The Vanir's intergalactic ships were damaged beyond repair in the first battle, and, as they lacked the means to construct new ones, they were stranded in the Pegasus galaxy.
In order to survive, the Vanir moved to a Toxic planet where the Wraith could not endure. At first they only needed to use simple breathing apparatus to survive, but the planet's atmosphere continued to degrade, forcing them to develop Armored exoskeletons capable of withstanding the new conditions.
Eventually, conditions would become too harsh, and they would be forced to venture out into the galaxy again. SGA : " The Lost Tribe ". An Asgard Bilskirnir -class ship attacks a Goa'uld Ha'tak.
Despite the efforts of the Asgard, the Goa'uld became a great threat to the human population of the Milky Way.
The Goa'uld began taking humans as hosts during this time, which greatly angered the Asgard, who realized humanity had great potential.
The Asgard's vastly superior technology was more than a match for the Goa'uld, who were forced to sign a treaty with the Asgard in order to keep from being destroyed.
Unwilling to completely give the galaxy over to the Goa'uld, the Asgard freed and transplanted humans on various worlds and posed as their protective gods as they felt they were not yet ready to have their belief system completely stripped away.
Accordingly, they devised a series of challenges designed to determine when these people were advanced enough to learn and presumably cope with the truth about their protector's true nature.
To ensure the safety of many of these planets, the Asgard and the Goa'uld brokered the Protected Planets Treaty.
The treaty stipulated that the Asgard would allow the Goa'uld various benefits the precise terms are unknown , and in return the Goa'uld would leave the humans of the various worlds mentioned in the treaty alone.
The treaty could be expanded to include other worlds if both parties agreed to negotiate. For some time the Asgard protected these planets with their advanced technology and warships but the discovery and invasion of the Replicators in their home galaxy forced the Asgard to draw away resources they had been using to enforce the treaty, leaving the planets protected in name only.
The long lost Asgard ship from 30, years ago was rediscovered by Asgard scientists. Within it was one perfectly preserved Asgard ancestor.
The Asgard scientist Heimdall began research on it since the clone was from a time when their cloning program was "not yet irreversible".
SG1 : " Thor's Chariot ", " Fair Game ", " Revelations ". A fleet of O'Neill -class ships combat a Replicator cruiser. The Asgard were unable to help Earth directly in the fight against the Goa'uld because of a war with a greater enemy, the Replicators.
The Asgard's energy-based weapons were ineffective against the Replicators. Human weapons, on the other hand, used simple chemical reactions to drive metallic projectiles through kinetic force, something the mechanoids could not defend against.
With the aid of SG-1 , the Asgard imprisoned all the Replicators in a time dilation field on the planet Hala.
They then collapsed Hala's sun into a black hole in hopes of destroying the replicators but some managed to escape and attack the new Asgard home world of Orilla.
Aegir attacked the ship that dropped out of hyperspace before it could raise its shields. Not all the Replicators were destroyed however, and the Replicator Fifth managed to land on the planet.
Colonel Jack O'Neill , with the knowledge gained from the Ancients ' Repository of knowledge , invented a weapon that blocked communication between the Replicator cells permanently.
Thor was able to construct a larger version capable of affecting an entire planet. The Asgard aided SG-1 when the Replicators invaded the Milky Way, but were unsuccessful.
SG1 : " Nemesis ", " Small Victories ", " Unnatural Selection ", " New Order, Part 1 ", " New Order, Part 2 ", " Reckoning, Part 1 ", " Reckoning, Part 2 ".
An Asgard ship in battle. Although the Goa'uld and the Replicators had been defeated, new threats arose, such as the Ori.
In the face of this, the Asgard continued to provide aid to Earth by providing technologies for the development of the Daedalus -class , and "lending" them the Asgard engineer Hermiod.
The Asgard also participated in critical events such as the Battle of P3Y SG1 : " Reckoning, Part 1 ", " Reckoning, Part 2 ", " Camelot ", " Flesh and Blood ".