HEIMDALLAlso known as HEIMDALLR, GULLINTANI
Sentinel God of Light, Security and Surveillance
Although he seems to be the most placid and stationary God, HEIMDALL has been known to sneak off duty under the name RIG and have exciting adventures. He also rescued FREYA's precious necklace after it was stolen by LOKI.
Apparently there were two seals sitting on a rock, looking at a bright shiny thing by their feet. They nodded a cursory 'Good Morning' to each other and continued to gaze down at what was actually the infinitely precious Brisingamen.
One of these seals was LOKI. He'd stolen the necklace and retreated to the safety of an obscure sea-bound rock in the guise of a seal. Blending in with the seal population was proving somewhat difficult, but it was his best chance to avoid detection.
The other seal, having sat quietly on the rock for several hours with hardly a glance in his direction, hauled itself up, brushed itself down and unexpectedly punched LOKI in the face. It was HEIMDALL, come to rescue the necklace. He'd disguised himself as a seal, positioned himself on the rock first and lulled LOKI into the most embarrassingly false sense of security.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : Scandinavia
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : HEIMDALLR, GULLINTANI
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