9 thoughts on “ Yggdrasil ”

  1. Mushakar says:
    The Yggdrasil is a special residential building given as a settlement reward for finishing a Viking settlement. The Yggdrasil produces coins in 24 hours and provides an attack boost. When it is motivated, its coins production is doubled and all special productions are enabled.
  2. Zulujin says:
    Definition of Yggdrasil: a huge ash tree in Norse mythology that overspreads the world and binds earth, hell, and heaven together First Known Use of Yggdrasil , in the meaning defined above.
  3. Taur says:
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  5. Bracage says:
    Yggdrasil (Old Norse Yggdrasill or Askr Yggdrasils) is the mighty tree whose trunk rises at the geographical center of the Norse spiritual cosmos. The rest of that cosmos, including the Nine Worlds, is arrayed around it and held together by its branches and roots, which connect the various parts of the cosmos to one another.
  6. Dilrajas says:
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  7. Togor says:
    Yggdrasil is a figurative World Tree used by the Asgardians to describe the cosmic nimbus that connects the Nine Realms. Each branch or root connects to one of the realms.
  8. Vule says:
    Yggdrasil apparently means “the horse of Yggr,” Yggr (Terrible One) being one of the names of the god Odin. This immense, nurturing tree was the central feature and one of the most original creations of Norse cosmology. It supported all the nine realms of the Norse universe, branching out over the entire world and up into heaven.
  9. Vilrajas says:
    May 10,  · The most satisfactory translation of the name Yggdrasil is ‘Odin’s Horse’. Ygg is another name for Odin, and drasill means ‘horse’. However, drasill also means ‘walker’, or ‘pioneer’. Some scholars would argue that the name means ‘Odinwalker’.Author: Andreas Kornevall.

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