Odin (オーディン, Ōdin?), the Allfather, is a god of Scandinavian mythology.



Odin is a great god who is the father of Brynhildr. Odin blessed Hjalmgunnar of the country of the Goths with victory in his battle against Agnar, but Brynhildr supported Agnar who defeated Hjalmgunnar. Upon their victory, he punished Brynhildr for her betrayal by stripping her of many of her divinities, placed her into a state of suspended animation with the "pale rune of punishment", and placed her in a circle of flames situatied at the summit of Hindarfjall. She was later awakened by Sigurd.[1]



He is regarded to be incredibly wise, knowledgeable, cold, and even paranoid.


Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Sky Silver Edit

Odin is mentioned by Brynhildr at several instances within the story, particularly with regards to her backstory. Brynhildr and Nigel Sayward even think that it is Odin who is forcing her to go berserk through her Primordial Rune in order to take out Manaka, who is considered a threat to humanity and the world by the Counter Force.

Fate/Grand OrderEdit

Götterdämmerung: The Eternal Ice-Flame CenturyEdit

During the events of Ragnarök in the timeline of the Norse Lostbelt, instead of the events unfolding as they were supposed to, with the gods dying and world being cleansed and reborn, Surtr, the Fire Jötunn, devoured the wolf Fenrir, becoming immensely powerful and killing many of the gods and giants, before Odin sealed him inside a false Sun, sacrificing himself in the process. Prior to this, Odin merged the goddess Skadi with Scáthach, leaving her to protect the world where Ragnarok had come to a hault.[2]

Odin's ravens, Huginn and Muninn, remained in the world, guiding Chaldea when they arrive in the Lostbelt.[2]


Odin uses the eighteen Primal Runes, passing them to his daughter, and also later spreading them throughout the world and used by those like Scáthach and Cú Chulainn.[3] Ochd Deug Odin uses all the runes together, and it is thought some use-restrictions may have been left in the runes by Odin.[4]

He possesses the Noble Phantasm Gungnir: The Declaration of the Elder God (大神宣言グングニル, Ōkami SengenGunguniru?), which is said to be a prototype of Gáe Bolg. Archer claims that Cú Chulainn's usage surpasses Gungnir in power.[5]

Skadi possesses a skill based on the wisdom Odin obtained when he sacrificed one of his eyes.


  1. Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Blue and Silver: Arc 4, Act 5, Part 1-A, translated by PhoenixRising at Beast's Lair.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Gotterdämmerung: The Eternal Ice-Flame Century
  3. Fate/Grand Order material II: section on Scáthach's Primordial Rune and God Slayer Skills, translated by You at Beast's Lair.
  4. Fate/Grand Order material I: section on Cú Chulainn (Caster)'s Ochd Deug Odin Noble Phantasm, translated by Master of Chaos at Beast's Lair.
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