Would it even be a threat? Edit

The Maw of Fenris and Odin both considered Ragnarok the end of the world.  Yet from what we've seen none of the norse gods or beings associated with them possess near the power or numbers for this to be an apocalyptic event.  Loki is either dead or not real.  Odin is dead.  Balder is dead. Thor is presumed dead.  Jormungund might not be real.  There is no evidence that Valhalla or any of the nine worlds are real.  Fenris could have been the alpha werewolf for all we know.  Unless the events of Ragnarok automatically cause worldwide disasters like the Apocalypse did the worst I figure is maybe a wolf god and a few frost giants show up, destroy a town, disturbe some local weather patterns, attract the attention of some hunters and angels, and are quickly put down.  The way the show goes Ragnarok has no real power behind it and sounds like an old tale. Seekquaze1 (talk) 03:44, November 26, 2014 (UTC)

Thoughts?  anyone agree or disagree?

Kali did claim she could end the world. It's really hard to tell until they start expanding on pagan deity lore. But the alpha werewolf being Fenris is an interesting premise. Also, it would be nice and would facilitate discussion better if you would sign your posts at the end with four consecutive tildes (~) or by clicking the "signature" button on the task bar. FTWinchester (talk) 03:20, November 26, 2014 (UTC)
My apologies.  Skipped my mind.  As for Kali ending the world, given how Odin was skeptical about the Chinese World Turtle and the other pagan deities are skeptical of each other I think Kali had bought into her own propadanda (from an in story perspective).  Heck, Odin had two eyes and Balder was supposed to be already dead.  After nearly ten seasons the Judeo-Christian lore has been so built up combined with the polythesitic gods being so lackluster I can't help but think all the talk of Ragnarok was made up by humans and the deities bought into it.  None of their other myths (except Prometheus giving man fire and curse) have has any but the barest resemblance to their mythological stories. Seekquaze1 (talk) 03:44, November 26, 2014 (UTC)
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