- Appears as the Boss Notorious Monster for the Odin's Chamber area of Einherjar.
- All feathers obtained up to that point will be removed.
- Will spawn three sets of fomor type mobs, each named after a wing of Einherjar (i.e. Brunhilde, Siegrune, etc), at intervals between 90%-60%, 50%-20%, and below 10%.
- Title Granted: Elite Einherjar
- Breakga: AoE Petrification effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Blindga: AoE Blind effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Bindga: AoE Bind effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Paralyga: AoE Paralysis effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Slowga: AoE Slow effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Blizzard IV: Single target Ice based magic damage.
- Blizzaga III: AoE Ice based magic damage (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Blizzaga IV: AoE Ice based magic damage (Circle of effect originates from spell target).
- Dread Spikes: Self target Spikes effect that drains HP from all melee targets equal to the amount of melee damage they inflict.
- Gagnrath: Frontal cone AoE magic damage with an additional Terror effect.
- Geirrothr: AoE magical damage with an additional Bind effect.
- Damage dealt is 10,000 divided by the number of targets hit (i.e. 10 targets hit would take 1,000 damage a piece)
- Will use this TP move whenever his HP drops to 75%, 50%, and 25%.
- Ofnir: AoE magical damage.
- Sanngetall: AoE damage with an additional full Dispel effect
- Odin will use Sanngetall up to eight times, each time its HP drops 10%.
- Valfodr: AoE damage with additional Silence and Curse effects.
- Yggr: Self target Intimidation effect.
- Zantetsuken: AoE Death effect.
- Odin will perform this once his HP has dropped below 10%.
- Using the /heal or /kneel motions can strongly decrease the chance of the Death effect proc-ing.
- Just prior to using Zantetsuken, Odin will annouce his preparation to use it by saying the following-
"Mine obsidian blade shall split atwain the threads of thy future...
...whilst its crimson fuller shalt channel the lifeblood of thy past.
Now wail as thy soul is bestrewn across the plains of Valhalla!"
In Norse mythology, Odin was the leader of the Aesir, one of the two tribes of Norse gods, and was attributed as being the god of wisdom, wizardry, war, death, victory, poetry, and the hunt. In order to establish mastery over magic, Odin suspended himself from a branch of the great ash tree Yggdrassil and allows himself to be stabbed in the side by his spear, the Gungnir until he had an epiphany, and became knowledgeable of all magical runes.
Odin presided over battle and honorable death, creating a vast hall called Valhalla for those honorable warriors who met death on the battlefield. These warriors, known as the Einherjar, would feast heartily until their services would be required during the Ragnarok, the final battle between good and evil. Odin was fated to meet his death in a vicious struggle with the demon hound Fenrisulfr, who would devour him whole.
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