The Lindwyrms Of God Of War: Ragnarok Have Proper Titles: God of War Ragnarok’s notorious Lindwyrms appears to have names, at least in accordance with some recently unearthed mythology.
Scholars were undoubtedly aware of this, but in the fast-growing community centered around God of War Ragnarok, players have been delving into the game’s backstory and uncovering surprises at every turn. According to reports, the six monsters in the issue go by the names Going, Minn, Grabakr, Grafvollundr, Ofir, and Svafnir.
The information was found in a well-liked Reddit post on social media. The user Ed Derick wrote, “Fun tidbit, these little guys have names in the story.” According to God of War Ragnarok, Lindwyrms are the offspring of Nidhogg and are naturally cheeky animals that can only be controlled by their mother. After Nidhogg dies, Ratatoskr assigns Kratos the mission of capturing the six Lindwyrms, vowing to take care of their long-term needs.
According to this particular story, Ed Derick states, “Nidhogg lives at the Yggdrasil root that reaches Helheim.” There are allegedly more serpents than anyone could ever fathom. The sons of the Grave Monster or Dig Monster, according to a poem that mentions six of these serpents.
After then, the player continues, “Nidhogg gnaws the root of Yggdrasil and tortures the doomed souls in Helheim. In Ragnarok, it will also fly away while dropping dead people from its wings. Therefore, graves and digging involve bodies. Nidhogg is the name of a creature linked to these things whose offspring are the serpents.
The names are reportedly found in Stanza 34 of the poetry known as Grimnismal. The names of the six Lindwyrms, according to this literature, are Goinn, Moinn, Grabakr, Grafvollundr, Ofnir, and Svafnir.
While some people have been astonished by God of War Ragnarok’s excellent utilisation of mythology, others have been heaping praise on the title and giving credit where credit is due. For instance, the person going by the handle Jabronskyi said, “The four seasons also have names.