Hel 1889 by Johannes Gehrts
the Death Goddess
Vital statistics
Title *Goddess of Death
Gender Female
Race Asgardian
Faction Norse Gods
Health Good
Level High
Status Immortal
Location Niflheim

In Norse mythology, Hel is the Goddess of Death.


Hel, originally the name of the world of the dead; it later came to mean the goddess of death. Hel is one of the children of the trickster god Loki, and her kingdom is said to lie downward and northward. It is called Niflheim, or "the World of Darkness", and appears to have been divided into several sections, one of which was Náströnd, the shore of corpses. There stood a castle facing north; it was filled with the venom of serpents, in which murderers, adulterers, and perjurers suffered torment, while the dragon Nidhogg sucked the blood from their bodies. Mention is made in an early poem of Niflheim of the Nine Realms. It is said that those who fell in battle did not go to Hel, but to the god Odin, in Valhalla, the hall of slain heroes.



  • Age Acceleration
  • Death-Force Manipulation
  • Death Inducement
  • Disease Manipulation
  • Kiss of Death
  • Necromancy
  • Necrosis Inducement
  • Underworld Lordship

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