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The Midgard Serpent is a creature from norse mythology. Jormungandr or as he is better known as the Midgard Serpent is the second child of Loki and the giantess Angerboda. When born it was assumed that the Midgard Serpent was the size of a human infant.What is Jormungand the snake in Norse mythology?
“Thor’s Battle with the Midgard Serpent” by Johann Heinrich Füssli (1788) Jormungand (pronounced “YOUR-mun-gand;” Old Norse Jörmungandr, “Great Beast”), also called the “Midgard Serpent,” is a snake or dragon who lives in the ocean that surrounds Midgard, the visible world.Who is Jormungand in Ragnarok?
An enormous serpent that wraps around Midgard, Jormungand is an enemy of Asgard. In the prophecy of Ragnarok, Thor and the Midgard Serpent are destined to both die in battle with one another. As per its nickname, Jormungand covers the entire planet from head to tail. Short summary describing this character.How did Thor defeat the Midgard Serpent?
A tremendous battle then took place ending with Thor using his full strength and entire power of the enchanted hammer mjolnir to deliver the finishing blow to the Midgard Serpent. The Midgard Serpent vanished upon his death presumably returning to his ethereal form.