- And so the time of the Odinsleep came once again to Asgard, when Lord Odin rested, and replenished his power. But this time, Odin's favorite son was not there to protect him while he slumbered. The son had abandoned the Golden Realm, to protect the mortals he loved so dearly. While Balder, Sif, and the rest of Asgard's warriors were ever so pathetically vigilant in defending Odin as he slept, their weak minds simply weren't prepared for the day, when he didn't wake up. They weren't prepared for someone finding a way to take Odin's power.
Appearing in "The Fall of Asgard"
- The Avengers
- Dwarves (First appearance)
- Eitri (First appearance)
- Light Elves (First appearance)
- Faradei (First appearance)
- The Warriors Three
- Hela (First appearance)
- Rock Trolls
- Ulik (First appearance)
- Frost Giants
- Dark Elves
- Asgardian Wolves
- Balder the Brave
- Graviton (Only in flashback)
- The Enchantress (Only in flashback)
- Baron Zemo (Only in flashback)
- Wonder Man (Only in flashback)
- Abomination (Only in flashback)
- Crimson Dynamo (Only in flashback)
- Howlers (Appears as a ghost or apparition)
- Norn Stones (Mentioned)
- Cask of Ancient Winters
- Captain America's Shield
- Hawkeye's Bow, Trick Arrows
- Bloodaxe (Enchanted Axe)
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