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Quote1 As thou art Bringer of Death, so 'tis Odin a God of Life. I bid ye rise, flower and leaf...rise and be restored. Let thy parlor games cease, Hela. Thou hast stolen Valhalla from me -- twisting it to thy vile intent. But no longer. Prepare thee now for the judgement of Odin. Quote2
-- Odin

Appearing in "Acts of Destruction"Edit

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  • Moondragon's spacecraft

Synopsis for "Acts of Destruction"Edit

Don Blake is brooding over having no career again, when he gets a call from Shawna. She asks him to come to Chicago to attend a medical seminar. Moondragon is in space, dwelling on her uncertain future as well, and decides to look in on her father Drax. Drax is in space and encounters a group of creatures and begins to attack them in the hopes of being destroyed himself. Thor goes to Avengers Mansion in the hopes of company, but finds only Jarvis. Just then, Moondragon arrives with Drax with one of the alien creatures attached to his head. Drax comes to and begins attacking everything. Thor uses lightning to remove the creature who then begs them to kill it. It's despair at a lack of purpose rings familiar to all three of them. Drax and Moondragon decide to return the creature to it's home.

Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: Judgement -- and Lament!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Tales of Asgard: Judgement -- and Lament!"Edit

Odin fights and defeats Hela over the fate of Valhalla. When Odin asks Hela about her motives, she reveals that she has been distressed since her recent defeats have made her realize she is more capable of emotion than she felt befits her station and has struck out in an attempt to gain more control over her fate and to get back at Odin, whom she blamed for her suffering. Together, they muse about the roles they have been cast into and Hela agrees to leave peacefully. As she departs, vibrant beauty returns to the garden and halls of Valhalla, and the Valkyries return to life.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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