Norse Mythology: Hela
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Hela: Goddess of Death Marital Status: Single
Hela (or Hel) was the daughter of the trickster god, Loki, and a giantess, Angrboða.
Unfortunately, Hela's appearance was horrid, as have of her body was exposed, with her left side of her body bare skeleton.
Hela's appearance made her isolated, as the gods felt uncomfortable when around her, so they avoided her.
She told Odin of her woes, and Odin decided to give her the realm of Niflheim, the land of the dead.
In exchange, she would judge each soul, deciding whether they worthy or not to receive eternal life.
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