A storyboard of the creation myth of Odin and Ymir in Norse Mythology.
In the beginning, there was nothing. Earth and all of its biomes did not exist, Heaven did not exist.I t was an endless void of darkness, until Niflheim was made.
From a spring in Niflheim, twelve rivers arisen.
In the South, Muspell, a region of heat and brightness, was guarded by Surt.
To the North sat Ginnungagap, where rivers froze and all was ice.
Where the two met, the iced thawed and the water dripped. From this, a man named Ymir, the first frost-giant, and a cow was made. From her, four rivers of milk flowed and fed Ymir.
The cow fed on the salt of the lime rice, and as she licked, a man had emerged in three days. His name was Buri who had a son named Bor who married a frost-giant Bestla.
How could you marry that wench?!
One of those sons was Odin, the most powerful of the gods.
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