Winter/Spring

Midgard


Huginn: So beautiful, and yet... Ice must win, or fire; the scorched ground brings forth famine, or the rising water brings death by flood. Our boy walked among the mortals, and learned nothing from them. He lost an eye, and saw more than when he had two.

Muninn: He had to.

H: Why is it that the Powers see less than the least?

M: Because the more they think of themselves as Powers, the less they remember that power is never capitalised. In all the nine worlds, the Highest looked only at the middle one, and gave himself weakness there.

H: I don't understand.

M: But when all is said, and eventually done, I will remember it all.

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