Legends speak of a time long ago, before the Scourge or Ragnarok as it is called in Vasgothia), when the people of Vasgothia worshipped a pantheon of passions they called the Aesir.
These powerful beings travelled all the different worlds, battling the monsters that threatened the very existence of these worlds.
Baldr — (Balder) god of innocence and beauty
Bragi — (Brage) the bard (skald)
Forseti — god of justice
Frigg — chief goddess
Heimdallr — (Heimdall) the watchman and guardian
Hermóðr – a messenger for Odin
Höðr — blind god of darkness and winter
Hœnir — the indecisive god
Iðunn —(Idun) goddess of youth, fertility and death
Loki — the trickster, foster-brother of Odin
Meili — the mile-stepper
Mímir – the god of knowledge (who, in some accounts, is of Aesir stock)
Nanna — wife of Baldr
Óðinn — (Odin) chief god, of wisdom and war
Sif — golden-haired wife of Thor
Þórr — (Thor) god of thunder and battle
Týr — (Tyr) one-handed, self sacrificing god of law and justice.
Ullr — the hunter, tracker and archer
Váli — the avenger
Vé — brother of Odin, who gave men speech
Viðarr — (Vidar) god of silence, stealth, and revenge
Vili — brother of Odin, who gave men feeling and thought
It was also foretold that one they these Aesir would have to stand against a mighty host of monsters, together with a mighty army of loyal followers. it was foretold they would be able to save the world in this battle, but they would fall.
But one they they would return. For this is how it has always been, and how it will always be.