Who is Mistress of Death? Is she related to Elvira? Mistress of the Dark?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Hela was born ages ago to the being who would one day be called Odin and a goddess whose name and image have been lost in antiquity. On the day of her maturity, Odin appointed her goddess and ruler of the northernmost realms of the dead. Her special dominion was over the souls of all who did not die in battle, while Odin himself built the palace Valhalla to house the souls of all of those who died as heroes. In recent years, when Odin’s attention had strayed from the maintenance of Valhalla, Hela tried to annex that realm to her own, hoping to consolidate her power over all Asgard’s dead. Eventually Odin grew aware of her ambitions and opposed them. In the course of battle, Odin’s band of Valkyries, the custodians of Valhalla, lost their physical forms, no longer able to travel from Valhalla except in their wraith-like astral forms. Hela gave up her contest for Valhalla when Odin vowed to keep better watch over it in future, and she returned to her realms.
AND she's related to Elvira.
- Anonymous4 years ago
honestly! Many a youthful boys' hormones have been properly energetic whilst Elvira substitute into on. in case you watch Ed timber, i think of you will see there's a character that probably inspired Elvira's look. a remarkable form of the movie is real, i think of.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
That would be my dancing partner. She is said to have slayed all the Gods to free us from them and then in a supreme act of compassion cut off her own head to free us even from herself. She is known as our Mother sometimes because she shows us our own Divinity.
- AcornLv 71 decade ago
I think that's Bill O'Reilly's pet name for Ann Coulter.
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- 1 decade ago
the first person that comes to mind is lil kim...i dont know why