Odin The Allfather
The foremost god in the Norse pantheon, Odin was father to many of the Aesir (Norse race of gods, including Thor and Balder, and a father-figure to others such as Loki). For this reason, Odin was often known as “Allfather.”
Odin was the wisest god; he had an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. Two ravens, Huginn and Muminn, sat by his side and told him all they saw throughout the world each day.
The magnificent hall Valhalla was Odin’s home in Asgard and there he feasted with the souls of heroes who had died in battle. A fearless fighter himself, Odin carried a spear as his weapon, and he rode an eight-legged horse called Sleipnir.