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Full Name: Insonegi (no last name)
Nickname: Soso
Race: Frost Born ( a Valkyrie born in the mortal world )
Weight: 120Lbs
Hair Color: multiple layers of various blue hues
Skin Color: fare
Eye Color: Soft frosty blue
Personality: Quiet, observant, due to what Loki put her through Insonegi is terrified of the dead despite her heritage. She absolutely panics and is often pushed to the edge causing her to go bizurk which often ends with everyone and thing frozen around her. Though she has a tendency to panic in some situations Insonegi is as brave as they come when she has to be. Though she has few friends she defends them tooth and nail any time a problem rises.
Special/Unordinary Qualities: Insonegi is a earth born Valkyrie , but being kidnapped by Loki when just born from that time till the point he left she was subjected and took after him just a bit appearance wise, such as her horns which are twisted alabaster rams horns that curl under her ears and point up.
Special/unordinary items: a large scythe named Glasieren Sie Lied translated to Frost Song
History: In Norse mythology, a valkyrie (from Old Norse valkyrja "chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures who decides who falls and dies in battle. Selecting among half of those who die in battle (the other half go to the goddess Freyja's afterlife field Fólkvangr), the valkyries bring their chosen to the afterlife hall of the slain, Valhalla, ruled over by the god Odin. There, the deceased warriors become einherjar. When the einherjar are not preparing for the events of Ragnarök, the valkyries bear them mead. Valkyries also appear as lovers of heroes and other mortals, where they are sometimes described as the daughters of royalty, sometimes accompanied by ravens, and sometimes connected to swans or horses.
The Old English cognate terms wælcyrge and wælcyrie appear in several Old English manuscripts, and scholars have explored whether the terms appear in Old English by way of Norse influence, or reflect a tradition also native among the Anglo-Saxon pagans. Scholarly theories have been proposed about the relation between the valkyries, the norns, the dísir, Germanic seeresses, and shieldmaidens. Archaeological excavations throughout Scandinavia have uncovered amulets theorized as depicting valkyries
The word valkyrie derives from Old Norse valkyrja (plural valkyrjur), which is composed of two words; the noun valr (referring to the slain on the battlefield) and the verb kjósa (meaning "to choose"). Together, they mean "chooser of the slain". The Old Norse valkyrja is cognate to Old English wælcyrge.[1] Other terms for valkyries include óskmey (Old Norse "wish girl"), appearing in the poemOddrúnargrátr, and Óðins meyjar (Old Norse "Odin's girls"), appearing in the Nafnaþulur. Óskmey may be related to the Odinic name Óski (Old Norse, roughly meaning "wish fulfiller"), referring to the fact that Odin receives slain warriors in Valhalla.[2]

Legendary basis: Daughter of Sigrdrifa she retains many of her mother’s traits such as the wintery appearance. Insonegi is often seen with a frosted breath not only because of her heritage but of the very fact she is absolutely cold. Inside and out she is frosty to the touch and even to be around her you would since the subzero tinge surrounding her. Being a Valkyrie she retains many of her mother’s abilities as well as her own naturally.
Parent or legendary relative: Sigrdrifa Lady of the Victory Blizzard
Weapon: Range style: long and close range
Element: Insonegi bares the elemental soul of Winter
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