"Kindred are the hearts of Gods and men. Let live what must live. Die what must die."
|Class Focus:||Single/Dual Blade/Bow / Hybrid|
|Power Level:||40 (Legendary)|
|Research & Development:||Arms|
|Real Name:||Lenneth Valkyrie|
|Place of Birth:||Valhalla, Asgard|
|Base of Operations:||Millennium City, Michigan, USA.|
|Relatives:||Hrist Valkyrie, Silmeria Valkyrie|
|Age:||23 (Midgard Reckoning)|
|Physical Features:||Glowing Eyes|
|Identity:||Known since arrival in this world in 2000|
|Known Powers and Abilities|
|Superhuman Agility/Strength, Flight, Resurrection, Healing|
|Equipment and Paraphernalia|
|Valkyrie Armor, Glance Reviver, Razor Shaft|
Lenneth, is the human manifestation of the spirit of the Valkyrie known as Lenneth. The middle of 3 sisters, she is the most balanced out of the 3. A former mid-level Goddess of the sixth rank, she is also the Valkyrie's primary persona. She was the first Valkyrie to rebel against Odin, actually attacking Freya when Freya attempted to seal her memories to not interfere with her duties. Attacking Freya infuriated Odin, so he used the Sovereign's Rite to transmigrate Lenneth to sleep, and awaken Silmeria in her stead. However, after all 3 had rebelled against him, he cast them into this dimension. This act separated all 3 souls, and freed them to be manifested in human bodies.
Prior to her arrival in this dimension, Lenneth slept inside a young woman named Platina. Normally, since all 3 sisters shared similar powers, and therefore a primary body, only one could be active at any given time. Being the first to defy Odin when they were commanded to instigate events that would lead to more deaths among the races of Midgard, and so the Sovereign's Rite was used to transmigrate her soul first, sealing it in a human body. Lenneth's rebellion was disconcerting for Odin. Was his control over the Valkyries starting to slip?
Prior to Lenneth's transmigration, she was dutifully performing her task to recruit the souls of warriors to become Einherjar. Yet, the continual chaos prevalent in Midgard caused her to question her duties, leading up to the battle with Freya. While questioning, the seal on her memories was broken, and she remembered everything.
Battle against Freya
Freya arrived to renew the seal upon Lenneth's memories from her previous sojourn in her human host. The battle was violent, but short, and ended up in Lenneth's defeat.
Freya: Lenneth! Your memories should not interfere with your duties! Let them be sealed again, and you shall be allowed to continue your tasks!
Lenneth: Never! How could you do this?! My memories are needed! You have no right!
Freya: You allowed a human by the name of Wylfred to defeat you because you felt responsible for his actions! That's unacceptable! You need only remember and focus on your duty! Humans are born. And then after they die, they are reborn. I sealed your memory thinking it was best for you!
Lenneth: How dare you! I refuse! You will never force me to surrender my precious memories!
Freya: Then you will be forcibly put back to sleep!
The battle between the two was pitched and fierce. Yet, Lenneth could not stand against Freya's power, and was defeated. Upon her defeat, Odin used the Sovereign's Rite to return Lenneth to sleep, this time inside another mortal.
Arrival in Millenium City/Post-invasion Activities
The spell cast upon them thrust them into this dimension. Due to the shift in energies, instead of sharing one body, each manifested in their own form. The forms were gifted with the powers, and longevity of a Goddess, but about equal to the stats of a regular human. The conversion not withstanding, all 3 consider themselves Valkyries still, and each retains a resurrection ability.
The 3 arrived during the Qularr invasion of Millenium City, and discovering their abilities, quickly rose to the challenge of defeat the Qularr swarms. Lenneth took the vanguard, and assisted in the defeat of the Qularr, and the rebuilding of Millenium City. Afterwards, she travelled the world over, saving many, healing others, and making herself extremely well-known. Even though she is no longer a goddess, some of those she has encountered view her as one. Therefore, she is extremely well-respected by the world in general.
Lenneth is generally a kind person, but is merciless against her enemies. She is stoic but determined when it comes to tending her duties as a Valkyrie, and now in Millenium City. Unlike many of the Aesir, Lenneth does not hold humans in contempt. Rather, she enjoys their company, and eventually becomes their protector. However, those who show little kindness or compassion to others are disliked heavily by Lenneth, who acts very indifferent towards them. She despises those who would disturb the souls of the dead, or those who manipulate humans in general.
Calm and level-headed, Lenneth speaks with an air of authority and confidence. Her combination of loyalty and independence are considered typical of middle-born children. Her quotes are not insulting, but are meant to warn off her opponents. She is described by most characters as being very beautiful.
Powers and Abilities
Lenneth is unique among the Valkyries, wielding single and dual blades, as well as bows. The strikes with her blades cut deep, causing her opponents to bleed. She spins her blades around shielding her from attacks, and unleashes the power of thunder and electricity with her bow, stunning people. She can heal herself, and is skilled at interfering with her enemies.
Like her sisters, she retains the ability to resurrect fallen allies, although they are no longer transformed into Einherjar. She also can increase her own abilities, letting her strike harder, dodge better, and make short work of her enemies.
Allies and Friends
Her tendency to be considered of Lawful Good alignment fits her actions and personality. She fights those who do wrong, and never injures or harms an innocent. She is always ready to help those who are threatened, or the downtrodden. She helps lead the Blood Oathed Honor Bound supergroup as a Shogun, and is fiercely loyal to her fellow group members.
Odin, the All-Father has finally come to this dimension. He learned of the Valkyries actions, and how revered they were. Not being content with this, he seeks their complete destruction this time, slaying them with his might and the spear Gungnir. He cares not who is in his way, be they hero, villain, or innocent. This is unacceptable to Lenneth, so she has taken up arms against her former Lord.
The battle of the ages is coming. Odin swears revenge by any means necessary. Now Lenneth will avenge her banishment, and stop Odin once and for all.
Former Existence as a Valkyrie
The following details are about a player-created storyline, or is information currently unrevealed about a character.
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Limited information has been given by Lenneth to her friends and allies about her prior existence. The reason behind this information is the actual mechanics of her previous shared existence are difficult to grasp. Not to mention that she was formerly a Goddess, a Chooser of the Slain.
Lenneth, Silmeria, and Hrist were known as Odin's Shield-maidens as well as Valkyries, but Hrist was among the most aggressive of Valkyries. When traversing the battlefields, she would find worthy warriors who were near death, but living, and finish them off to recruit their souls. In her time before banishment, her last actions involved a young man named Wylfred, who blamed her for taking the soul of his father, Thyodor. He challenged her, and slew her, but since she was immortal, her body was but a shell, and her spirit returned to being placed inside a human host, named Platina.
As stated, each Valkyrie has her own spirit, and this was the matter that most concerned Odin.
The combined spirits of all 3 Valkyries would have created a powerful being, capable of challenging Odin on his own terms and defeating him. To prevent this, Odin decreed only one Valkyrie could be "awake", or embodied at any given time, and created the Sovereign's Rite to control this. As a result, there is only one body for the Valkyries to use, and each sister inhabited it in turn. The other 2 spirits were put to sleep as "souls" in mortal vessels. Whenever Odin decides that the time has come for another Valkyrie to take the current one's place (in the cases of the 3 sisters, each one rebelling against him), he performs the Sovereign's Rite: the current Valkyrie's soul is removed from its body and placed into a human vessel in a dormant state, while the soul of one of the two others takes its place. This is apparently also accompanied by placing a seal on the newly-awakened Valkyrie's memories of her sojourn within her human host, to prevent it from provoking unwelcome sympathy with humans and thus interfering with her duties.
Lenneth and Silmeria had both been transmigrated to human bodies after rebelling against Odin, but Hrist had not. Therefore, Lenneth only remembers being put back to sleep, and then being transmigrated into this dimension. Speaking with Hrist and Silmeria, she learned the events that took place after she had been put to sleep, and realized the seriousness of her situation.
The Sovereign's Rite is a magic thought lost to her original dimension. Being how the Valkyries exist in separate bodies, it may or may not cause them to rejoin into one, or if it would be powerless. As a result, all 3 sisters, but especially Hrist, harbor an intense dislike of sorcerer's, since there may be some way that one of them could learn, or attempt the Sovereign's Rite.
Any sorcerer even attempting the Sovereign's Rite will immediately garner the hatred and anger of any Valkyrie present.