RUNE MEMORY

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Règle du Jeu :


  • Retournez deux cartes. Si les images sont identiques, le jeu laisse les cartes visibles.
  • Si les images sont différentes, les cartes se retournent faces cachées là où elles étaient.
  • La partie est terminée lorsque toutes les cartes ont été assemblées par paires.

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Berkano
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Deity

Njord

Associated Runes

Njörd, also known as Njördr or Njord, is one of the most significant deities in Norse mythology. He is considered a god of the sea, winds, and commerce. His name literally means 'lord of the northern land,' referencing his mastery over natural elements.

Njörd is often depicted as a mature man with a white beard, wearing a blue tunic. He is frequently associated with maritime symbols such as boats, fish, and shells. As a sea god, he is also linked to fishing and sea voyages.

Njörd is also regarded as a god of peace and prosperity, associated with wealth and abundance. He is often invoked to bring good fortune in commercial endeavors and is revered by sailors to ensure safe and prosperous journeys.

According to Norse mythology, Njörd was once married to the giantess Skadi, but their marriage was unhappy, leading to their separation. Together, they had two children, Freyr and Freyja, who are also important deities in Norse mythology.

Njörd was also married to his own sister, Nerthus, with whom he had two children, but this part of his mythology is more obscure and less known.

Although Njörd may not be as well-known as some other Norse gods like Odin or Thor, he remains a significant figure in Norse mythology as the god of the sea, peace, and prosperity. His presence is often invoked to bring stability and abundance and to protect those who travel on the waters.

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