RUNE MEMORY

Bienvenue . Voici les règles du jeu pour le Memory des Runes. Venez jouer avec nous et faites le meilleur score possible.

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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Algiz
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Ansuz
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Berkano
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Algiz
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dagaz
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Ehwaz
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Fehu
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Fehu
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Ehwaz
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Dagaz
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Ansuz
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Berkano
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Deity

Odin

Associated Runes

Odin is one of the most significant deities in Norse mythology. He is the god of war, wisdom, knowledge, magic, and death, and is also known as Wotan or Woden. Odin is considered the father of all Norse gods, as he is the creator of the universe.

Odin is often depicted as an old bearded man with a wide-brimmed hat and a fur cloak. He is also frequently accompanied by two ravens, Huginn and Muninn, which symbolize thought and memory, as well as two wolves, Geri and Freki, symbolizing strength and fierceness.

One of the most well-known myths associated with Odin is the creation of the runes. According to the legend, Odin sacrificed one of his eyes to gain the wisdom of the runes, a writing system used by ancient Germanic and Scandinavian peoples. Runes were considered a means of communicating with the gods, and Odin was often invoked to obtain their wisdom and guidance.

Odin was also known for his ability to shape-shift. He could take the form of animals such as the wolf, raven, or serpent, as well as that of human beings. This transformative ability allowed him to freely travel between the nine worlds of Norse mythology.

Odin was also regarded as the god of warriors and heroes. Warriors who died in battle were believed to be welcomed by Odin into his great hall of Valhalla, where they could drink, eat, and fight for eternity. Odin was also associated with magic, and he was often invoked to protect people from witchcraft and curses.

In summary, Odin is one of the most complex and fascinating deities in Norse mythology. His wisdom, strength, magic, and control over death make him a central figure in Norse religion and culture.

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