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For questions concerning the Norse trickster god, son of Fárbauti and Laufey, the father of Hel, the World Serpent Jörmungandr, and the Wolf Fenrir.
A belief, principle, or way of acting that people in a particular society or group have continued to follow for a long time
A (usually) human like creature but extremely tall and strong.
Questions related to or pertaining to the Greek hero Theseus.
For questions on a type of celestial being in the Abrahamic and Zoroastrian beliefs, typically acting as messengers begin heaven and humanity.
For questions on the local folklore, myths, and legends found in Britain.
For questions about the history of a name, including its evolution and the words and language it stems from.
For questions about the Greek goddess, Hera, the wife of Zeus and Queen of the Greek gods.
For questions about myths and legends connected to vampires, humanoid beings occasionally (especially in modern literature) depicted as nocturnal and preferring to drink blood.
magical and alphabetic characters that used to be carved on the rocks or on the tree, by them were decorated weapons, utensils, various objects, wrote spells…
Questions about the Greek King of the Sea and the earth-shaker, Poseidon.
For questions on the Saga of the Volsungs. Fafnir, Brynhild, Sigurð, Atli (Atilla "the Hun"), et al.
For questions relating to mythical symbols or depictions in artwork.
For questions pertaining female deities.
For questions about the Nymphs and their many subgroups like the Oreads, Nereids, Naiads and Meliae.
For questions pertaining the devil, the personification of evil as it is conceived in many and various cultures and religious traditions.
For questions about the academic discipline of folkloristics, i.e. the study of folklore.
For questions about how weapons play a role in myths or mythical events, as well as famous mythological weapons, such as Poseidon's trident or Zeus' lightning bolts.
For questions about Hermes, the messenger of the Greek gods.
For questions about a body of Irish mythology dealing with traditional heroes of the Ulaid (Ulster), also known as the Red Branch Cycle.
Questions about the Gylfaginning, the first book of the Prose Edda.
Questions pertaining to or related to the Aztec religion, culture, empire or mythology.
For questions about myths involving the ability to live forever, often a gift of a being from birth, which is prevalent in deities.
Pandora was created by Hephaestus as first woman on Earth according to Greek mythology.
Concerning legends, traditions, and symbolism of Christmas
Used when talking about question pertaining to the Greek goddess of love
The final book of the New Testament. Also known as the Book of Revelations, Revelation to John, the Apocalypse of John, The Revelation, or simply Revelation.
The spirit of a dead person imagined as visiting the living and usually appearing as a pale, almost transparent form.
An area of the sky in which the positions of the sun, moon, stars, and planets are believed in astrology to influence human behavior, and which is divided into twelve equal sections
Questions related to or pertaining to the Greek demigod and hero, Achilles. He is most known for his role in the Trojan War.
Questions related to the continent of Africa.
For questions on Yggdrasil, a mythical tree which connects the nine worlds of Norse cosmology.
For questions regarding the return to life of the dead