We're back in Norse Mythology. It's set before Ragnarok (obviously), and it's a story we never got to of Freyja, Odin, Loki, and four dwarves. Freyja makes a lot of new friends, and Loki gets completely out of control at a party and tells all the Aesir exactly what he thinks of them.
The creature of the week is the invunche, a very sad, hairy, contorted baby.
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Mention of sex this episode. It's one of the rare ones where I don't dance around the topic. Freyja has sex with four dwarves. Absolutely nothing explicit, though, just the mention of it.
Link to the norse myths in chronological order, pretty please with sugar on top?
My name is Ulf Bjorklund and I am an audiobook narrator. I recently completed the first trilogy of “God of the Ragnarok Era” by Matt Larkin. Yes, I am 100% Swedish and I grew up 1 hour south of the arctic circle AND my name means ‘wolf’. I think I should be on your podcast : )
1st, love the show and what you do!! I listened again to Bound on Apple podcast and you said you updated you’re site and put them in chronological order.
How do I find that?
Keep doing what u do, thanks Wes
Where can I find the chronological list of the Norse myths? I looked under the tag but they seem to be just in order of post. Anyway, fantastic episode as always. Nice to see Loki finally snap!
Same question! As always, excellent.
I have the same question about the chronological order!
Good stories, thanks.