Andvari In Norse mythology, Andvari (Alberich) guards treasures, including Tarnkappe, a cape of invisibility, and gives Loki the magic ring of the Aesir, which is called Draupnir.
Mímir (Old Norse "The rememberer, the wise one"), or “Mim” is widely known for his knowledge and wisdom. Mímir is mentioned in the Völuspá and Sigrdrífumál (Poetic Edda). Odin sacrifices his eye to Mímir's well, and states that Mímir drinks mead every morning "from the Father of the Slain's [Odin] wager."
Jörmungandr the Midgard Serpent
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