Freyja of Deadhall

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Freyja of Deadhall
Mythic Legions character
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Freyja of Deadhall paint sample
Created by

Four Horsemen Studios
Information
Species Human
Gender Female
Occupation Valkyrie
Affiliation

House of the Nobel Bear

Freyja of Deadhall is a fictional character from the Mythic Legions series introduced in 2018. She is a heroic human female Valkyrie and member of the House of the Nobel Bear.

Mythic Legions

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Freyja of Deadhall is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. She is a human Valkyrie member of the House of the Nobel Bear, a ragtag assembly of powerful defenders from the outskirts and wastelands of Mythoss.

Development

The Freyja of Deadhall toy was funded by the second Mythic Legions Action Figures Kickstarter campaign in 2017. She unlocked as a stretch goal when they raised over $150,000 in pledges and was available as a $33 add-on for US backers.[1]

Jjuno and other Mythic Legions figures were displayed at Toy Fair in February 2017.[2]

The Advent of Decay test shots were sold online and shipped in August 2018.

The Advent of Decay figures were shipped in October 2018.

Reception

Fictional biography

The name of the legendary warrior Freyja of Deadhall has been both feared and lavished with glory throughout the ages. Relegated by many to the realm of ancient myth, her terrifying ability to repeatedly resurrect herself frightens friends and foes alike. An ally of Attlus the Conqueror, she is believed to command an army of unstoppable warriors with abilities similar to her own. Despite her willingness to join forces with the band of the Noble Bear, Freyja's power and methods have been a point of contention, even among her own allies.

Toys

  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Freyja of Deadhall (2018)
A 1:12 scale figure by Four Horsemen. This figure uses many parts first used on other figures in the line. Comes with staff, shield and sword.
  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Freyja of Deadhall (2018)
An unpainted version of the figure in grey plastic limited to 10 pieces.[3]

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