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In Norse mythology, it was believed that there would come a time whereby the gods of the world and their creations would be destroyed. Preceding this day of destruction, Earth would be subjected to various forms of catastrophes. The first of these catastrophes would be a triple winter with no summers. After which, the world would fall into barbarism and war. The sun and moon would be swallowed up, and the world would be left in darkness and despair.
In Norse mythology, it was believed that there would come a time whereby the gods of the world and their creations would be destroyed. Preceding this day of destruction, Earth would be subjected to various forms of catastrophes. The first of these catastrophes would be a triple winter with no summers. After which, the world would fall into barbarism and war. The sun and moon would be swallowed up, and the world would be left in darkness and despair.
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Heimdall would sound his horn, signalling the start of the battle between the gods with their fallen warriors, and evils of the world. Odin would be slain by the wolf [[Fenrir]]. Eventually, the rest of the gods and evils would fall.
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[[Heimdall]] would sound his horn, signalling the start of the battle between the gods with their fallen warriors, and evils of the world. [[Odin]] would be slain by the wolf [[Fenrir]]. Eventually, the rest of the gods and evils would fall.
After the destruction of the earth, a new heaven and earth will emerge, and the new world would be one of eternal bliss and abundance.
After the destruction of the earth, a new heaven and earth will emerge, and the new world would be one of eternal bliss and abundance.
== Appears in ==
== Appears in ==
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* [[Bahamut Lagoon]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy II]] as [[Ragnarok]] (Anniversary Edition only)
* [[Final Fantasy II]] as [[Ragnarok]] (Anniversary Edition only)
* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Ragnarok]]
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* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy XII]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy XII]] as [[Ragnarok]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Ragnarok]] (limited offer?)
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions]] as [[Ragnarok]]
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* [[Seiken Densetsu III]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Seiken Densetsu III]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Children of Mana]] as [[Ragnarok]]
* [[Children of Mana]] as [[Ragnarok]]
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* [[Bahamut Lagoon]] as [[Ragnarok]]
 
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* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Ragnarok]] (limited offer?)
 
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Revision as of 01:04, 12 November 2007

In Norse mythology, it was believed that there would come a time whereby the gods of the world and their creations would be destroyed. Preceding this day of destruction, Earth would be subjected to various forms of catastrophes. The first of these catastrophes would be a triple winter with no summers. After which, the world would fall into barbarism and war. The sun and moon would be swallowed up, and the world would be left in darkness and despair.

Heimdall would sound his horn, signalling the start of the battle between the gods with their fallen warriors, and evils of the world. Odin would be slain by the wolf Fenrir. Eventually, the rest of the gods and evils would fall.

After the destruction of the earth, a new heaven and earth will emerge, and the new world would be one of eternal bliss and abundance.

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