The First BeingEdit
Ymir, also known as Father Of The Frost Giants, Ymir is one of the first beings created alongside Surtr. Ymir is the ancestor of all Jötunns (frost giants). He was born in Ginnungagap, a realm between Muspelheim and Niflheim. He was nourished by the primeval cow, Audhumla, and lived alongside Buri, grandfather of Odin, Vili and Ve, who was licked out of the ice by Audhumla. He was eventually killed by Odin, Vili and Ve and his body was used to create Midgard and the oceans.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Ymir possesses vast superhuman strength, greater than that of any other Frost or Ice Giant. He is extremely long-lived, and possibly immortal. His body greatly resembles ice in various ways, and if it was not for his ability to generate intense cold from his body, Ymir would melt when exposed to high temperatures. Ymir's body is extraordinarily resistant to injury, and although it can be shattered, as ice can, Ymir can cause the fragments of his form to reassemble. Ymir continually generates extreme cold from his body in an unknown, perhaps magical fashion. If he so chooses, Ymir can cause anything he touches, including the air, to freeze.
- Superhuman Strength: Ymir can lift things up to 100 tons. His strength is greater than that of any other Frost or Ice Giant.
- Frost Immunity: As the King of Jotuns, Ymir is immune to coldness. His body is made of thick ice.
- Cryokinesis: Ymir can generate intense cold from his body. Ymir can cause anything he touches, including the air, to freeze.
- Cryokinesis Inhibition: Ymir proved to be able to prevent other from using their elemental powers.
- Immortality: Ymir is extremely long-lived. Ymir can cause the fragments of his form to reassemble.
Although intelligent and capable of speech, Ymir is not particularly cunning, and attempts to win his battles through brute force.
The extent of Ymir's strength has never been measured, but it is at least in the Class 100 range; hence, he can lift (press) over 100 tons.
Ymir is vulnerable to extreme high temperature. It would caused him to melt down.
Extra-dimensional teleportation, usually under his own power.
Ymir carries an enormous, ice-covered club, which he uses as a weapon. Possibly the club is entirely composed of ice.
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