[GL] Aurore

Between heaven and earth there is much more than humans can imagine. The gods take advantage of myths to act and rule over everyone without raising suspicion. Immersed in their desires and luxuries they survive amid the misery and bankruptcy of the kingdom of men. Hela is the goddess of the Dead, tired of seeing the living frightened by death and especially withering away in life. She firmly believes that the gods have forgotten their true purpose in the universe. After being betrayed, she was humiliated, imprisoned and sentenced to marry Ina and live with her for a thousand years in exile in the kingdom of darkness. Ina, the holder of the secret of eternal life and the key to paradise, was punished by all the gods after they felt disrespected in the face of the possibility of the finitude of their own powers. The two accepted their intertwined fates and lived together for a thousand years until they realized that they had ambitions to live together for all eternity. When the thousand years finally ended, one of them would be able to return to her life in the Kingdom of the Dead, while the other would remain imprisoned in the realm of darkness as a mere mortal ready to die at any moment. A countdown began with Hela desperately looking for a way to make Ina immortal once more, without any concern if she would be forced to fight or kill whether they were men or gods, no one would disturb her again. Only one thing was certain: Hela would not fail a second time. __________________ Support me and give me a gift! https://www.wishtender.com/moonsside __________________ I don't own the rights to the cover image, it's an image taken from the internet and I couldn't find the author to offer the due credits.

moonsside · Fantasy
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Winter warms anxious hearts and freezes those of disdain.

Heimdall sighed a little more intrigued than he had imagined he would be that day, that girl was very shrewd. 


Yes, she could have taken the easy way out, just by talking to Freya, but she didn't and went for the hard part, which was also the most interesting. 


The girl proved to be not only intelligent but also brave, definitely a good Valkyrie, one of the rare ones who seemed to be worth something other than disdain. 


Well, Heimdall had his issues with the Valkyries, he didn't like them and that was a fact, but they were still there and he still had to put up with them. 


What don't we do when our boss tells us to and all we can do is obey?! Honestly. 


But it's true that it was a great move to use Jörmungandr's help, the snake is very underestimated and it doesn't destroy everything out of some kind of compassion he doesn't quite understand.