|This article is about the location in Norse mythology. For the related map, see Midgard.|
Midgard is one of the Nine Worlds in Norse mythology. It is inhabited by the race of humans and in the Germanic languages means "middle yard".
Fall of the Trident[edit | edit source]
To do so, they must first regroup their forces after being scattered around by an Avalanche, to a land not far from the Swedish coast, and fight rogue Einherjar and Gargarensis' forces, this being the main focus of the North scenario.
After managing to regroup, the heroes march north, and Amanra notices the group is stalked by two dwarf brothers, Brokk and Eitri. The dwarves later ask for help; their Dwarven Forge (not to be confused with the Dwarven Foundry), found deep within a mountain, is occupied by large groups of Giants, who also happen to block the passage to Midgard. The heroes promise to clear the tunnels of Giants, in exchange for this passage (the main focus of The Dwarven Forge).
Scenarios[edit | edit source]
- The Dwarven Forge (only appearing in the ending cutscenes)
- Not From Around Here
- Welcoming Committee
- The Well of Urd
The New Atlantis[edit | edit source]
Midgard makes another appearance in the ninth scenario (Rampage) of New Atlantis.
The destruction the Atlanteans have caused at Mount Olympus have weakened the power of the gods at holding the Titans imprisoned, them being loose on the world and destroying entire cities, such as Sikyos. For this reason, Kastor, Amanra, and Ajax have traveled north to fight Ymir, who rampages through the land.
They encounter the Frost Giant Folstag, now king of Jotunheim (another of the Nine Worlds) and in peace with the Midgardian humans. He cooperates with the heroes to kill the Titan, before he wreaks more havoc across the land. Eventually, he summons Nidhogg, whose help greatly helps in killing the Titan and bringing peace to the region.