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Ronald "Ronnie" Lincoln is a mathematics major who took up a full-time position at the Ghant Corporation as a keeper of financial records. Thoroughly abused at this job, he finally stood up for himself and nearly died as a result. Only the timely intervention of a mysterious hammer saved his life, but perhaps made it more dangerous than ever.

Northern Star #1

The Cataclysm Part One

The Cataclysm Part Two

Northern Star #2

Imbued with the power of a Valhallan legend, Ronnie has been transformed into a demigod with incredible strength and control over the storms of Midgard - specifically the elements of thunder and lightning. The hammer's power is in direct connection to how confident the wielder is.

Its name is Feignir, derived from the Old Icelandic word "feigr," which means "dead" or "doomed." Its ability is to allow its current wielder to commune with the deceased spirits of those who came before.

Rather than from strict Norse mythology, Feignir is the product of the Roman goddess Tempestas. It was a gift of good tidings to the very first wielder of the hammer, the ancient warrior Gaiseric. After Caesar declared war on the Germanic tribes, however, Jupiter imprisoned Tempestas inside of the weapon she created as a gift. This was punishment for "consorting with the enemy," as he put it.

Gaiseric had fallen in love with Tempestas and bargained away his soul from Pluto to spend an eternity with the storm goddess, thus becoming the first spirit to inhabit the hammer.

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  • 2015 AD - Current: Ronald "Ronnie" Lincoln

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"As long as he who wields this hammer upholds the honor of he who sacrificed immortality in Valhalla, then he shall possess power indefinite and become as they who hold feast in Odin's golden house."

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One day, the hammer will fall from heaven.

The people shall know a new champion.

One day, it will shatter.

So, too, will his resolve be broken.

One day, the world will know darkness.

He will force himself back into action against the greatest odds.

One day, he will die.

And no one will remember him.