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== Effects ==
 
== Effects ==
 
Baldur's curse primarily acts as a way to counteract against any wounds and or injuries inflicted during combat. In exchange for the incredibly minor ability to feel anything physically, the wielder of this curse becomes an unstoppable force, making them immune to both physical and magical threats, with the exception of mistletoe.
 
Baldur's curse primarily acts as a way to counteract against any wounds and or injuries inflicted during combat. In exchange for the incredibly minor ability to feel anything physically, the wielder of this curse becomes an unstoppable force, making them immune to both physical and magical threats, with the exception of mistletoe.
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Any injuries that he does receive heal almost instantaneously.
   
 
While it was originally only intended to be for risks on the battlefield, its implied that the effects may very well extend past those to even natural causes such as old age and sickness. Making the user literally incapable of dying.
 
While it was originally only intended to be for risks on the battlefield, its implied that the effects may very well extend past those to even natural causes such as old age and sickness. Making the user literally incapable of dying.

Revision as of 01:42, June 28, 2018

Baldur's curse is a spell designed by Freya to prevent her son from dying a needless death. Designed to make him invulnerable to any and all injuries no matter how minor or serious, it had the unexpected side effect of removing Baldur's ability to feel completely.

Unable to physically feel anything good or bad, Baldur eventually went insane from sensory deprivation.

Effects

Baldur's curse primarily acts as a way to counteract against any wounds and or injuries inflicted during combat. In exchange for the incredibly minor ability to feel anything physically, the wielder of this curse becomes an unstoppable force, making them immune to both physical and magical threats, with the exception of mistletoe.

Any injuries that he does receive heal almost instantaneously.

While it was originally only intended to be for risks on the battlefield, its implied that the effects may very well extend past those to even natural causes such as old age and sickness. Making the user literally incapable of dying.

Known Wielders

Trivia

  • Baldur's curse appears to work similarly to how Achilles curse did. Though Baldur's curse is far superior in that it affects the users whole body unlike Achilles' who still had one mortal body part as a weakness.
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