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Celtic vs Norse

In the trivia, it states: 

  • While in Tyr's secret room, Mimir stated that the Sgian-dubh is from his homeland which would mean he is Celtic rather than Norse.

This is incorrect, if you have studied Celtic and Norse history. The Celtic culture has its roots within Norse history. The Norse were well-travelled, from both raiding (the real meaning of the word viking), to actually trading (some discoveries found around 2008). Even parts of the US have had Norse-Celtic relic discoveries. Celtic culture and Norse culture aren't mutually exclusive.

God?

Is Mimir a god, or that just from real world Norse mythology? As I don’t remember him being described as a god, and Kratos didn’t give his usual distant for Mimir like his does for other gods.[[User:Twilight Despair 5|]] ([[The God of Creation]]) (talk) 03:27, April 30, 2018 (UTC)

According to Norse mythology, it's ambigous on whether he's a Aesir god or a giant, must sources refer to him as a 'figure' in Norse Mythology, we might want reflect that information if the game doesn't outright confirm him as a god TheBlueRogue @fandom •(profile)•(talk)•(doug@fandom.com) 16:45, April 30, 2018 (UTC)
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