Odin (Old Norse Óðinn) is a God and ruler of Asgard in Norse mythology. Odin is the most powerful God in Asgard and he lives in the house called Valaskialf, in this house Odin has a tall tower and in the top of the tower he has a throne called Hlidskialf, from here Odin can see throughout all the nine worlds.
Odin is associated with healing, death, royalty, wisdom, battle, sorcery, poetry, and the runic alphabet, but also the day “Wednesday” is known as Odin’s day and he is thought to be “the leader of souls”. Odin looks like a sorcerer, and may have been an inspiration to Gandalf from J.R.R Tolkien’s books Lord of the Ring and the Hobbit. Odin is able to shapeshift just like Loki, into any animal shapes at will. Odin mostly speaks in phrases and riddles, and Odin’s voice is so soft that all who hears him speak thinks all he says is true. Odin can also just say a single word and be blowing out the flames of a fire, or tone down waves of the sea.