Definitions for "Ragnarok"
Keywords:  norse, viking, folk, battle, mythology
The so-called "Twilight of the Gods" (called in German Götterdämmerung), the final destruction of the world in the great conflict between the Æsir (gods) on the one hand, and on the other, the giants and the powers of Hel under the leadership of Loki (who is escaped from bondage).
The last chapter (8), in which you prepare for the invasion of the Vanir. The end of the game. In Norse Mythology, it is the apocalypse, in which all will do battle in.
the first part of Era Omega in which the gods vie to become Supreme Deity
Ragnarök is a manhwa created by Myung Jin Lee and distributed by Tokyopop in North America, and by Chuangyi in Singapore. There are currently 10 volumes in circulation, published in English in North America by TOKYOPOP from May 21, 2002 to April 6, 2004. The manhwa is also published in English in Singapore by Chuang Yi.
Ragnarok is a Wargaming magazine published by Society of Fantasy and Science Fiction Wargamers and edited by John Wilson.
Ragnarok is a freeware roguelike computer game for DOS, created by Norsehelm Productions from 1992 to 1995, also going by the name "Valhalla". It is distinct from many other roguelikes in having a graphical interface, a historical/mythological setting, set quests, the ability to change classes, and the ability to permanently change one's race by polymorphing.
Ragnarok is a highly interactive text-based online computer game (played using the Telnet protocol), known as a MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) that was started in 1994 and housed on a server in Portland, Oregon. Ragnarok was intended to be themed in a world and time similar to Medieval Europe, but not actually intended to be set in any known land. As a result of development latitude given to younger creators of the game by the administration, many deviations from this intended theme have been produced, explained away by the lack of limitations of "magic" required to create areas.
Keywords:  debacle, valkyrjan, dwarven, name
The valkyrjan and dwarven name for the Debacle.