Yggdrasil: The tree of life

The next origin out of Yggdrasil goes all of the way down to Jotunheim, the property of the giants, alongside this origin is Mimir’s well. The next origin from Yggdrasil goes to Niflheim, near the well Hvergelmir. Nidhug is known to suck blood from their dead cells, that happens at Hel. There’s a shrub named Ratatosk, also he spending nearly the whole day, by running down the tree.

At the Center of Asgard, in which the Gods and Goddesses resides, is Yggdrasil. Yggdrasil is the tree of existence, and it’s a classic green Ash tree; the branches extend out over all the nine worlds in Norse mythology, and expand upward and over the heavens. Yggdrasil is transported by three huge roots, the very first root from Yggdrasil is at Asgard, the home of the Gods it’s only beside this well-named Urd, this is the place where the Gods and Goddesses have their everyday meetings.
Ratatosk does anything he could, to maintain the hatred between the eagle and the dragon living. Every time Nidhug states a curse or a insult regarding the eagle, Ratatosk will operate until the peak of the tree, and inform the eagle what Nidhug merely said. The eagle is every bit as rude in his remarks regarding Nidhug. Ratatosk only likes to gossip that’s why the eagle and the dragon stay constant foes.