I know myself hanging on the wind cold tree for nine icy nights.
Odin (Old Norse: Óðinn) is the King of the Norse Gods. Also known as the All-Father, he is renowned for being the Norse God of the Sky, War, Wisdom, Poetry, and Magic, as well as his unerringly accurate spear, Gungnir. He is constantly preparing for Ragnarok, the end of all things, where he will lead an army of einherjar and valkyries into battle before being devoured by Fenrir.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 5-C, likely 4-B or higher
Name: Odin Borson, several aliases including Wotan and Voden
Origin: Norse Mythology
Age: Several thousands of years old.
Classification: Asgardian, God, God of Death and Magic, King of the Aesir and Vanir
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Master of Rune Magic, Can enhance his stats, Precognition, Longevity, Nigh-Omniscience, Shapeshifting, Curse Manipulation, Durability Negation, Weather Manipulation, Expert Hand-to-Hand Combatant and Spear Wielder, Can summon his flying horse Sleipnir, Can eliminate hate and violence in his foes' minds, Can make others invincible, Can make the foes weaker, Can turn the foe's weapons into useless sticks, Can cause sickness, Creation (Created the Nine Realms and Souls), Homing Attack via Gungnir, his 18 chants allow him to nullify a spell's effect and send it back to the caster and one even allows him to Manipulate Fate
Attack Potency: At least Moon level+ (Fought evenly with Fenrir until Odin died and they destroyed all life on the planet in the process), likely Solar System level or higher (Together with his brothers Vili and Vé, he crafted seven of the Nine Realms from Ymir's corpse). Can ignore durability with his spear.
Speed: Massively Hypersonic+ (Power-scaling from Thor)
Striking Strength: Country Class+
Durability: Moon level+ (Fought evenly with Fenrir until exhaustion and then he died)
Standard Equipment: His spear known as Gungnir, which is capable of hitting targets without fail and causing a mortal wound (though it may not kill in the act), his eight-legged horse named Sleipnir.
Intelligence: Nigh-Omniscient (After sacrificing his eye, hanging from the World Tree, and drinking from Ymir's well, Odin gained knowledge of the past, present, and future, as well as the origin and end of all things)
Weaknesses: His health and power have been weakened by age, Gungnir will cause a mortal wound but is not an instant kill.