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Ragnarok (Korean: 라그나로크 Ragnarok, lit. "Ragnarök") is a manga created by Lee Myung-jin and published by Daiwon C.I. inSouth Korea. There are currently 10 volumes in circulation, published in English in North America by Tokyo pop from May 21, 2002 to April 6, 2004.

The series is mainly based on Norse mythology but is influenced by various other cultures. It falls into the genres of fantasy, action and adventure.

This manhwa became the basis of the widely popular KoreanMMORPG, Ragnarok Online developed by Gravity Corp, which in turn was the basis for an adaptation into the anime, Ragnarok the Animation. Currently, Ragnarok is on indefinite hiatus as Lee Myung-jin is helping with the development of Ragnarok Online.

Power of the Verse:

The verse has demi-humans and monsters with superhuman physical prowess (e.g. destroying stone and metal golems twice their size), elemental manipulation, teleportation, flight and regeneration.

Also, there are deities and monsters that seem to be such (Satan Morroc for example, is known in the Manhwa as Surt, king of Muspelheim) whose powers and abilities transcend those of mere mortals, and the strongest among them able to affect several realms such as Valhalla, Niflheim and Midgard at once.

Suppoters and Opponents of this verse:

Supporters:

Viturino

Gemmysaur 

Neutrals:

Opponents:

Characters: 

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Ragnarok Manhwa:

Chaos

Loki

Iris Irine

Sara Irine

Fenris Fenrir


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Ragnarok Online Character Classes:

Swordsman

Acolyte

Thief

Magician

Archer

Merchant


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Ragnarok Online Monsters:

Satan Morroc

Thanatos

Baphomet

Dark Lord

Doppelganger

Assassin Cross Eremes

High Priest Margaretha

High Wizard Kathryne

Lord Knight Seyren

Master Smith Howard Sniper Cecil


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Ragnarok The Animation:

Roan

Yufa

Takius

Maya

Judia

Iruga Alam

Keough

Dark Lord

Baphomet