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Grimnir’s Book is a collection of the stories of Grimnir the Bard.  These can be unlocked after clearing the quest from Ragnarok Chapter 1 [Episode 10] Bard Grimnir.

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Once unlocked Grimnir’s Book can be accessed only from the Ragnarok world map, via the hat and lute icon on the far left side.

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At the top of the screen upon entering Grimnir’s Book, there are five colored scrolls.  Under each scroll the following records are available.  Each record unlocks as a player progresses through the Ragnarok storyline.

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  • Purple: The World, Yggdrasil
    • Human Realm, Midgard
      • Midgard is the name for the land of the Humans
      • Yggdrasil is the expansive world which consists of other worlds, including Midgard
      • Many smaller kingdoms exist within Midgard
    • Realm of Giants and Demons, Jotunheim
      • Everyone fears the beings of Jotunheim.  
      • Jotunheim’s history is riddled with stories of merclinessness and violence
      • Jotunheim’s legends speak of a conflict with the gods of Asgard
    • The Great World Tree, Yggdrasil
      • Yggdrasil is also known as the World Tree
      • Yggdrasil is not just a world but also a great tree at the center of all worlds
  • Beige: Midgard
    • Chosen Warrior, Berserker
      • Berserkers are widely revered by the fighters of Midgard
      • Berserkers are warriors chosen by the omnipotent Odin, the leader of the gods of Asgard
      • Berserkers have been blessed with the protection of Odin, and therefore possess a strong mind and body immune to all pain
      • What berserkers desperately desire is an honorable death
    • Fimbulwinter
      • There has been a harsh winter in Midgard for three years
      • Midgard was once a beautiful place of diverse landscapes
      • The reason for why the winter has come is unknown, which makes many people worry and wonder if it is a winter of ill omen (the end of the world and extinction)
    • The Priest
      • Priests hold great authority in Midgard
      • Many people in Midgard worship Odin and the gods of Asgard, which has made the priests who serve those gods quite the authority figures
      • A priest in Odinism is especially powerful - not even the kings of great countries can oppose them at will
      • Priests’ beliefs have surprised the boundaries of individual kingdoms
    • Xantenburg, the Kingdom of the Hero King
      • Hero King Siegfried slayed a dragon and founded Xantenburg
      • Often referred to as a Country of Heroes
    • Hero King Siegfried's Sword, Gram
      • Gram was the legendary sword used to defeat the Evil Dragon, Fafnir
      • Gram was forged by a Dvergr blacksmith, one of the dwarves living in Nidavellir
      • Dvergr dwarves have incredible craftsmanship and have created many incredible things
    • Isenstein vs. Xantenburg
      • Among the kingdoms in Midgard, Isenstein most closely rivals Xantenburg in power
      • Isenstein is a kingdom with a rich legacy, with top notch economy and military
      • Isenstein's royal family cares about its people, making it a model for many other nations
      • Isenstein and Xantenburg have been at war during the three-year winter
    • Brunhild of Isenstein
      • Brunhild has been ruling over Isenstein since the death of her husband, Gunnar
      • Brunhild is as intelligent as she is beautiful, and involves herself with everything in Istenstein
      • She is incredibly kind to her people but terrifying to Xantenburg
      • Rumors have been spread that Brunhild is a heaven-sent goddess due to her beauty and combat skills
    • Ymir's Wall
      • Ymir's Wall is a wall bordering two worlds (Jotunnheim and Migdard)
      • Ymir's Wall is the edge of the world which Humans can see with their own eyes
    • Odinism and Faith
      • Odin, the most powerful of gods, should have the largest following. However, Humans don't believe in someone just because they can see them.
      • Odin is believed by many to be the greatest god, but there are also many who worship Thor, the god of combat
      • The abundance of gods in Midgard has created many faiths. Each Human values different gods. Some regions even worship a goddess whose beauty enchants all.
  • Red: Gods and Asgard
    • Trickster God Loki
      • Loki has a knack for pulling pranks and performing trickery
      • Even though he is a god of Asgard, Loki is also known to be from Jotunheim
      • Rumors of the Demons of Jotunheim readying an attack against Midgard has fueled hate
      • Many know the stories of Loki’s fickle, irresponsible, and rash behaviors
      • Loki is at the center of rumors regarding Jotunheim
    • Omnipotent God Odin
      • Odin is an omnipotent god, and the leader of the gods of Asgard
      • Odin is a god of war, as well as a god of magic and wisdom
      • There are many legends about Odin, including thrilling and uproariously funny stories, but also a great many that would terrify the common listener
      • There is a legend that speaks of Odin sacrificing one of his eyes to drink from the well of wisdom
      • In most stories and paintings that have been passed down, Odin is depicted with a missing eye
      • Odin enjoys traveling through Yggdrasil in disguise and is not easily recognizable
    • Thor, the God of Thunder
      • Thor is the God of Combat, and is known to be a righteous and courageous god
      • Warriors worship Thor as a guardian deity
      • The thunderstorms Thor summons also bring rain, transforming arid lands into fertile soil
      • Farmers worship Thor as the God of Agriculture
    • Golden Apples of Idun
      • Gods of Asgard weren't originally immortal, so they preserved their youth by eating the Golden Apples that were managed by the goddess Idun
      • One day, Loki told Idun of a "wonderful apple tree" and asked her to compare its fruits to the Golden Apples
      • Idun left Asgard without giving it much thought, but in truth she'd been tricked
      • She was captured by the Giants, due to Loki's scheme involving a foolish pact with the Giants
      • In order to get Idun back, Loki borrowed from Freyja a garment that could turn him into a hawk, and he snuck in the Castle of Giants
      • Carrying both Idun and the Golden Apples, Loki escaped through a window in the castle and returned to Asgard
    • Odin's Warriors, Valkyries
      • Valkyries are the goddesses of protection who fly over battlefields, leading the souls of heroes to Valhalla
      • Valkyries are mystical warriors working under Odin's orders to find the souls of brave warriors to take to Valhalla
      • Valhalla is the place that all warriors want to find at the end of their lives
      • Since Valkyries are tasked with guiding souls to Valhalla, they are viewed as sacred
      • One legend says the auroras above the Northernmost Plains comes from the white gleam of the Valkyries' shining armor
  • Blue: Legends of the World
    • Valhalla, the Hall of Warriors
      • Warriors in Midgard do not fear death in combat, for they consider it to be honorable; any other death is pointless, and they fear it
      • Only those who lost their lives courageously may be granted entry into the hall of warriors, Valhalla
      • Valhalla is the final destination of all honorable warriors
    • The Prophets
      • The people of Midgard have great faith in the power of prophecy
      • Every village in Midgard is home to a fortune teller, and large cities are home to dimples where gods speak through the oracles
      • The words of the gods, and those of powerful prophets, are credible prophecies, and they spread far and wide
      • The harsh three-year-long winter was widely known to have been foretold in prophecies
    • Ymir, the First Giant
      • Ymir was born from a droplet created by the cold of Niflheim and the heat of Muspelheim
      • Ymir grew up drinking the milk of Audumbla, a cow that was born along with him
      • According to stories passed down, Ymir was killed by Odin and his brothers
      • After killing Ymir, Odin used his body to create this world
    • Legend of the Hero King and the Evil Dragon
      • Evil Dragon Fafnir was originally a Human, but his greed for wealth blinded him and led him to kill his brothers
      • After killing his brothers, Fafnir transformed into a dragon to protect his treasures
      • It is known whether this transformation was a curse or his own doing
      • Siegried hid himself in a ditch. When Fafnir passed by him, Siegfried thrust his sword. In doing so, he was covered in Fafnir's blood and became immortal.
  • Green: scheduled to unlock in a future update

As records are collected more in-depth stories are unlocked, with rewards (diamonds) granted for the first time each is read.  When new records are available, there is a red exclamation point next to the scroll.  The alert disappears once the record has been read.  Records can be revisited at any time after claiming the reward.

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