|Dark Divinity Hjalmr||Head||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Auga||Head||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Herklaedi||Body||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Feldr||Body||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Hanzkar||Hands||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Brok||Legs||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Spjarrar||Legs||Dungeon||1|
|Dark Divinity Skor||Feet||Dungeon||1|
|Faded Copy of The Corpse Hall||Orchestrion Roll||Basic||1|
|Odin Card||Triple Triad Card||1|
|Who Was That Man in Black||46||Lewin|
|The Dark Divinity||46||Lewin|
|All You Wanted to Know about Odin||46||Simmie|
|Fear and Odin in the Shroud||50||Scarlet|
Please note, Odin can spawn in any of the shrouds, East, North, South or Central.
The origin of this primal is steeped in mystery, though it is believed to have come from the time of the Allagans. Wandering around the Black Shroud, Odin has many a dark deed to its name, the most foul being the assumed murder of Lady Urth. Many refer to the Dark Divinity as a demonic villain, and Odin does little to dispel the name, cutting down any who dares approach. Some claim however, that it is the search for Lady Urth that drives Odin in endless hunt.
A study by O-App-Pesi the Seedseer has revealed that the blade itself, the Zantetsuken, is the actual body of the primal, and any who would fell the dark knight and take up the blade are immediately enthralled, allowing for Odin to be reborn over and over again. There are those who believe that the blade is a primal formed from the followers of Urth, a weapon imbued with godly might that could break free from Allagan tyranny.