Freyja, also written Freya, or Freja, is the Norse goddess of love, sex, beauty, gold, magic, war and death. Freyja has appeared in D&D all the way back in Basic D&D, having been most recently been featured in the 5th edition Player's Handbook. Meanwhile, Freya is a highly influential rat from Final Fantasy.
Historical Fantasy Freya
|Aliases||Goddess of Love and Fertility, Lady of Fire|
|Divine Rank||Intermediate Goddess|
|Portfolio||3E: Fertility, Magic, Love, Vanity
5E: Fertility, Love
|Domains||3E: Air, Charm, Good, Magic
|Home Plane||Vanaheim (Ysgard)|
|Worshippers||Bards, Sorcerers, Wizards, Lovers, Husbands, Wifes|
In the Great Wheel version of the D&D Multiverse, Freya resided in Ysgards first layer, in Vanaheim, sharing it with her brother Frey.
|Divine Rank||Celestial Immortal|
|Portfolio||Love, Fighting, Tactics, Honor|
|Domains||Thought, Good, Family, Fertility|
|Worshippers||Warriors, adventurers, freemen, thralls, Kogolor dwarves|
Freyja is the patron Immortal of the freemen and thralls of the Northern Reaches and Antalians.
Freyja was the sister of Frey, both of whom were born among the Antalian tribes that inhabited what would become the Heldannic Freeholds, and the ancestors of the people of the Northern Reaches. The two of them were less warlike than their fellow tribesmen, believing that fighting should serve a more noble purpose than conquering and raiding. The two of them eventually undertook the Path of the Epic Hero and ascended to Immortality in the Sphere of Thought sponsored by Odin. Freyja now acts as Odin's recruiter, searching the world for people for Odin to sponsor to Immortality, and souls of fallen heroes for him to reincarnate to do good in the world.
Freyja appears as a tall, handsome, and lithe woman with blonde hair. She usually dresses and arms himself like the people of the Northern Reaches, along with wearing her favorite necklace, even when hiding amongst mortals.
Freyja is a professional, calm, and collected warrior, never losing herself in the heat of the battle. She's allied with Odin and Thor, opposing Loki.