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Tyr holding a spear with only one hand
Vital statistics
Title Tyr the Lawful
Gender Male
Race Asgardian
Faction Norse Gods
Health 475 (+80)
Level High
Status Immortal
Location Asgard

In Norse mythology, Tyr is a one-armed God of Law and Heroic Glory.


Tyr, Old Norse Týr, Old English Tiw, or Tiu, one of the oldest gods of the Germanic peoples and a somewhat enigmatic figure. He was apparently the god concerned with the formalities of war—especially treaties—and also, appropriately, of justice. It is in his character as guarantor of contracts, guardian of oaths, that the most famous myth about him may be understood: as a guarantee of good faith, he placed his hand between the jaws of the monstrous wolf Fenrir while the gods, pretending sport but intending a trap, bound the wolf; when Fenrir realized he had been tricked he bit off Tyr’s hand (hence Tyr’s identification as the one-handed god). Tyr came to be identified by the Romans with their own Mars, hence dies Marti (Mars’ Day) came to be rendered Týsdagr (Tuesday).


  • Tyr the Lawful
  • The God of Law and Heroic Glory


  • Combat Empowerment
  • Enhanced Combat
  • Fear Masking
  • Guardianship
  • Justice Embodiment
  • Law Inducement
  • Law Intuition
  • Lie Detection
  • War Manipulation
    • War Inducement

In the series[]

According to Olaf and Mike, when someone inherits the God Spirit of Tyr, they will lose one of their arms, which is then burried. (Gods Among Us, Episode 3)

The last known reincarnation of Tyr met Derrick / Thor while they were in prison together. Since Derrick knew nothing about Gods, Tyr had to explain a lot to him. (Goddesses, Axl, Come In All Forms)

This same mortal vessel encountered a group of Maori Gods, and formed a relationship with one of their Goddesses. They eventually had a child together (Gaia), but due to an apparent drug business, lived in squalor in a shed in a forest. When the midget-Giant Bryn arrived to kill their child (based on a prochecy that she would be the Giants' downfall), he killed both Tyr's mortal form and the Maori Goddesss, but decided to look after Gaia himself. (Everything Starts With Gaia, The House of Jerome)