After waves calmed and the venom dissipated into the ocean all that remained from the epic battle between the world serpent Jormungandr and Thor were found entangled in the broken remains of Hymir's boat...The Scales of Jörmungandr!
The gods had arranged a lavish feast with Aegir and Ran, two gracious and hospitable giants who dwell beneath the sea. Aegir and Ran offered to host the banquet, but only if the gods could provide them with a cauldron big enough to brew mead for all of the invited guests. The gods knew that, of all the beings in the Nine Worlds, only the giant Hymir possessed a cauldron large enough for this purpose. Thor, the brawniest and bravest of the gods, as well as the one most accustomed to dealing with the giants volunteered to obtain this cauldron from Hymir.
Upon Thor’s arrival at his house, Hymir slaughtered three bulls for provisions for the two during Thor’s stay. Forgetting the ravenous hunger of Thor, Hymir was left in shock as the god ate two entire bulls in one sitting! Because of this, Hymir decided they would need to go fishing for the next day’s food.
In the morning the two got into the boat and Thor rowed them out to Hymir’s usual fishing grounds, where the giant managed to catch two whales! Thor, however, began to row the boat further out from land. Hymir grew fearful and demanded that they row back at once, as he reminded Thor that Jormungand lurks below these wild waves. Finally, Thor dropped the oars and cast his line into the water. Soon after he felt a mighty tug on his line and as he reeled it in, a violent rumbling shook the boat and whipped the waves.
When the serpent’s venom-dripping mouth at last came up above the water, Thor reached for his hammer. At this moment, Hymir panicked and cut the line sending snake back down into the ocean. Thor, furious at missing this opportunity to end his greatest foe, heaved Hymir overboard.
Thor, with the two whales over his shoulders, waded back to land, picked up Hymir’s cauldron, and returned home to Asgard.
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