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    • "The eagle shrieks, pale-beaked he tears the corpse," and the ship Naglfar breaks free thanks to the waves made by Jormungandr and sets sail from the east.Ragnarök-Wikipedia
    • Naglfar, the ship of the dead, is nearing ready to sail, and Hela promises Skurge a place of honor beside her on it at the battle of Ragnarok.Executioner (comics)-Wikipedia
    • The Warriors Three come under arrow attack from the flying ship Naglfar and Volstagg is the only one of the trio to survive.Fandral-Wikipedia
    • If the images on the Tullstorp Runestone are correctly identified as depicting Ragnarök, then Fenrir is shown above the ship Naglfar.Fenrir-Wikipedia
    • High responds that while Skíðblaðnir is the finest ship and the most ingeniously created, the biggest ship is in fact Naglfar, which is owned by Muspell.Skíðblaðnir-Wikipedia
    • When Thor's misunderstood brother Loki brought Ragnarök down upon Asgard, two of the warriors (Fandral and Hogun) were killed off-panel by an arrow storm launched from the deck of the flying ship Naglfar.Warriors Three-Wikipedia

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