It is interesting, about death and Yggdrasill.
Why wasn't Hela involved with Thors death in Fear Itself? For one, she has been pining for eternity to get a hold of Thor herself, and this was the time it would happen. No Hela? Supposedly, Hela is just some caretaker of a revolving door for the Asgardians?
If Yggdrasill can determine rules of death between gods, and what they can and can't do, why was Thor able to resurrect all the gods in JMS's run? Supposedly Ragnarok is a proviso to the Yggdrasill rule. After Ragnorak, all the gods naturally resurrect because that was the cycle imposed by the Ones Above All, ( who are now disconnected from that cycle).
I am led to some conclusion that Yggdrasill is some Eternity figure, and Hela is just somebody who inherited a backwater place where the gods just stay for a holiday. I don't know why the God of War is still there with Hela, when everybody else is back in reality?
Last edited by jackolover; 12-20-2012 at 05:09 PM.
Visited NY and DC and saw Spider-Man Turn off the Dark.
Hela's role is caretaker for the Asgardian dead. It isn't meant to be a revolving door though for some it is. It depends on how important you are I guess. There is some evidence that while gods do not require mortal belief for power or to maintain their existence enough mortal belief can return a god from the dead. That is one possible reaon why major gods are harder to kill. They are more well known. Stories being told about the gods may be enough.