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Ran is the wife of Vidar and the mother of Saxa and Fjor. She is a beautiful woman whose appearance exudes discipline and manners. She is the principal of Edda Secondary School, where her children Saxa and Fjor are studying. Like the whole Jutul family, she hides her real identity as one of the few surviving giants of the Ragnarok, and will go to great lengths to prevent the return of the gods.
He is the reincarnation of Elli, a personification of old age who, in the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, defeats Thor in a wrestling match.
In the series
Vidar tells his wife Ran that he killed Isolde because she saw something that she shouldn't have.
Ran sleeps with two students at the spring party.
When the Jutuls invite Magne and Laurits to dinner and after drinking mead Magne realizes the family is not as they seem, such as mother Ran Jutul holds him to a standstill, then defeats him at arm-wrestling.
Ran takes a bath in a bathtub full of milk.
Ran gets roasted by Laurits at the Constitutional Day speech. Laurits shows up with hair dyed platinum blonde just like Ran's, is wearing the "traditional" female dress and cap just like Ran, and gives a speech completely trashing, in a humorous way, JUTUL's business practices. She just has to sit and smile and pretend to take it in good humor while she's obviously internally fuming, and the townsfolk all think it's really funny.
Ran is tall, blonde, and has blue eyes. Ran is an attractive woman who has several admirers among the students. At the spring party, she even sleeps with two students.
Powers and Abilities
- Super Strength: She destroys a table when she is arm wrestling with Magne.
- Immortality: Due to being a giant (Jottun), Ran is immortal.
- In Norse mythology, Rán was a goddess seen as the personification of the dark side of the sea, queen of the ocean floor where the drowned people go. Her husband, the giant and friend of the Æsir gods, personified the good part of the sea. As with Vidar, choosing the name for the character should only be a quick reference, even though the sinister personality of the goddess described above bears some resemblance to that of Ran in the series. Still, in Ragnarok, Ran is the powerful matriarch of the family of giants, and is completely against the resurgence of the gods.