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Patriarch of the Jutul family, Vidar was a successful businessman who spared no effort to guarantee the future of his company. Edda's largest industrial complex, Jutul Industries A/S is responsible for the city's water pollution and is the largest provider of jobs in the region.
Along with his wife Ran and children Saxa and Fjor, he formed one of the few families of giants that survived the last Ragnarok. The Jutul family were not discovered to be giants by the rest of the citizens of Edda because of their shape-shifting abilities.
He is the reincarnation of Útgarða-Loki, who challenged Thor and Loki to several task (eat, drink, defeat Elli, lift a giant cat).
In the series
He completely believed that giants were better than humans and gods. Vidar was shown to be ruthless, determined and vengeful.
He retained his youthful appearance even though he was thousands of years old, owing to the giants' abilities to shapeshift. Vidar has black hair and light blue eyes, features which Laurits also visibly has.
Father of Laurits
Fjor Jutul (son)
Saxa Jutul (daughter)
Ran Jutul (wife)
Powers and Abilities
- Super Strength: Vidar was able to snap the neck of a reindeer and rip out its heart easily. He could also kill humans easily and pushed Magne through a building. He also deflected a hammer Magne threw at him. He was also shown tossing Fjor across a living room.
- Immortality: Due to being a giant (Jötunn), Vidar was immortal and performed a ritual that allowed him to live for thousands of years.
- Shape-shifting: During Power to the People, it is revealed that Vidar and all other giants possess the capability to change their appearances, which is the reason that Vidar and the rest of the Jutul family have gone undiscovered as giants.
- Ironically, in Norse mythology, Víðarr was one of the sons of the god Odin, that is, Thor's brother. Although he is a god associated with revenge, it is unlikely that the inspiration of the character in the series went beyond the mythological name. In the Ragnarok series, Vidar represented the giants as the worst opponents of the Gods and the main challenge that Magne / Thor had to face.