- Mythical Number: #1106
- Culture: Norse
- Attribute: Celestial
- Behaviour: Friendly
One of the Alaisiage from the myths of the Teutonic people. These were heavenly spirits and were the principle assistance of the god of war. One of their most important tasks was to descend to earth at the end of a battle and choose the most courageous and valiant warriors who had been slain. They would then carry the souls of these men to the Upper World where they would train and fight as celestial warriors known as the Einherjar.
Bede was one of the spirits that were later developed into the beliefs of the Alaisiage. The other Alaisiage were Friagabi, Baudihille and Finnilene.
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