- Mythical Number: #3330
- Culture: Norse
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Behaviour: Deadly
According to Bishop Pontoppidan of the 18th century, Troll Fisk the generic name in Scandinavian language used to describe a sea monster of no specific description in Norse mythology.
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