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The Asgardians need to see what I see. They need to see you, a Midgardian, fighting with everything she has for her world. They need to see you fight so that they know they are not alone. I shall miss you, Annabelle Riggs. Now... go kick their asses.
Fear can be a powerful tool... but it is fleeting at best. Sooner or later, its hold over mankind will break. And once the shadows are exposed by the light, once the true nature of the darkness is revealed, it can never hold the same power. And in that moment, the shadow itself can know fear. I have to wonder, now that you feel the tide shifting beneath you... tell me, Sin -- are you afraid?
This is what Lord Odin always intended for me. Once I've collected the hammers, I'll make my final journey to Valhalla. This place will cease to exist...at least in every way that matters...and the Serpent's weapons will vanish, too.
Ya know what I hate? I know... I know... Easy answer might be that I hate myself. Nah. That ain't it. Way I feel right now...after everything I did...everyone I hurt... I don't think enough of myself to hate. When I held that hammer...when it had ahold of me...I couldn't stop myself. And I still remember every ugly thing the Serpent's avatar -- Angrir -- whispered in my head. But now...more'n anything...I hate the idea of hurting my friends.
You know...for many years I was used against my will...used for evil. But guilt can be a cruel master, too, if you let it. I'd never suggest that you forget the things you've done. But rather than letting your shame crush you, I'd suggest you work to set things right.
Then I would give you another choice, an offer, a -- position of sorts. When they perish in the fields of war, you will carry the souls of deserving warriors to a place called Valhalla -- where they shall know everlasting peace. You will be their protector, and their guide, when they leave the mortal realm. ... But you will be more, as well. You will be a symbol. Men will commit great acts of bravery and sacrifice, for just the hope of glimpsing your face. You will inspire them. And I give you my word, girl, if you do this, one day, many ages from now, when your service is finished -- you will join your last love there, in paradise. This is your calling, Brunhilde of Wrlstead Arms, if you would have it -- you will be my Valkyrie.