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Hugin and Munin are Crows, a type of Fae Shapeshifter.

Hugin
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First appearance: Destiny’s Child

Name:

Hugin

Aliases:

Hugin and Munin

Status:

Alive

Species:

Crow

Affiliation:

Dark Fae

Occupation:

Messenger
Henchman

Known Relatives:

Munin (Brother)
Wife (Unnamed)

Powers:

Shapeshifting
Magic

Portrayed by:

Jonathan Watton

Munin
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First appearance: Destiny’s Child

Name:

Munin

Aliases:

Hugin and Munin

Status:

Alive

Species:

Crow

Affiliation:

Dark Fae

Occupation:

Messenger
Henchman

Known Relatives:

Hugin (Brother)

Powers:

Shapeshifting
Magic

Portrayed by:

Joris Jarsky

Character arc

Hugin, along with his brother Munin, were agents for The Wanderer. He hired them to collect Bo after Tamsin threw the Rune Glass at her feet and marked her with its potion (Those Who Wander).

They used magical black smoke to capture and transport Bo to the Death Train.

Dyson-Lauren-Bo w Hugin and Munin (409)

Dyson and Lauren foil Hugin and Munin

On orders from The Wanderer, they cut off Acacia's right hand when Tamsin did not deliver Bo to him as quickly as he'd wanted (End of a Line).

Hugin and Munin were leaders of their Crow flock.

Personality

Relationships

Quotes

  • HUGIN: "My name is Hugin and I am the most humble servant of The Wanderer." – to Bo (and everyone at The Dal)
  • HUGIN: "My brother, Munin, and I took you from this shithole and brought you to his train. Our father's train....The Wanderer is a great man and a father to many." – to Bo
  • HUGIN: "Some call it Hel, some call it the netherworld. I call it France." – to Bo (describing Irkalla)

Trivia

  • The Crows worked for The Wanderer. Since The Wanderer is, by all indications, the Dark King and a Dark Fae, it can be concluded that the Crows are also Dark Fae.
  • In Norse mythology, Huginn and Muninn are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, and bring information to the god Odin. Huginn and Muninn's role as Odin's messengers has been linked to shamanic practices, the Norse raven banner, general raven symbolism among the Germanic peoples, and the Norse concepts of the fylgja and the hamingja. The names of the ravens are sometimes modernly anglicized as Hugin and Munin.[1]

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References


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