Vidi is the realm of Vidar, a god of strength in the Norse pantheon. It is located within the walls of Asgard.[1]

Vidi is a land of tall grass full of huge legendary animals, where deities go to hunt. Vidar also keeps his hall and stables here.[2]

The name Vidi is also applied to Vidar's hall.[3]

Creative originsEdit

Vidar's land is described in stanza 17 of Grimnismal, a poem in Old Norse narrated by Odin:[4]

"With brush is grown
and with high grasses
Víðar's land, Viði;
and there the son shows himself
on horseback
bold to avenge his father."


  1. On Hallowed Ground (1996), p.144.
  2. Planes of Chaos, Book of Chaos (1994), p.112.
  3. On Hallowed Ground (1996), p.149.
  4. Grimnismal, Poetic Edda.
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