- The chant for this card in the anime is: "The all-seeing and all-powerful king who rules the heavens circling the north star, now show your might that reigns over the gods of Asgard! Synchro summon! He who rules the world ordained by the gods! The highest hod, "Polar God Sacred Emperor Odin"!" In the dub, it's "Divinity rises! Behold the ruler of all things! I synchro summon the ultimate Nordic god! Odin, Father of the Aesir!"
- In the anime this card's attack name is called Heaven's Judgment and its effect name is called Influence of Rune. In the dub, they were changed to Sacred Scepter Slash and Command of Rune respectively.
- In the original anime, this card's a DIVINE Divine-Beast. In the dub it is changed to a LIGHT Fairy.
- In the anime, when this card was played by Halldor against Yusei, it was shown to be much taller than all of New Domino City and the other Nordic Gods.
- When this monster comes back via its own effect in the anime, it descends from the sky.
- In episode 117, this card is shown when Team Ragnarok take out their Aesir cards. Halldor notes that even though a shockwave changed history, nobody besides themselves were affected and that was possibly because the three Aesirs were protecting them.
- In episode 123, this card appears in a flashback Halldor has when he explains to Team 5D's how he, Dragan, and Broder found the three Aesirs, how they got the Rune Eyes and how they formed themselves into a team. After Halldor obtained the Rune Eye during his time as a military pilot, he went into Dueling and later found this card within a tree root in a chamber in his family's mansion. Halldor then went on to find others who have the Rune Eye. Halldor later met Dragan who was saved from an avalanche by his Rune Eye. Halldor would then introduce himself and show this card to Dragan, stating that he is the owner of this card. Halldor later used this card to find "Loki, Lord of the Aesir" within its hidden location. Broder then stole "Loki" and tried to get away with it. He was pursued by Dragan, Halldor and Sebastian, but eventually Broder hit a boulder and crashed, however Broder's Rune Eye saved him from being killed. Broder was about to give "Loki" back, but Halldor and Dragan showed their Aesir cards to him. Halldor states that he was chosen to be "Loki's" wielder. He then convinced Broder to join him and Dragan, so they can stop the upcoming threat. All three would hold their new signature cards up and vow to defeat any evil force that would come in the future.
- After Halldor explains his backstory, Yusei Fudo suggests they work together, however Halldor shows this card and states the Aesirs don't see Team 5D's as allies. Halldor states he, his friends, and the Aesirs believe Yusei only carries a destiny of destruction as he was the son of Dr. Fudo who created Zero Reverse.
- In episode 126, this card appears in Broder's backstory when he explains to Crow that he was once a treasure hunter before he found a bunch of kids that were left for dead due to a war caused by Iliaster. He wished to find a way to help the kids and Iliaster, so he became their caretaker. After he was given the Rune Eye by "Loki" after meeting Halldor and Dragan, the three of them became Team Ragnarok.
- In episode 127, Halldor uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Yusei. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning two Einherjar Tokens with "Valkyrie of the Nordic Ascendant". In the next episode, Halldor activates this card's effect to make the Aesirs unaffected by Spells and Traps for one turn, thus making the Aesirs immune to the effects of "Monster Chain". "Loki, Lord of the Aesir" and "Thor, Lord of the Aesir" then attack and destroy two Compass Tokens. This card then attacks and destroys "Cosmic Compass". Later Halldor activates "Odin's Eye" to negate the effects of the Aesirs in order to see what Yusei's set card is. It is revealed to be "Wave Rebound". Halldor figures out that if he activates this card's effect to make the Aesirs unaffected by Spells and Traps for one turn, Yusei will Tribute "Majestic Star Dragon" to negate this card's effect and destroy all cards Halldor controls. Although the Aesirs will revive themselves via their own effects on the End Phase, Yusei will activate "Wave Rebound" to negate the summons and inflict damage to Halldor equal to the ATK of the Aesirs. Halldor chooses to not activate this card's effect in order to avoid losing. On Halldor's next turn, he activates this card's effect to make the Aesirs unaffected by Spells and Traps for one turn. Yusei, in response, Tributes "Majestic Star Dragon" to negate this card's effect and destroy all cards Halldor controls. On the End Phase, Halldor activates the last effects of the Aesirs to revive them, but Yusei activates "Wave Rebound" to negate the summons and inflict damage to Halldor equal to the ATK of the Aesirs, however Halldor activates the effect of "Gjallarhorn" from his Graveyard, returning it from his Graveyard to his Spell and Trap Card Zone and activating it. In the following episode, Halldor explains that due to the effect of "Gjallarhorn", the Special Summoning effects of the Aesirs can't be negated this turn, so "Wave Rebound" is wasted. With the Aesirs now revived, their secondary last effects activate. "Thor" inflicts 800 damage to Yusei, "Loki, Lord of the Aesir" allows Halldor to add "Odin's Eye" from his Graveyard to his hand, and this card allows Halldor to draw one card. On Halldor's next turn, he activates the effect of "Speed World 2" to remove ten Speed Counters and destroy "Stardust Phantom". Yusei then activates the effect of "Stardust Phantom" to revive "Stardust Dragon" in Defense Position. "Thor" then attacks "Stardust Dragon", but Yusei banishes "Stardust Phantom" from his Graveyard to grant "Stardust Dragon" the ability to avoid being destroyed in battle by giving up 800 of its ATK and DEF. Yusei then activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. "Loki" then attacks "Stardust Dragon", but Yusei activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. This card then attacks "Stardust Dragon", but Yusei sends "Stronghold Guardian" from his hand to the Graveyard in order to increase the DEF of "Stardust Dragon" by 1500 until the End Phase. Yusei then activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. Later "Shooting Star Dragon" (whose ATK was 4300 due to "Speed Spell - Star Force") attacks and destroys the three Aesirs (after Yusei activates the first effect of "Shooting Star Dragon" and it gains three attacks). On Yusei's End Phase, the ATK of "Shooting Star Dragon" returns to its original value and the Aesirs revive themselves via their own effects. On the End Phase, the ATK of "Shooting Star Dragon" goes back to normal. At the same time, the Aesirs revive themselves via their own effects. The secondary last effects of the Aesirs then activate. "Thor" inflicts 800 damage to Yusei, "Loki" allows Halldor to add "Gleipnir, the Fetters of Fenrir" from his Graveyard to his hand, and this card allows Halldor to draw one card. After Halldor Normal Summons "Tyr of the Nordic Champions", he activates "Odin's Eye". Halldor then Tributes "Tyr" to prevent the Aesirs from having their effects be negated by his card effects this turn. He then uses the effect of "Odin's Eye" to look at one of Yusei's set cards, but Yusei activates "Trick Mirror" to activate the effect of "Odin's Eye" as its effect and stops "Odin's Eye" from being activated, which means the Aesirs have their effects negated and Halldor must show all cards he currently has in his hand to Yusei. This card then attacks "Shooting Star Dragon", but Yusei activates the third effect of "Shooting Star Dragon" to banish it until the End Phase and negate the attack. Halldor attempts to attack with "Thor" or "Loki", but Yusei activates "Zero Force" to reduce the ATK of the Aesirs to 0. On Halldor's End Phase, the last effect of "Gjallarhorn" activates, banishing itself and the three Aesirs from the field and inflicting the combined ATK of the Aesirs as damage to Yusei, but since their combined ATK was 0, Yusei takes no damage. Since the Aesirs were banished, Halldor could no longer revive them through their own effects.
- In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in Halldor's explanation when he explains that Yusei planned to activate "Wave Rebound" when Halldor activates the effect of this card to make the Aesirs immune to Yusei's card effects for one turn and Yusei Tributes "Majestic Star Dragon" to negate the effect of this card and destroy the three Aesirs.
- In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in Halldor's backstory when he explains to Yusei that he has been waiting for this battle.
- In the third above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Yusei has when he remembers Halldor explaining the effects of "Odin's Eye". After remembering how the Trap Card works, Yusei realizes he can still make a comeback.
- In episode 138, Halldor used this card as part of Team Ragnarok's plan on using the three Aesirs, "Rainbow Bridge Bifrost", the old Ener-D reactor, and Team Ragnarok's Duel Runners to create a bridge for Yusei to use in order to get to the Divine Temple. The plan succeeds and Yusei and his allies use the bridge to get to the Divine Temple. Eventually Team Tagnarok's Duel Runners explode which causes the bridge to dissipate away, however Team 5D's and Vizor are able to make it to the Divine Temple before the bridge disappears.
- Halldor uses this in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus, as well as in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 6.
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