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Jormungand (Japanese: ヨツムンガンド Jotsmungand) is the basic dark tome in the magic hierarchy of Jugdral, present only in Genealogy of the Holy War and Thracia 776. Primarily exclusive to enemies as with dark magic in general, with its sole playable user between the two games being Salem in Thracia 776, it has no extra effect in Genealogy of the Holy War and when wielded by Salem in Thracia 776; however, when used by enemies in the latter game, it will poison its victim if it hits.
Genealogy of the Holy War
||Exclusively wielded by enemy Dark Mages and Dark Bishops. No playable unit can legitimately wield dark magic.
|Capture and steal
||Chapter 5, enemy Dark Mage, enemy Dark Bishop • Chapter 12, enemy Salem • Chapter 14, enemy Dark Mage(x9, reinforcement) • Chapter 14x, enemy Dark Mage(x4), enemy Codda • Chapter 16B, enemy Dark Mage(x25), enemy Linecock • Chapter 17A, enemy Dark Mage(x16), enemy Moore • Chapter 18, enemy Dark Mage(x12, reinforcement) • Chapter 21, enemy Dark Mage(x8, reinforcement) • Chapter 21x, enemy Dark Mage(x128, reinforcement) • Chapter 23, enemy Dark Mage(x2), enemy Alphand • Chapter 24, enemy Dark Mage(x19) • Chapter 24x, enemy Dark Mage(x137), enemy Dark Bishop • Final Chapter, enemy Dark Mage(x70)
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
|• Used in older versions of the Genealogy of the Holy War fan translation.|
• Used in the Thracia 776 fan translation.
• Used in the fandom outside of the fan translations.
• Used in the "Project Naga" patch.
||Jotsmungand. Corruption of Jörmungandr, a sea serpent and Loki's second son in Norse mythology.