Chapter 619 - The Arrival of the Valkyrie in Scandinavia
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I, The Dragon Overlord Chapter 619 - The Arrival of the Valkyrie in Scandinavia

The Scandinavian Peninsula is located in the northwest corner of Europe, bordered by the Baltic Sea, the Norwegian Sea, and the Barents Sea in northern Europe, with Russia and northern Finland to its north.

The Scandinavian Peninsula is home to two countries: Norway in the west and Sweden in the south. Due to its high latitude, this region experiences long winter nights, and it is also the birthplace of Norse mythology.

In the central part of Sweden, about 70 kilometers north of the capital Stockholm, there is a city named Uppsala. It is the fourth-largest city in Sweden with a population of 130,000.

Before the 11th century, the Swedish people practiced a polytheistic faith in the Aesir gods. Uppsala was an ancient city and the religious center of Sweden. However, with the arrival of Christianity in the 11th century, and the subsequent campaigns of the Crusades, the city and the country gradually converted to Christianity, and Sweden became a predominantly Christian nation.

Uppsala was the last bastion of native Swedish mythology, but it too fell under the onslaught of the Christian forces.

However, in some remote villages surrounding Uppsala, the ancient faith of the Aesir gods persists, stubbornly surviving in this land.

Today, the town of Arinad in the north of Uppsala was brightly lit. Nestled in the mountains, this town was often inaccessible to outsiders due to its remote location. Almost everyone in the town knew each other, and they led a relatively secluded life.

Due to Sweden's welfare system, which is often described as a transition from capitalism to socialism, young residents of Arinad rarely left their hometown to seek employment elsewhere. Moreover, Uppsala, despite being called Sweden's fourth-largest city, had a population of just over 100,000 people. This highlights how sparsely populated most of the country is, except for the capital.

Due to their good welfare system, many youths found jobs within the town and prefer to stay and build their lives there. Arinad, while small, had all the am

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