Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 3 The Ship of the Dead Symbols & Objects

Rick Riordan
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The Big Banana

The Big Banana, the ship given to Magnus by his father Frey, symbolizes life and new growth. It exists as an opposite and a challenge to Naglfar. Where Naglfar is dull, the Big Banana is the bright yellow of summer. It provides home and a means of travel for the heroes. Their ship is the embodiment of their journey, and the ultimate purpose of their journey is preserve life.

Naglfar

Naglfar represents the death and destruction brought on by Ragnarok. The ship is the embodiment of death in both its construction from the nails of the dishonored dead, and the undead crew it shelters. It is presented as the opposite of Magnus's ship, the Big Banana.

Othala rune

The Othala rune symbolizes inheritances and family history. This symbol is connected to the lose of Hearthstone brother, and the abuse he and other characters face...

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