The Norse gods were a group of deities in ancient Germanic religion. These gods included Odin, Thor, Freya and Loki, among many others. The Norse gods were said to be powerful and immortal, living in the land of Asgard. They were responsible for governing the different aspects of life such as war, fertility and death. The Norse gods had an afterlife in Valhalla where they would feast with fallen warriors and heroes. They also had various magical artifacts and weapons that gave them special powers.