When Athena, Frey, Freiya Bronze Saints go down the stairs of the palace of Valhalla, Midgard, Uru and Rungu stand in his way, Frey orders them to depart and after a while they do not move, Midgard blocks Shiryu's way but moves aside due to the order of Loki, Shiryu, feels a very familiar cosmos in him.
Migdard intercepts Shiryu in a forest while on his way to save Athena, this prompts Midgard to take off his helmet and mask, revealing his true identity, Hyoga. Shiryu, who approaches and squeezes his hand to greet him, but actually uses his freezing power to immobilize Shiryu's right arm. Hyoga then throws him into the air and hits him several times without resistance put by the Dragon because he does not consider Hyoga an enemy but a friend. Hyoga keeps attacking and Shiryu asks the reason why he acts that way, Hyoga says that when he came to Asgard he realized that Odin was the most powerful surpassing even Athena and that the god warriors are the most powerful out there, so he decided to become one of the holy warriors that serve Odin. After falling into a lake water He freezes it and prepares to deliver the coup da grace, Shiryu, determined to return his friend to normal prepares his Rozan Shoryuha. After both clash, Hyoga's god robe is destroyed and Shiryu filled with regret, falls to the frozen waters.
- Midgard is the term in Norse mythology for Earth, the world of men. The word means "Middle Enclosure", as Earth was at the center of the World Ash Tree, Yggdrasil (which represented the universe and from which the nine worlds of Nordic myth hung suspended).
- It is fitting that Hyoga, as the Cygnus Saint, briefly ended up as one of the God Warriors, as they are based on Nordic/Germanic myth and Wagnerian opera. In Germanic myth, there is a legend about a swan knight, usually named Lohengrin (Loherangrin), who arrives from nowhere in a boat drawn by the graceful birds to protect a maiden in danger of losing her inheritance. He soon marries her, but in return for his services, he asks that she never ask his real name. Ultimately, his bride is persuaded to ask the forbidden question; the swan knight reveals his name and his position as a knight who guards the Holy Grail but, due to the wife breaking her promise, he has to now leave her (in some variants, this is because a Grail Knight is forbidden to do good deeds unless they are done anonymously, as per the virtue of Humility). He steps back into his swan boat and departs, never to be seen again. This legend was adapted by the composer Richard Wagner into the famous opera Lohengrin.
| God Warriors of Odin|
|Representatives of Odin|
(Gothi and Terrene Agent)
|Drbal • Hilda • Andreas|
|Protectors of Asgard||Frey • Asgardian soldiers|
(Heated Battle of the Gods)
|Heimdall Drbal • Fenrir Loki • Midgardson Midgard • Þrymr Rung • Surtr Ullr|
(Asgard arc, anime-only)
|Dubhe Alpha Siegfried • Merak Beta Hägen • Phecda Gamma Thor • Megrez Delta Alberich • Alioth Epsilon Fenrir • Alcor Zeta Bud • Mizar Zeta Syd • Benetnasch Eta Mime|
(Soul of Gold)
|Gullinbursti Fróði • Níðhöggr Fafner • Tanngrisnir Heracles • Eikþyrnir Surt • Grani Sigmund • Hræsvelgr Baldr • Garmr Útgarðar|
|Affiliates||Freya • Freya • Lyfia|
|Locations||Asgard • Valhalla Palace • Yggdrasill|