Asgard. He wears a God Robe like the other God Warriors but his Cosmo is likely to be dramatically superior to theirs, because he is a God. Despite his rank, he is hinted to be a lesser God compared to Poseidon (and thus to the higher rank Gods) but he has always protected Asgard and he is supposed to be a warrior God that may fight side by side with his faithful God Warriors and with the assistance of Hilda, his minister. He wields the powerful Balmung, a sword that grants powers close to world domination to anyone who obtains it, and it's also able to break the curse Poseidon applied on Hilda using the Nibelunghen Ring. His spirit resides in his God Robe but he hasn't reincarnated in the current era. In times of need, he allowed Seiya to wear his Robe to save Asgard. At the end of the Asgard arc, no God Warriors were left alive, but the people of Asgard will be protected as long as the Odin Robe remains in Asgard . Another version of Odin is also stated in the second film, but was never revealed. Besides the fact that Dolbar refers himself as the representation of Odin on Earth, it's not clear if he may be considered a simple attendant or his actual reincarnation.
|God Warriors||Alcor Zeta Bud • Alioth Epsilon Fenrir • Benetnasch Eta Mime • Dolbar • Dubhe Alpha Siegfried • Loki • Megrez Delta Alberich • Merak Beta Hägen • Midgard • Mizar Zeta Syd • Phecda Gamma Thor • Rung • Ullr|
|Other characters||Asgardians Soldier • Freya • Freya (film) • Odin • Polaris Hilda|
|Olympians||Apollo • Ares • Artemis • Athena • Hades • Poseidon • Zeus|
|Gods of Dreams||Modeler Morpheus • Portrayer Phantasos • Vision Icelus|
|Others||Abel • Dream Oneiros • Eris • • Hypnos • Lucifer • Odin • Thanatos|