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At the end of Chapter 4, Freyr is kidnapped by his sister Freyja, with the help of Plumeria and Triandra, and since he gave away Gullinkambi, his only defense against Freyja and the Dökkálfar, to the Order of Heroes.
In Chapter 9, Freyja forces the necklace Brísingamen onto Freyr, allowing her to have access to both the power of Dreams and Nightmare, and as a result become omnipotent.
In Chapter 10, Freyr blames himself for letting her sister Freyja steal all of the power of dreams so that the Order of Heroes will never escape Dökkálfheimr. When Freyja finally found them and was about to kill the Order of Heroes, Freyr was left with no choice: In order to weaken his sister by barring her the access the power of Dreams, they must kill him, which they reluctantly complied to do so. He then tells his sister that he was glad to see her face, even though his words were not good enough to reach her. And then, he succumbs to his wounds, angering Freyja for losing her own brother.
Freyr is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:
- Dream-King of Ljósálfheimr, the dream realm. He is the god of dreams and wishes for all to lead tranquil, blissful lives.
- Freyr is the first Heroes original character who does not have any skills to attack.