Here are list of creatures and entities in Little Witch Academia Tetralogy: Ragnarok

Magical Creatures and BeastsEdit

Pomokai HoloholonasEdit

See: Pomokai Holoholona (Ragnarok Tetralogy)

Anthropomorphic living forms of magic created by Nine Olde Witches as witches' first familiars.


Svartálfars, also known as Architects or Dark Elves, is a race from Svarftalheim known for their astounding talent of magical craftsmanship that made witch-blacksmiths of Thapoli looked pale in comparison and second race who visited Midgard. Svartálfars lives in homes/colonies under the rocks, in caves and underground. Hreidmar was the most famous ruler this realm.

They have forged magical gifts for Celestials which powers comparable to Ciaomh Solais and Grand Triskellion combined such as Mjölnir (and its metamorphic counterpart Thunder Arrow) and Gungnir, Odin's spear.


Undead Valravn Ragnarok

Corvina, valravn who reanimated as draugr

A hostile race of raven-like monsters that terrorized Danish before wiped out by Witch Community due to deemed too deadly to let around, moreso than dragons. In its natural form, they looked like large raven with 4 eyes, but upon consuming human heart, they gain more humanoid form: Evolved Valravn retain their raven head, wings legs, and feathers, but their torso become more humanoid and gains human-like arms complete with opposable thumbs.

Veðrfölnir (Mythical Creature)Edit

Veðrfölnir (Old Norse: "storm pale", "wind bleached", or "wind-witherer"), sometimes modernly anglicized as Vedrfolnir, Vedfolnir or Vethrfolnir, is a mythical creature mentioned in Little Witch Academia: Ragnarok. It is a hawk who sitting between the eyes of an unnamed eagle that is perched on top of the world tree Yggdrasil. The hawk and the eagle trade insults with the dragon Nidhogg who is located at Yggdrasil's roots in Niflheim. The insults are carried back and forth by the squirrel Ratatosk.

Akko's Primordial Avatar, currently known as Vethrvolnir, named herself after the hawk upon fully restored from Dream Fuel Spirit.

Fenris BroodEdit

LWA Ragnarok OC Race Fenris Brood

Fenris Brood

Fenris Broods are a race of wolf-like magical creature descended from wolf Jötunn Fenrir himself in the same way Titans to Jötunns and Jormund Broods to Jormungand. Though fenris broods are not specifically evil themselves, they are bred by rogue witches as mounts, foot soldiers, guard dogs, and/or assassins in Norway, particularly Fang of Fenris coven. Highly intelligent creatures, they have a human-level intelligence like Fenrir and even able to speak like Pomokai Holoholonas, but seen as destructive beasts due to their notorious reputation.

In appearance, fenris broods are wolf-like creature around the size of tiger with white markings and spike-like protrusions across the spine similar to Skoll's.

Jormund BroodEdit



Draugrs are undead beings characterized with unmistakable stench of decay, superhuman strength and resilience in spite of their desiccated form, retaining intelligence and memories in life, and magical powers including ability to turn into wisp of smoke as means to travel around and phasing through walls and doors. They usually came to existence when a mean or unpleasant person not buried in proper manner (usually by not put the remains in horizontal position) and his/her grave exposed to malevolent forces. Draugr rose to either guard treasure that buried alongside their remains, torment and/or killing those who wronged them, or simply wreaking havoc on mortals.

Draugrs are noted to be most foul and dangerous undead spiritual witches ever faced. Their appearance alone can terrify those who looked upon their hideous form, sometimes drove victims insane that they commit suicide rather than killed. While susceptible to dismemberment, spectral magic, and fire, the endeavor to dispatch draugr is very difficult and dangerous that anyone who wanted to dispatch draugrs are advised not to face them alone.



See: Deities (Little Witch Academia Tetralogy: Ragnarok)

Deities, also known as Celestials, are race of immortal, all-powerful supernatural entities predating the dawn of all life in universe, with each being a prime authority in the pantheon that they established or belonged to.