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The fire giants were led by Surtr, who raged across the world in an inferno during Ragarnok.
Fenrir is the great wolf of Norse Mythology, and also Loki's son—a brother seeking out a brother, perhaps? The preview states Magnus is attacked by a fire giant.It's then explained that the longer one stays in their shifted form, the more their human mind will slip away.Take too long, and they'll remain in that form forever.As the summary states, a fire giant attacks leads to Magnus choosing between his life or the lives of innocents.While Magnus does steal, he does seem like he'd choose to save the innocents.Please correct me if you know of any weapons called the sword of summer, or if you have any other ideas.
Magnus has been shown to display both skill in thievery and a tendency to enact his own Robin Hood style of justice.
As far as I know, there is no sword in Norse mythology called that.
Freyr's sword was one of the only weapons without a name given to it.
In honor of that, Odin will allow some of his chosen to act as the Camp's Cadre of Foreign Bodyguards.
It's one of the more famous weapons from Norse mythology and it would also mesh well with Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, being the subject of the second book.
It would also continue with the concept of cycles that seem prevalent in Rick Riordan's works, wit someone else taking up his mantle if Ragnarok happens.