Ragnarok: The Fall of Gods:
Ages ago Ragnarok, the prophesized fall of the Asgardian gods, was set to occur. However, the gods were not willing to simply submit to their doom, so they sent forth their elite warriors, the Valkyries to hunt down and destroy the humans destined to hasten the coming of Ragnarok. But several gods opposed this action, as they believed that the time of the gods had drawn to an end, and it was time for humans to control their own fates. Most prominent among these gods was Balder, the god of light, who stood valiantly against his peers before being struck down. The details of what happened after that point are still unknown, but one thing can be certain: the gods prevented Ragnarok from occurring. Now however, Ragnarok is set to begin again.
Now the human world is slowly dying as a result of the prolonged rule of the gods, and the time for their rule is at an end. The time for humans and mortals to control their own fates is now, but the gods are not about to give up their power and wait for their end. Odin the All-Father, the most powerful god and master of the universe, has ordered the destruction of all beings who would see Ragnarok through; be they human, elf, dwarf, giant, or demon. He has appointed the goddess Freya to this task, and she has sent her twelve Valkyries to hunt down all those who would bring about Ragnarok.
Little does Odin know however, that Freya seeks more than continued survival. She seeks power. All of it, and she will use Ragnarok itself to eliminate her competition so that she herself may become master of all the Nine Worlds. Additionally, the gods that once stood to protect the humans have been reborn (reincarnated), and are being sought out by the Valkyries so that they might be returned to death once more.