Spirit derives from Norse mythos.
Angrboða's name is related to “foreboding.” She may or may not be the same goddess as Gullveig.
Not only is Angerboda’s identity unclear, but she is also virtually impossible to classify: she may be a giantess (Jötunn), a troll-queen, a member of the Vanir pantheon, or some or all of the above.
She's married Loki and had 3 children: Hel, Jötunheimr, and Fenrir. She may be something so old, she defies definition. She is a shape- shifter, which accounts for some of this confusion.
Angerboda is a spirit of death and destruction as well as birth and life. She is Freya’s personal messenger. When a childless king and queen petition Freya’s help, she sends Angerboda to them in the form of a crow, bearing an apple of fertility. The queen quickly conceives and bears a healthy child.
Guardians protects its summoning location - intended for Places of Power and Portals.
Summoning ingredients requires: Garlic and Petrified Wood