|Featured in||Dragon Ball: Cold Vengeance|
Ice Age Coming
|Discovery date||April 17th, 539 Age|
|Parent star type||K-type main-sequence|
|Orbital period||792.18 d|
|Satellite names||Hrimthursa, Niflungar, Nidhug, Hvergelmir, Elivagar|
|Equatorial radius||8421.33 km|
|Polar radius||8393.21 km|
|Surface area||41.8% land|
|Equatorial surface gravity||68.649 m/s2|
|Composition||64.38% nitrogen (N2)|
33.27% oxygen (O2)
1.09% methane (CH4)
1.01% carbon dioxide (CO2)
0.25% trace elements
|Sentient species 1 population||n/a|
|Number of major cities||0|
|Technology level||Tier 7|
Niflheim is a mining world owned by Audacci.
History[edit | edit source]
During Dragon Ball: Cold Vengeance, Ledas was traveling through space, as space bounty hunters are wont to do. It was during a break from such missions that Ledas ventured to Niflheim. It was a cold, icy world. Its entire surface was covered in snow, though it had many frozen rivers and lakes and even some snow-covered forests. Ledas briefly trained on the planet and fought against some bug-like natives before sensing Yuki's invasion of a nearby planet. Feeling her incredible power, he excitedly ran back to his pod and raced off after her, accidentally leaving behind Verlate's mind prison, which was holding The Benefactor at the time.
At the conclusion of Cold Vengeance, Ledas remembered that he had left the mind prison on Niflheim and flew to the planet to retrieve it. However, he could not find it upon landing there, so he destroyed the planet to make sure, even if The Benefactor had managed to escape from it, that he would die with the planet.
In Ice Age Coming, it was revealed that The Benefactor did indeed escape from the mind prison, eventually finding a mining town on the other side of the planet. After slaughtering the miners, he attempted to escape on a cargo ship, but was stopped by Audacci. She took him from Niflheim soon after, offering the warrior an alliance, due to the power she sensed in him.
Notable facts[edit | edit source]
- This is the only planet Ledas is ever shown to have destroyed.
- Though this planet was inhabited by a species of bug-like aliens, they were not sentient.
- Niflheim is one of the nine worlds in Norse mythology. The planet was named by the Mrovians, who had discovered the planet some time before the start of Cold Vengeance.
Population[edit | edit source]
- Niflheim's space pirate population:
- At height: 41.
- At lowest point: 0.
Status[edit | edit source]
Niflheim was destroyed by Ledas.