When Ymir's master disappeared, she set out on a journey to find him, motivated to fulfill her promise. Though new dangers met her at every turn, she kept the same bright smile on her face, no matter how bitter or challenging her adventure became. When she at least saw him again, her smile would be Ymir's greatest gift to her master. Nor did she forget it was strength he granted her that allowed her to continue doing so.
Ymir is masculine name of Old Norse origin and it is predominantly used in Scandinavian. Variations of Ymir include Ymeer, Ymeere, Ymire, and Ymyr.
In Norse mythology, Ymir, Aurgelmir, Brimir, or Bláinn is a primeval being born of primordial elemental poison that dripped from the icy rivers Élivágar and lived in the grassless void of Ginnungagap, and the ancestor of all jötnar. Ymir birthed a male and female from the pits of his arms, and his legs together begat a six-headed being. The gods Odin, Vili, and Vé fashioned the Earth (elsewhere personified as a goddess Jörð) from his flesh, from his blood the ocean, from his bones the hills, from his hair the trees, from his brains the clouds, from his skull the heavens, and from his eyebrows the middle realm in which mankind lives, Midgard.