6 replaced http://scifi.stackexchange.com/ with https://scifi.stackexchange.com/
source | link

This answer was flagged with a link to our policy on answers that cite religious works. According to that policy, an answer which states or strongly implies that a religious work is fiction should be deleted. Your answer does not specifically say that Norse mythology is fiction; however, the question asks for a fictional source (both in the title and body)the question asks for a fictional source (both in the title and body) so by answering it with a source from Norse mythology you are implying that Norse mythology is fictional (otherwise it wouldn't be an answer to the question). Consequently, I deleted your answer in accordance with our policy.

Regarding the (low) number of people who would consider Norse mythology their religion: it is not up to the moderators to decide what counts as a religion. If an answer citing a religious work is flagged as offensive or the flagger otherwise cites our policy on such answer then the responding moderator is obligated to delete the answer. Furthermore, one of the posts in the policy thread mentions some similarly ancient religions:

...most answers that treat religious texts (regardless whether they're Judeo-Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Shinto, Buddhist, Druidic, Pagan, Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek etc....)...

This answer was flagged with a link to our policy on answers that cite religious works. According to that policy, an answer which states or strongly implies that a religious work is fiction should be deleted. Your answer does not specifically say that Norse mythology is fiction; however, the question asks for a fictional source (both in the title and body) so by answering it with a source from Norse mythology you are implying that Norse mythology is fictional (otherwise it wouldn't be an answer to the question). Consequently, I deleted your answer in accordance with our policy.

Regarding the (low) number of people who would consider Norse mythology their religion: it is not up to the moderators to decide what counts as a religion. If an answer citing a religious work is flagged as offensive or the flagger otherwise cites our policy on such answer then the responding moderator is obligated to delete the answer. Furthermore, one of the posts in the policy thread mentions some similarly ancient religions:

...most answers that treat religious texts (regardless whether they're Judeo-Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Shinto, Buddhist, Druidic, Pagan, Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek etc....)...

This answer was flagged with a link to our policy on answers that cite religious works. According to that policy, an answer which states or strongly implies that a religious work is fiction should be deleted. Your answer does not specifically say that Norse mythology is fiction; however, the question asks for a fictional source (both in the title and body) so by answering it with a source from Norse mythology you are implying that Norse mythology is fictional (otherwise it wouldn't be an answer to the question). Consequently, I deleted your answer in accordance with our policy.

Regarding the (low) number of people who would consider Norse mythology their religion: it is not up to the moderators to decide what counts as a religion. If an answer citing a religious work is flagged as offensive or the flagger otherwise cites our policy on such answer then the responding moderator is obligated to delete the answer. Furthermore, one of the posts in the policy thread mentions some similarly ancient religions:

...most answers that treat religious texts (regardless whether they're Judeo-Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Shinto, Buddhist, Druidic, Pagan, Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek etc....)...

5 replaced http://meta.scifi.stackexchange.com/ with https://scifi.meta.stackexchange.com/
source | link
4 replaced http://meta.scifi.stackexchange.com/ with https://scifi.meta.stackexchange.com/
source | link
3 replaced http://meta.scifi.stackexchange.com/ with https://scifi.meta.stackexchange.com/
source | link
2 added 833 characters in body
source | link
1
source | link