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When Odin went to Mimer to ask for a draught from his precious spring, he was growing impatient of the sparling water when Mimer the Giant refused.  Only the the giant ask for a boon in exchange for the draught--leaving one of  Odin's far-seeing eyes  at the bottom of his  well.  Odin hesitated. It was indeed a heavy price, and one that he could ill afford, for he was proud of his noble beauty. But he glanced at the magic fountain bubbling mysteriously in the shadow, and he knew that he must have the draught.

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