The book itself seems to be bound in some kind of black leather with an arrow pattern covering the front of the book, with plain white pages inside. The book is a hollowed out segment where he keeps a few leaves of Florem Mortem and his pipe for smoking.
Uses and effects
Odinuses the notebook to keep some kind of record, displaying a series of numbers and letters. The purpose of these records have yet to be revealed. He also uses the notebook to draw, doodling Ava after first meeting her.
Odin survives the crash, thanks to being encased in Maggie's vines. He remains unconscious for a while in Gil's house. When Odin awakens, Gil tells him the unfortunate fate of his spaceship. Distraught and a bit angry, Odin searches for his things in the ruins. While he worries about his missing ring, Odin's little sisters, Crow and Raven Arrow switch out the red gem in his ring with a tracking device and they throw it to Odin, who believes it is really his ring. He also manages to find his coat and book.
- On page 0568 there is a drawing of a fox in the corner of the book. This fox, presumably drawn by Odin, is the same as a fox plush Ava is depicted holding in one of the official prints.
Significant ObjectsAva's battle-axe ◆ Chattermina telephone ◆ Cursed wine ◆ Door of Lust ◆ Drawer of Wrath ◆ Florem Mortem ◆ Gate to Paradise ◆ Limbo Lenses ◆ Maggie's doorknob ◆ Maggie's rose ◆ Odin's notebook ◆ Strategos Six's Sword ◆ Vials ◆ Wrathia's heart key ◆ Wrathia's Plan