Venerated as the Goddess of Fertility, Freya appears as a beautiful young blond woman. However, she is second only to Odin in terms of true power, commanding power over Life as well as Death. Freya also has the ability to theoretically materialize unlimitedly; only being limited by her creativity. Lenneth, on the other hand, is limited to souls absorbed by her. Meaning Valkyrie needs to release souls taken. Additionally, Freya is available as a playable character during two points in the game, the first being at Artolian Mountain Ruins and the second is at the Seraphic Gate.
Freya has a major roll in the game; she is second in command and in charge of the Valkyrie's vessel, she also has the power to seal powers as well as memories. At the start of the game she shows Lenneth the ropes by joining her at the Artolian Mountain Ruins as she traverses it. She periodically appearing to give Lenneth tips and showing her how to use different abilities. During the game, she keeps track of Lenneth's progress and wants a report after each chapter. If you play Lenneth poorly Freya has no choice but to put her into divine sleep and summon Hrist as a replacement because as she puts it: "We have time to repair a faulty machine". Like Hrist, Freya feels as she is above all humans and doesn't even show emotion for them. At the end of the game, during Ending A, she is seen crying over the death of Odin. Lenneth asks her why she can not show such emotions toward humans as well? But receives no answer.