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In a deleted scene from the deluxe edition of Brisingr, when Nar Garzhvog was telling Eragon about some Urgal myths, he told the story of Ahno the Trickster. In it, Ahno's father, the god Svarvok, forges iron rungs for several years so as to climb to the top of Yngla Mountain and steal back a magic spear stolen from him by the dragon Ënurfala. Whether Yngla Mountain actually ever existed is open to speculation, as it has not been referenced anywhere else in The Inheritance Cycle and may have merely been an Urgal legend.