The Looming Darkness of the Morious
Wolf Companion to Terramus Triton.
- Tamed wolf, only listens to the commands of his partner, Terramus Triton.
- Full mooned nights bring out a primal side to Lobo… one that even Terramus Triton has trouble quelling
- His howl reverberates many miles… it sounds much more beautiful than the bays of other wolves or canines…its haunting, and soothing at the same time. Few can resist stopping and losing themselves to its tune…
- Can sense fear on any creature, and enters into a rage whenever his comrade Terramus Triton is under attacked.
- Teeth are as white as his coat, and his bite has the capability of severing limbs with one clench and rip.
- His Dragon scale armor is woven into his fur and clamped on his underside. It has been created to protect his entire face, body, and legs. His tail, feet, and a small portion of his underbelly are still exposed, though only the most trained of eyes can see the open spot on his stomach.
- Has one red eye, and one blue eye. However, his lone blue eye turns red whenever he enters into a rage, and his lone red eye turns blue whenever he is conversing with Terramus Triton
- His coat is as white as the beginning of time, and despite its scraggy and shagged appearance from afar, its texture is anything but. His fur is incredibly tough, bundles of it strewn together is powerful enough hold a gorilla wrapped up for any duration of time.
- In Norse mythology, Geri and Freki (also Gere and Freke) are a pair of wolves, companions of the god Odin. Freki is translated as “Ravenous.” Geri is “Greedy”
- Snorri Sturluson in Gylfaginning indicates that it is to these wolves that Odin gives his food when in Valhalla, for he has no need of it himself, subsisting solely on mead. His source for this myth is stanza 19 of Grímnismál.
- It was once told that Odin and his brothers created the world. In loneliness while traveling, Odin created the First Wolves, Geri and Freki, to accompany him in his travels and to be partners in the hunt. The wolves became Odin’s special companions. Wherever Odin went, the wolves went with him.
- Odin traveled all over the world with the wolves. This explains why there are wolves in so many places in the world. As they traveled with Odin, Geri and Freki left their grown offspring behind to enjoy the riches of the New World. Geri and Freki cured Odin’s loneliness. The way the wolves celebrated life filled Odin with joy.
- Odin also created two Ravens, Hugin and Munin to help scout ahead as they traveled. Hugin and Munin were very good at finding game and were always hungry, giving meaning to the word “ravenous.”
- Hugin and Munin were not able to take game by themselves, but teamed up with Geri and Freki they were well fed. To this day, you will often find ravens in the company of their friends the wolves. The ravens still scout out the game for the wolves and the wolves leave a share of the meal for the ravens in thanks.
- When Odin created the humans Embla and Ask (from whom all humans sprang), he instructed them to learn from the wolf The wolf could teach them how to care for their family, how to cooperate with each other in the hunt for food, and how to protect and defend their families.
- The wolf gave much wisdom and skill to the early humans. In the old times the wolf was respected. To be Wolf Clan (Ulfhednar) was a great honor. A Wolf Brother.
- Odin was said to have sired part human children known as the Volsungs/Wulfsungs (the double meanings in Old Norse/Old Germanic are Wolfs Young and Wolf’s Song) who were great warriors. There are entire sagas of their lies.
- The Volsungs were also said to be shape shifters. They were able to turn into wolves in battle and use this to their advantage, or at times to run with the wolves in the forest for the sheer joy and freedom of being a wolf. These are the Volsungs of the legends.
- It is said that Odin’s death was caused by a wolf, and that this death was the payment for oaths broken and deceptions done. This was an honorable death that Odin would have liked.