Blood Rage Men’s

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Fenrir is a giant wolf of Norse mythology, born from the union between the god Loki and the giantess Angrboða, together with the queen of the dead Hel and the Miðgarðsormr.

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Like the father, he has an extraordinary intelligence and even manages to speak making himself a strong opponent both physically and mentally.
When the gods learned that Fenrir was raised
together with Hel and the Miðgarðsormr in
Jotunheimr, the land of the giants, they decided to bring them in front of Odin to decide what to do with them: the prophecies said that such creatures would only come from misfortunes.

While Hel was sent to reign in the underworld, and the Miðgarðsormr sunk on the ocean floor, not knowing what to do with Fenrir, the Gods kept him close to them.

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Its continued growth led the gods to send Skyrnir, Freyr's servant, to Svartálfaheimr, the kingdom of the dark elves, to ask certain dwarves to prepare a
magical chain that was impossible to break.

The gods then went to an island called Lyngvi, on Lake Ámsvartnir, and there they summoned Fenrir, who suspiciously fearing some spell and deception hesitated before agreeing to be tied, but only on one condition. That Týr sacrificed his hand which Fenrir instantly cut off, when he tries to free himself from the chain with all his strength, without succeeding.

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He tried several times to bite his jailers, so much so that they stuck a sword between his two jaws, so that he could no longer close them. Since then Fenrir remained chained on the island, and so he will have to remain until the end of the world. Mad with rage, the great wolf howled and drooled, so that a river called Ván formed from his saliva.

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When the end of the world comes, the Ragnarǫk, in which all the ties will be broken, even the magical chain that binds Fenrir will melt. The wolf, once again free, will attack the Gods, along with the other forces of chaos and darkness.

It will be so large, and will open its mouth with such ferocity, that the lower jaw will touch the ground and the upper jaw will touch the sky: but if there was more space, it would open it even more. So big and strong as to devour the Father of All, Odin. Then he will engage in a deadly fight with Viðarr, son of Odin, destined to avenge his father by killing him with a blow of the sword to the heart.

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