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Death of a Fenrisian Wolf

 
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Submitted: 03/05/2013
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#2 - tiredandhungry (03/05/2013) [-]
Screw the wolf, you need ************
User avatar #4 - deadrifler (03/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
He would not wear the pelt of his wolf, there is no honor in wearing a pelt you did not earn. Look at it from a hunter aspect, if you are a true hunter, you would not take the pelt of a kill you did not make and use it as a trophy. The talismans and wolf cloaks many wear, they hunted themselves.

Ragnar "Blackmane" Thunderfist is a good example of this, as a recruit he managed to kill a fenrisian wolf. The breed of Fenrisian wolf was a Blackmane, a ferocious breed that is larger than a common Fenrisian wolf. Blackmanes are considered to be the size of a draft horse. The largest breed is a Thunderwolf, which has anatomy more similiar to a Rhino then that of an actual wolf, an extremely solitary creature with most being about 8 feet tall and some said to be the size of a Rhino APC.

Here you go by the way.

"The wolves are a point of conflict between many chapters and the Space Wolves, especially when they have to squeeze into a Rhino with one or suffer it's panting during a tactical briefing" Deathwatch First Founding pg. 108

So Space Wolves do bring their wolves with them, a common Fenrisian wolf or Blackmane would be the most likely "companion" for a Deathwatch Space Wolf, because Thunderwolves are concerned to be extremely aggressive and solitary.(Not to mention most wouldn't fit in the places a SW would go. lol)
#3 - trollmobile (03/05/2013) [-]
all i know is that Fenris was the evergrowing wolf chained by the dwarves, and that his breaking free was the sign of the start of ragnarok.

in norse mythology.
his chain was made from women's beard and the roots of moutains.
also i think odin killed him.
User avatar #1 - highclassbean (03/05/2013) [-]
you should ask /tg/, not funnyjunk/
trust me on this, /tg/ is the way to go
though they may give you **** for it being about the space wolfs
and at /tg/ space yiff = space wolf
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