"Fár bregður hinu betra ef hann veit hið verra." — The Saga of Grettir the Strong, chapter 78
Vengeance of Sif (Elder)
Seiðr’s Sacrifice (Athro)
Wisdom of Vanir (Adren)
Vor's Judgement (Fostern)
Baldr's Promise (Cliath)
Auspice: Theurge Tribe:Get of Fenris Position: Jarl of the South East Notable Traits: Mark of the Predator, Get of Fenris Pure Breed x4
The Fenrir called Aslaug, daughter of Ragnar, carries herself with a supreme air of power despite her diminutive size. Standing at just over five feet and boasting the tell-tale platinum blond hair and fierce blues eyes of fine breeding (Pure Breed x4), the Elder Theurge is every inch the mystic and warrior.
Traditionally, her attire consists of finely-tanned leathers transformed into functional clothing. Leather pants of dark brown, a leather half-bodice of black and the odd leather satchel thrown about her shoulder most often adorn Aslaug's figure.
Ever-present at her side, the powerful Fetish weapon known as the Hammer of Red Winds hangs at-ease. The hammer, forged, carved and leather-worked with the absolute peak of craftsmanship, is smaller than most Fenrir warhammers (making it ideal for throwing). A score of various powers have, off and on, been attributed to the Fetish ranging from the ability to bestow flight to the quaking of an oncoming thunder-clap.
Scions of Vanir
The Scions of the Vanir are a deeply spiritual line of Fenrir who can trace their lineage back several generations. Believing themselves hand-chosen to act as warriors of the Gods, each member of the lineage is expected to undertake and master at least one style of combat and/or craft before the enter the age of maturity.
The Scions of the Vanir are deeply superstitious, placing a great deal of emphasis on the importance of divination, Rune Casting and maintaining a positive relationship with the Norn. Once a year, the Scions of the Vanir gather in the freezing winters to celebrate their reverence for the future-seeing Spirits.
"You couldn't kill me if you tried for a hundred years." — Lagertha, Vikings
"Our pack Fenrir? I'm sure there's a lot that could be said...but just go read the Chronicles of the Norse Gods in your spare time. They get pretty close to how epic she actually is." — Howl-of-Thunder "Thor. She's Thor. My packmate is Femme Thor. How cool is that?" — Keeper-of-Scion "She's my sister, without question. Where I picked up the world of AKs and silencers? She picked up warhammers and shields. Together? We're about the most lethal brother-sister pair you'll ever meet." — Ghost Writer "The Apache say 'it is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand'. She is the truth to that proverb." — Secrets Unearthed "She's a master of very weapon you put in her hand, she can stand through a hail of wounds unharmed and she can fucking fly. Is there really anything else you need to know?" — Feather's Weight "My sister is everything a Fenrir should be: strong, fierce, proud and determined. She embodies the Tribe, and she shines brighter than the sun. I treasure her wisdom, I admire her ferocity...most importantly, I love her." — Giselle Jager "I find you wise." — Bows-Only-to-Fenris, Jarl of the Fenrir "I am Wendigo. She is Fenrir. Our histories should make us enemies, and yet we are friends. Perhaps, in our unity, there will be progress." — Wakes-the-Winter "Aslaug-Rhya? Yeah I've heard the name, who hasn't? She's a pretty straight shooter and has managed to say some pretty poignant shit. But she kinda reminds me of a movie quote that goes a little something like this, "You punched me in the boob! Prepare to die, obviously." - Roxy Richter (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) " — Alvarez "I conceal my secrets because I am a trickster. She conceals them because she is sublime." — Hela Vördottir "Words Words Words" — Name