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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by ShadowReaper » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:29 pm

-shakes- head, never mind...its all wolven lore right? -is really tired-
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Blindseer » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:34 pm

no, it isnt.
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by ShadowReaper » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:38 pm

if its folklore that has to do with wolves...thats wolven lore to me. -shruggs- guess it depends on your definition of it. I'm going with the very general one.
The beast that holds you over the raging inferno,
Much as one holds a spider,
Or some loathsome insect over the fire,
ABHORS You...
Her wrath towards you burns like fire;
She looks upon you as worthy of nothing else,
But to be cast into the fire.

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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Blindseer » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:40 pm

ShadowReaper wrote:if its folklore that has to do with wolves...thats wolven lore to me. -shruggs- guess it depends on your definition of it. I'm going with the very general one.
stuff that was in some book doesnt count as lore.

the Fenris in celtic mythology counts as lore but not the one in the sight.
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by ShadowReaper » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:52 pm

I thought Tor also fell in there somehwere..at least thats what I remember from that old site I was on called Ghost Wolves...I miss that place.
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Much as one holds a spider,
Or some loathsome insect over the fire,
ABHORS You...
Her wrath towards you burns like fire;
She looks upon you as worthy of nothing else,
But to be cast into the fire.

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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Darkwalker » Sun Jan 27, 2008 6:59 pm

In Norse mythology, the giant wolf Fenrir was one of the trickster god Loki's monstrous brood. He was a wolf larger than a bear, and terribly strong. acording to the legend, Fnerir was so dangerous that the gods themselves decided to capture him, and had the dwarves make a rope out of the invisible things of the world. The god Tyr then distracted him so that the others could chian him against a great rock, but lost his hand in doing so. The gods succeded in binding fenrir, but it was said that he would break free to fight in the final battle of Ragnarock, the end of the world.
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Fenris » Mon Jan 28, 2008 8:42 am

Haha everyone know the legend of Fenris. Its a great story.

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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Eclipse » Mon Jan 28, 2008 9:03 am

Lol I like WereWolf myths the best..Don't know why..Think it's cool. ^-^
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Blindseer » Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:13 pm

Fenris wrote:Haha everyone know the legend of Fenris. Its a great story.
for some reason I have never heard it.
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Re: Favorite wolf lore?

Post by Darkwalker » Mon Jan 28, 2008 5:25 pm

Werewolf fun facts: In the dak ages, the europeans thought that werewolves came about by someone eating wolfsbane (belladonna), being bitten by another werewolf, or forgetting to go to confession for seven years. Signs of bieng a werewolf were having rough skin, excess hair on the hands and feet, and a foul smell. Also, werewolf ledgends date back even to the ancient Romans.
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