Fenrir is the giant wolf-like Jötunn who, alongside Hel and Jormungand, become Avatars of Nidhoggr upon receiving a piece of the cosmic serpent's soul and power to aid its revival via. Ragnarok Plan prior to the series. He is father of twin wolf-like Jötunn Skoll and Hati.
Personality & CharacterEdit
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
- Wolf Jotunn Physiology:
- Supernatural Strength: Fenrir possesses tremendous strength greater than his sons.
- Supernatural Durability: Fenrir' flesh, like other celestials, more resistant to injuries than any living beings in Midgard.
- Regenerative Healing Factor: In addition of uncanny durability, injuries that Fenrir sustained will quickly healed in the same rate with lightning weasels'.
- Immortality: Like other celestials, Fenrir is immortal, as the only way to kill him is by destroying his core.
- Supernatural Speed: Befitting to his wolf-like physiology, Fenrir can run very fast, even able to match Biri Biri's supernatural speed.
- Supernatural Senses: Befitting to his wolf-like physiology, Fenrir possess acute sense of smell and hearing.
- Night Vision: Befitting to his wolf-like physiology, Fenrir need little to no light sources to see in the dark.
- Magic: Like all celestials, Fenrir possesses tremendous magical powers.