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User avatar #2 - superhoody (06/27/2013) [-]
I believe he gives birth to the wolf too, and when the wolf is killed they tie Loki up with the guts of his own son. Norse Mythology is crazy.
#378 to #2 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
You are kinda right, but like superhoody said, it's not fenrir. The wolfguts that loki is tied up with, is one of his other sons that was transformed into a wolf together with his brother, and it was the brother that killed the wolf that he is tied up with. And now the other brother roams j├Ârmungard, because of what he did. So yes, Norse Mythologi is crazy, but cool.
#285 to #2 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
If I remember correctly, he also gave birth to the 8-legged horse. Odin was like "Omg dude that's so ******* awesome" so Loki's 8-legged horse baby became Odin's steed.
#216 to #2 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
Actually, before Loki got a thing for the crazy magic lady. He had two sons. Normal sons mind you. But eh, Loki went down with the crazy magic lady. After som Frost Giant on Crazy Magic God Woman action, the results were Fenrir, Sleipnir, Jormugand and Hel, the Half Frost Giant, Half God, who were bannished because she was the daughter of the crazy magic god woman. So she was cast into Niflhel.
As punishment for having several children with the magic crazy lady, his two sons were cursed. One of his sons was turned into a wolf, his other son was dismembered and after Loki himself was cast into Niflheim, his sons guts surrounded hit, then turned to iron, chaining Loki to the floor, until the time of Ragnarok.
#384 to #216 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
Both of his sons was turned into a wolf, and one of them dismembered the other one, when he had the wolflike mind, and now the survivor roams J├Ârmungard.
#217 to #216 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
It's pretty metal.
User avatar #36 to #2 - syntheticdoll (06/27/2013) [-]
Okay, that's it, I'm converting to Norse religion (is there a word for it?) right now.
User avatar #205 to #36 - NinjaHermit (06/28/2013) [-]
Look up "neo-paganism". It's an actual thing. Some people legitimately have gone back to worshiping Odin and whatnot.
User avatar #46 to #36 - nidhugg (06/27/2013) [-]
Yea, it's called Norse mythology.
User avatar #48 to #46 - syntheticdoll (06/27/2013) [-]
Considering I couldn't figure out this myself... you may call me a retard now.
#56 to #48 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/27/2013) [-]
Or, in close circles of people mainly interested in the religion for Thor... It is Hammer Time
User avatar #47 to #46 - nidhugg (06/27/2013) [-]
Or Scandinavian mythology.
#3 to #2 - superhoody (06/27/2013) [-]
Sorry, its a different wolf than Fenrir actually. But still one of his sons.
#318 to #3 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
it IS fenrir
#242 to #3 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, according to Norse Mythology the world resides on a branch on a gigantic tree. Also, the ocean is made from a god that jacked off, filling large areas with his cum..
User avatar #103 to #3 - newforomador (06/27/2013) [-]
Yea, Fenrir was seen as a danger to the gods and was eventually tied up with a cloth made by the dwarves that was harder then the best steel the Asgardians could make.
#292 to #103 - piedOL (06/28/2013) [-]
Norse mythology sounds 						*******					 awesome. I know there are a lot of split stories to read, just like with Greek mythology, but would there happen to be any single, coherent text that legit covers Ragnarok and events related to it? That'd be a novel I could seriously get into.
Norse mythology sounds ******* awesome. I know there are a lot of split stories to read, just like with Greek mythology, but would there happen to be any single, coherent text that legit covers Ragnarok and events related to it? That'd be a novel I could seriously get into.
User avatar #295 to #292 - newforomador (06/28/2013) [-]
I don't know about a book that would be in the perspective of a god during Ragnarok, but right here describes the events that go on pretty well You need to login to view this link This site is the best I've found so far for Norse Mythology.
#7 to #3 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/27/2013) [-]
And then they get another serpent to sit above him and drip venom into his eyes for all eternity, or until he breaks free and begins Ragnarok
User avatar #92 to #7 - mistercookie (06/27/2013) [-]
Nah Ragnarok starts with 3 years of war and then the fimbulwinter.
User avatar #4 to #3 - themasterdocter (06/27/2013) [-]
Alright, cause I was going to say that Fenrir kills Odin in Ragnarok.
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