The most frequently the illustration of Wolf is the villain. Besides, there were times when wolves were helpful. In Norse mythology, wolves could represent both positive and negative sides. The most popular Wolf in the Norse mythology was Fenrir, the son of Loki, the Norse fraud and trickster. It was so because of its direct connection to Ragnarok. Fenrir was the most dangerous creature, and his appearance was the sign of incredible danger and horror.
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