Heavy chain with two wolves biting the connection point ring. The Spear is called Gungnir and is said never to miss its target. Two more wolves have significant roles in Nordic mythology. They are not as evil as Fenrir, and they accompany Odin, the All-father, on his ventures. Their names are Geri and Freki.
The two are most often seen at Odin's side when he is in Valhalla, feasting with the warriors who dwell in its numerous halls. They are said to devour those who would present false information to or otherwise lie to Odin.
Gungnir is the mighty spear of the major Norse mythology god, Odin, which was fashioned for him by the dwarves known as the Sons of Ivaldi and is said never to miss its target. What is unique about Gurnir? Firstly, it always reached the target when throwing a spear, and no material could stand against this weapon. After the throw, Gungnir always returns, like the great Thor’s Mjölnir. Swears given on the Gurnir became eternal and indestructible.