Fenrisulfr (3.5e Deity)

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Symbol: A werewolf holding a mandolin and goblet of wine standing in front of two interlocking male symbols
Home Plane: Chaotic Neutral Outer Plane
Alignment: CN
Portfolio: "The Supreme Lycanthrope" Mating, Alcohol, Music, Homosexuality, Werewolves, Wolves, Chaos
Clergy Alignments:
Favored Weapon: Longbow
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Fenrisulfr is both a god and a permanently shifted, hybrid, lycanthrope. He loves drinking, making love, listening to music, and screwing with mortals.


Fenrisulfr loves his followers, however this does not mean that he will not cause chaos in there lives from time to time. He encourages his followers to spread chaos, drink heartily, and mate constantly (preferably two males)

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Because of his dogma he does not have any official temples or clergy. However, it could be said that any place that offers a good drink, male companionship, and has a good bard on staff, is his temple.

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