Fenrir swallows Odin, though immediately afterward his son Víðarr kicks his foot into Fenrir's lower jaw, grips the upper jaw, and rips apart Fenrir's mouth, killing the great wolf. Loki fights Heimdallr and the two kill each other. Surtr covers the earth in fire, causing the entire world to burn. sköll and hati catch up to the sun and moon.
This is a pair of lil bosses! They are FENRIR TWINS. Big wolves covered in spikes! One is yellow, and one is blue I believe. There isn't much at all about them out yet considering the map is so new. They seem to be moderate to easy to beat.
Hati and Sköll are the children of Fenrir and as such the grandchildren of Loki. The two wolfs chase Sól and máni, the iterations of the Sun and moon respectively, in their horse drawn chariots. It’s said that when the two wolfs cross paths, and catch and destroy their quarry of eons, that Ragnarök, the Norse doomsday or end of the world, will begin and their farther ,Fenrir, will be released from his mountain dungeon, he will then kill Odin and afterwards Fenrir is himself killed by Odin’s son, Vidarr.
I walk on for miles, cold, shivering, my only warm supplied by the rapidly sinking sun, and what little garments I have to clothe my otherwise bare body.
For the first time in a long time…I felt- lost.
I stared about in growing desperation, with each step, my body weakened, what little morale i had, had died long ago.
I cross over the gray beaches toward the far lands, a wooded patch far ahead, and after a long bout of trekking, I reached it.
A long stretch of wood, parasaurs, dilophosaurs, and dodos, all creatures I had become familiar with, dotting the wooded land.
As I gazed around, my eye caught a beast of metal hide, glowing with a mechanical light, it was a parasaur…but not.
Despite my frail body, and weakened state, I threw all caution to the wind, and charged toward the beast, it only stared in a confused trance, before I met it, with my fists, the sharp pain of flesh meeting metal stung, and bruised, but as it ran, I felt a surge of hope, and so I charged after, heart alight with the hope of tomorrow.