Fenrir is an excellent symbol to put on the drinking horn of someone who has faced a lot of troubles and risen above them.
Hereof, is Garm a fenrir?
In Norse Mythology, Garm is a giant wolf, or the “greatest of dogs” in the eddic poem Grimsnisal. … Fenrir, however, is a lot better defined in Norse myth and thus kept his identity in my books. Fenrir appears in a couple of well drawn Norse stories. He, like Hel and Jormungand, is Loki’s offspring.
Considering this, is fenrir good or evil?
The reason why Fenrir was considered a villain in Norse mythology was that he killed the chief god of gods – Odin the Allfather. Right from the beginning, the two was destined to be sworn enemy. A leader was the one who showed the way and made the way for his clan.