The Great Pendragon
An elite unit of Saxon beserks. They mostly come from the same clan, and so Fenrisget can be both a family name, and refer to the wider brotherhood.
They are renowned for their use of blood magics, and are easily identified by the wolf skins they drape across their shoulders.
The Fenrisget family members are most often recognised on the battle field by the chanting of their battle song and the ninefold wolf tail banners that accompany them.
Fenrisget war chant
deyr sjálfr et sama;
you yourself die;
ek veit einn,
I know one thing
at aldri deyr:
which never dies:
dómr um dauðan hvern.
the judgment of a dead man’s life
as of 496 AD the Fenrisget now have a new champion in the lanky shape of Saexwulf Fenrisget, who is is rapidly making himself known to the people of Britain after he butchered Sir Saravinus Arilius in a duel at the court of King Cerdic.
There are rumors of dark sorcery practiced by their most senior members…. on several occasions now the knights of Salisbury have encountered evidence of this; either through the vile rituals of the ‘Blood Eagle’ or through the less obvious uses of the obscene ‘Irmenenshaft’.Main Page