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from Irish Archaeology Shop

The terminals of this heavy and chunky Viking bracelet are decorated with stylised wolf heads. The wolf heads are inspired by a mythical Viking wolf Fenrir. According to Norse mythology this fierce beast is destined to fight Odin during Ragnarök.

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Mongoose vs. King Cobra I have seen a king Cobra in the wild. It is almost unbelievable to me that the small bad assed Mongoose takes these suckers on regularly and enjoys doing it!! I don't ever want to fight with a Mongoose.

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from Irish Archaeology Shop

The terminals of this heavy and chunky Viking bracelet are decorated with stylised wolf heads. The wolf heads are inspired by a mythical Viking wolf Fenrir. According to Norse mythology this fierce beast is destined to fight Odin during Ragnarök.

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from The Chronicles of Narnia

So you're bravely refusing to fight a swordsman half your age. - The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

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Sometimes the easiest way to solve a problem is to stop participating in the problem. ~ Johnathan Mead

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Okay okay, I get that wearing a pretty dress to the Halamshiral would have made climbing trellises and fighting demons slightly more inconvenient, but wouldn’t it be totally worth it to make your LI’s palms sweat? Cullen, I know she’s cute and all, but remember that you lose court approval when you stare dreamily into the Inquisitor’s bosom instead of talking with the nobles.

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FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: VALKYRIES The Valkyries are beautiful young women, mounted upon winged horses and armed with helmets and spears. They scout battlefields, selecting the bravest of slain warriors and escorting them to Valhalla. In this immense, majestic hall, ruled by Odin, these warriors (the Einherjar) fight, feast, and prepare for the oncoming battle of Ragnarok. The Valkyries are also Odin's messengers.

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