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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Klein




Personal Information


I ain't telling ya shit, I have my reasons too.

The Werewolf or Warg doesn't really recollect, she's certain its been past a few hundred years by now but at the numbers grow on her memory of the past seems to get worse, to be honest its gotten to the point where she think she's going Senile! Though she really hopes she doesn't forget her little Lover Boy, that's something of a great fear.


Of course I'm a Woman, I have boobs damn it! And quite the sexy figure, the Pet thinks so~

Well. Despite being a Non-Human she still has a Gender, that being..well female obviously! Though there are those on Occasion albeit Seldom or very Rarely who would try to think otherwise... like idiots.


Werewolves have nothing on this~ I could rip those fuckers apart without so much as trying, then again I'd rather give one a big old hug then hurt em- same goes with Vampires, especially my little 'Pet'..or was I his pet?

(Taken from the Wikipedia)

-In Norse mythology, a vargr (often anglicised as warg or varg) is a wolf and in particular refers to the wolf Fenrir and his sons Sköll and Hati. Based on this, J. R. R. Tolkien in his fiction used the Old English form warg (other O.E. forms being wearg and wearh) to refer to a wolf-like creature of a particularly evil kind.


In Old Norse, vargr is a term for "wolf" (ulfr). The Proto-Germanic *wargaz is related to proto-Iranian *verk "wolf", Avestan vehrka, Mazandarani varg, Zazaki verg, Old Persian varka-, Persian gorg etc. In line 1514 of Beowulf, Grendel's mother is described as a grund-wyrgen or "warg of the depths."

Norse mythology

In Norse mythology, wargs are in particular the mythological wolves Fenrir, Sköll and Hati. In the Hervarar saga, King Heidrek is asked by Gestumblindi (Odin),

What is that lamp
which lights up men,
but flame engulfs it,
and wargs grasp after it always.

Heidrek knows the answer is the Sun, explaining,

She lights up every land and shines over all men, and Skoll and Hatti are called wargs. Those are wolves, one going before the sun, the other after the moon.

Wolves also served as mounts for more or less dangerous humanoid creatures. For instance, Gunnr's horse was a kenning for "wolf" on the Rök Runestone, in the Lay of Hyndla, the völva (witch) Hyndla rides a wolf and to Baldr's funeral, the giantess Grokking arrived on a wolf.


In Norse mythology, Fenrir (Old Norse: "fen-dweller"), Fenrisúlfr (Old Norse: "Fenris wolf"), Hróðvitnir (Old Norse: "fame-wolf"), or Vánagandr (Old Norse: "the monster of the river Ván") is a monstrous wolf. Fenrir is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. In both the Poetic Edda and Prose Edda, Fenrir is the father of the wolves Sköll and Hati Hróðvitnisson, is a son of Loki, and is foretold to kill the god Odin during the events of Ragnarök, but will in turn be killed by Odin's son Víðarr.

In the Prose Edda, additional information is given about Fenrir, including that, due to the gods' knowledge of prophecies foretelling great trouble from Fenrir and his rapid growth, the gods bound him, and as a result Fenrir bit off the right hand of the god Týr. Depictions of Fenrir have been identified on various objects, and scholarly theories have been proposed regarding Fenrir's relation to other canine beings in Norse mythology. Fenrir has been the subject of artistic depictions, and he appears in literature.


Poetic Edda

Fenrir is mentioned in three stanzas of the poem Völuspá, and in two stanzas of the poem Vafþrúðnismál. In stanza 40 of the poem Völuspá, a völva divulges to Odin that, in the east, an old woman sat in the forest Járnviðr, "and bred there the broods of Fenrir. There will come from them all one of that number to be a moon-snatcher in troll's skin." Further into the poem, the völva foretells that Odin will be consumed by Fenrir at Ragnarök:

Then is fulfilled Hlín's
second sorrow,
when Óðinn goes
to fight with the wolf,
and Beli's slayer,
bright, against Surtr.
Then shall Frigg's
sweet friend fall.

In the stanza that follows, the völva describes that Odin's "tall child of Triumph's Sire" (Odin's son Víðarr) will then come to "strike at the beast of slaughter," and with his hands, he will drive a sword onto the heart of "Hveðrungr's son," avenging the death of his father.

In the first of two stanzas mentioning Fenrir in Vafþrúðnismál, Odin poses a question to the wise jötunn Vafþrúðnir:

"Much I have travelled, much have I tried out,
much have I tested the Powers;
from where will a sun come into the smooth heaven
when Fenrir has assailed this one?"

In the stanza that follows, Vafþrúðnir responds that Sól (here referred to as Álfröðull), will bear a daughter before Fenrir attacks her, and that this daughter shall continue the paths of her deceased mother through the heavens.-

(Own Personal Information)

To the very reason to why this was posted was simple. Rather its quite possible Bast may very well be the reincarnation of the God-Eater known as Fenrir or the one who was responsible for swallowing Odin during Ragnarok. Seeing the process of reincarnation or rebirth is something of a possibility despite most believe when one dies that's simple the end and they either sent to Heaven or Hell, Paradise or Hades. However this truthfully is not the case for Bast, rather it seemed she is indeed the very reincarnation of Fenrir or the God-Eater that had devoured Odin during Ragnarok.

Is she aware of this..? That's more then likely uncertain, how do to her nature as a Warg let alone Fenrir from the very moment she was brought into this World it seemed she possessed what her Parents labeled as the 'Gift' of the Moon and the Ability to Shift into a Large Beast which served as its iconic representative, a Large Wolf.

Daughter of the Moon

Its a weird Title I know.

Being the Reincarnation and from her Parents perspective 'Blessed' by the Moon, they have come to believe their Child was in fact the 'Daughter of the Moon' when it truth she was actually merely the reincarnation of Fenrir a God-Eater and the Slayer of Odin.

Sexual Orientation:

I tend to float BOTH ways hehe.

Like all my Characters, they have no matter of 'Physical' Attraction. Rather she doesn't judge one for their Gender or Race, rather she goes for ones Personality, even if they so happened to be a Vampire she wouldn't care.

Astral Grove

(Like I freaking said its cheesy, don't get on my ass about it please. I've had enough of people climbing on my back as is, you have been warned I will ignore any rude retorts/remarks. Criticism is more then welcome however.)

A Rather 'Cheesy' name for a location, but this was the Area named do to the fact that it seemed to be 'blessed' by the very Stars in the Nights Sky above, the place is often a peaceful location so those looking to settle down and perhaps own some manner of Farm Land generally came here, after all it is said to be blessed by a Moon Deity albeit one of the few remaining Deity left in this somewhat cold and unforgiving world, though this hasn't prevent it from being a prime target of Vampires and Monsters alike as they seem to detest any manner of peace and make prey of those who desire it, this is the reason why her Parents believe her to be a Daughter of the Moon, albeit seeing a being born with the ability to take on the Form of a Large Wolf seems like a 'Gift' from the one who has blessed this Land a form of 'Protector' or Guardian.

Date of Birth:
December Forth/4th




Currently in a Relationship with Bartol Zigmund.

Spoken for, I'm currently with and intending on interloping with my special 'Lover Boy'. SO SCRAM.

Their relationship has been..interesting, most of it includes drinking, sex and doing stupid shit which results in the dismay of those around them, but it seems they get along quite..and I mean QUITE well, the Fledgling has practically learned how to read the Warg like some manner of 'open' book and she's grown horribly found of what she intended on being a 'Play Thing'. They intend on interloping relatively soon, its unlikely they'd be able to have children so adopting would be their only option. Yes a Vampire and 'Werewolf' are going to get Married.

[Color Blind]

This seems to be one of the Disabilities she posses, albeit she is unable to see specific colors/spectrum's however. This seems to come with numerous upsides, albeit enhanced senses such as smell, taste and hearing. She also seems to posses increased physical attributes such as muscle strength which in turn increased her speed.

[Weakness to Silver]

To be honest this weakness to Silver is somewhat foreign, perhaps a Curse inflicted upon all Warg or Were-Beast's alike by some manner of Deity who hated them and their existence entirely. Or rather this was a natural born weakness they simply all seem to share as a means to do subdue them, similar to Achilles heel.




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A Halberd crafted out of a rare metal known as Titanite and the Scales of a Powerful Elder Dragon, the Fur near the neck of the Blade seems to be White and from some manner of Canine preferably a Wolf. This weapon had been crafted upon discovering a metal within a Fallen 'Star' or Meteorite and using the Scales from a Dragon she had defeated when it had attacked the Town, the fur serves as a manner of decoration so it clashes well with her attire, the Blade and Handle seeming to be large if not heavier for any typical mortal, and it was specifically designed for her own person use and comfort. The three Spikes on its neck serve as 'claws' which can pierce even the toughest scales and serve as a decent weapon for those who are too close for the blade's to strike.




Current History

Past History

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Bast's Story


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Poor Woman, didn't see it coming- now her valuable Chinese was destroyed and she was probably crying. Though the Vampire burst into a hyena worthy fit of laughter, the Woman or Warg would grumble- moving to pull on the Mans cheeks.
Oi..Oi! She's a nice lady..she..she brings me free stuff all the time...I think...
And then came a load obnoxious belch, and well when the Man flopped over she had abruptly passed out, literally after she broke wind or er burped- she had lost count to how much she drunk.