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Fenrir is a mount unlocked on the 6th island of the Norse Lands campaign.

In the Norse mythology, Fenrir was the son of Loki and giantess Angerboda. Fenrir was feared by the gods, because of a prophecy that he would bring the world's end. Due to that, Fenrir was bound in chains by the gods, but Tyr's hand was bitten off in the process. The prophecy however foretells that the chains will be broken on Ragnarok and he would eventually devour the sun itself.


In Norse Lands, the legendary wolf Fenrir serves in both offensive and defensive side of the battle against the greed. Having abilities to deal with the greed alongside a buff on your citizens.

Abilities[]

Charge attack[]

Trigger for the special ability
PC 1st P L.Shift while standing still
2nd Player G
Mobile Swipe up
N. Switch ZL or ZR
Xbox Right trigger
PS4 L2 or R2

The primary ability of Fenrir is not too different than the wolf mount from the Dire Island. The wolf charges 3 times, pouncing on the first and two small pounces afterwards. Although somewhat effective, this move could land you in the middle of the crowd of the greed if not used carefully.

Defensive buff[]

The secondary ability of Fenrir is the ability to give off defensive buff to the units close to the monarch when the buff is activated. This ability is activated together with the charge attack, but has a different cooldown than the actual charge attack.

The defensive buff is applied with a visual que in which the first pounce attack would give off a shine effect. After which, the units affected by the buff will start flashing in white. This buff can also be applied on the units summoned by Hel's Trophy.

The defensive buff can only be applied again after the cooldown, which is indicated by the wolf flashing white after some time.

Fenrir defensive buff

Howling[]

Much like the dire wolf, Fenrir can only gain the "grazing buff" during the night by howling to the moon.

The wolf can only howl to the moon on plains, but not in the forest. This also applies if it was the day of the Blood Moon.

See also

Mountsspeed, stamina, special abilities, unlocking & switching mounts + comparative tables
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