|South Eastern Wolf Tribe King|
Queen Ylva (Wife)
The South Eastern Wolf Tribe king is well...the King of the South Eastern Wolf Tribe. We are yet to know his real name. He is the husband of Queen Ylva and father of Fenrir. He is a man who used to be kind but as a war started with the Southern Wolf Tribe he became a corrupted tyrant. He forced his son, Fenrir, to marry a meif'wa of desirable traits to fulfill a prophetic vision that in order for the kingdom to prosper, a child born of both Meif'wa and Lu'pine blood must be the next heir to the throne.
It is revealed through Ylva, that he and Ylva were too forced to marry, but eventually found love. He died in season 2 episode 20 after falling from a cliff after being forced by Laurance in his Shadow Knight form. In one the following episodes, Leona tells Aphmau that King Fenrir is looking for the meif'was Katelyn, Laurence and Aphmau after his father's death even though both Aphmau and Katelyn did nothing.
He has dark brown hair and beard and blue eyes. His crown is gold and dark blue, his nose (as you can see) is somewhat large. He wears silver and gold chainmail armor with red gloves and highlights.
Fenrir and Ylva have both said that the Werewolf King used to be a kind and good person before the war started and the prophecy of the next heir where he became a power hungry, cruel, tyrant. Some say that King Garte and Queen Zianna's situations are related to each others.
He treats his prisoners in a cruel and unusual manor no matter what. Instead of escorting them to chambers, he locks them in cells in his dungeon like criminals. Their belongings are then burned, hinting that he has no intention on releasing any of them until death. He then claims the belongings that weren't burned for himself. He even allows his guards to harass and beat up his prisoners as they are cornered in their cells. When they are escorted out of their cells, they are first knocked out by one of the guards.
He will blackmail others by threatening to kill those close to them. A single mumble of a threat by the bribee will count as breaking their end of the deal to him. He may or may not keep his word depending on the situation or the person as he told Aphmau that her friends will not be killed if she marries his son, but Laurance will be executed anyway for being a love interest. The hostages are locked in cells and are treated as above.
Even in death he is manipulative as he convinced Fenrir to carry on his tyrannical traits and even his goals and seemingly declare war on Aphmau despite her saving his life.