Inktober Day 25!
A son of Loki and father of Sköll and Hati, Fenrir is a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology. He was foretold to kill the god Odin during the events of Ragnarök. Because of this prophesy and his rapid growth, the gods decided to chain him up. The first two attempts at binding Fenrir failed, as they told him the bindings were to test his strength and he easily broke out if them. The third set of bindings were forged by dwarves and were the strongest chains ever made, even having the illusion of being lightweight and soft to the touch. Fenrir became suspicious and refused to be bound unless someone would stick their hand in his mouth. Týr was the only one brave enough to do this and ended up losing his hand when Fenrir couldn’t break free. He was tied to a boulder and a sword was placed in his jaws to hold them open. At Ragnarök, Fenrir will break lose and devour the world, killing Odin and be killed by Odin’s son, Víðarr.
Inktober day 25: prickly
Urchin Sirens aren't really sirens at all in the way that is usually implied. They just like to chill at the bottom of the sea and live quietly. Unfortunately, they still have to deal with the reputation of mermaids.