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"watercolour on paper, another personal piece" - Art of Karl Kopinski

Look behind you, Beowulf! by Karl Kopinski. warrior Viiking with sword walking in water with water sea monster dragon behind him,

The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. She is also called the "washer at the ford" because if a warrior sees her washing her armor in the stream, it means he will die that day. The Morrighan often appears in the form of a crow or raven or is seen accompanied by a murder of them. In the Ulster cycle, she is shown as a cow and a wolf too.

Not explicitly Norse but the Celtic chooser of the slain? Sounds like a Valkyrie to me.The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. Story in "The GODDESSES / Psychology of Female Power"

Berserker by ~friendhaircut on deviantART #Warrior

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Geri and Freki, Odin's wolfs. When he feasts with the slain warriors (selected by the Valkyries.- the Einherjar) in Valhalla, he only indulges in the divine Mead, from the udders of the goat Heidrun. All other food offered to him he feeds to his wolves.

Geri and Freki, Odin's wolfs. When he feasts with the slain warriors (selected by the Valkyries.- the Einherjar) in Valhalla, he only indulges in the divine Mead, from the udders of the goat Heidrun. All other food offered to him he feeds to his wolves.