Fenris wolf

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This article is about the wolf found south of Rellekka. For the level 60 wolf that is found at the Feldip Hills, see Wolf (level 60).
For the wolves summoned by Sköll, see Fenris wolf (Sköll).

The Fenris wolf is a wolf found south of Rellekka. During the 2012 and 2013 Winter events, two to five level 70 Fenris wolves would be summoned by Sköll while you fight him.

During the 2012 Winter event, Jagex Moderators had the ability to spawn multiple Fenris wolves which could then be attacked. While they could be spawned anywhere, they were most commonly found at the Grand Exchange.

During the quest Fur 'n Seek, its pelt must be collected and cleaned for the Odd Old Man.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Drops[edit | edit source]

100% Drops[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ The Fenris wolf pelt is only dropped during the Fur 'n Seek quest.

Charms[edit | edit source]

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Other[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ The Wolf bone is only dropped during the Rag and Bone Man quest.

Universal drops[edit | edit source]

Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
These items are dropped alongside main drops.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Before the quest Fur 'n Seek was released, they were simply called "Wolf".
  • In Norse mythology, Fenrir is known as the "Fenris Wolf", and is one of Loki's 3 monstrous children along with Jormungandr (the Midgard Serpent) and Hel. The Gods will attempt to bind Fenrir, the first two shall fail, the third Fenrir will be shown the magical ribbon Gleipnir, Fenrir agrees as long as one of the gods is brave enough to place one of their hands in his mouth as they bind him. Tyr is the only one who accepts the task. As Fenrir struggles Gliepnir will tighten and Fenrir will bite Tyr's hand off in rage.
  • In Norse mythology, Fenrir shall break free from Gliepnir and travel to Vigrid to fight in Ragnarok. There he shall swallow Odin whole. He is also the father of Hati and Sköll.