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Lore[edit | edit source]

A young god, Ullr is adept in warfare and hunting in the mountain forests. He blends in with the great trees, watching his prey with a piercing gaze akin to a hawk, and swoops in for the kill. No one can escape his Taxus baccata-fashioned spear.

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Name Origin[edit | edit source]

In early Germanic paganism, Wulþuz ("glory") appears to have been an important concept, perhaps personified as a god, or an epithet of an important god; it is continued in Old Norse tradition as Ullr, a god associated with archery.

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