LestradeXMjolnir RP-Thor gestured to Loki to grab the other end of the teleportation device, his brows furrowing to his brother. Loki reluctantly grabbed the other end and with that, Thor turned the handle of the device and the Cube powered up and teleported them back to Asgard. Just as it did so, miles away in a hilly region of New York, the clouds darkened then like a comet, down came..the hammer of Thor cratering into a grassy hillside, creating a similar crater to the one in New Mexico that had been witnessed only a year or more ago. It sparked and smoked from its re-entry, its inner concious feeling as if it was wrong, that it should have kept going oLestradeXMjolnir RP by ~TrueEros
Ookami (A deified wolf in Japanese Mythology)There are some animals and creatures in Japanese mythology. Almost of them are servants of gods. For example, foxes are servants of Inari-shin, who is a god of harvest.Ookami (A deified wolf in Japanese Mythology) by *SheltieWolf
Only two creatures took part in a category of gods -that is to say, wolves and snakes-.
Chichibu had been the most active area of a faith to wolves.
Long time ago, Yamato-Takeru-no-Mikoto [日本武尊] (who is one of heroes in Japanese mythology) went on an expedition. But when he went through in the deep forest of Chichibu [秩父] mountains, it was in a dense fog and he lost his way. Then, one white wolf appeared in front of him. The white wolf walked a head of him and guided to the outside of the forest. He escaped the deep forest at last.
Yamato-Takeru-no-Mikoto greatly appreciated a help of a white wolf. He constructed a shrine. The wolf which helped him was joined in a group of gods. The god of the wolf was called "Ooguchi-no-Magami [大口真神]". (It means "a g