Saint Seiya - Alioth Epsilon Fenrir Cube Craft Free Paper Toy DownloadThis cube craft paper toy is Alioth Epsilon Fenrir, one of seven Warriors Gods of Asgard in the series Saint Seiya of Masami Kurumada, based on the manga / anime series , the papercraft created by alonso jacobo.

Fenrir was a member of one of the most powerful and rich families in Asgard. One day, when he and his family went hunting, they were attacked by a bear. Helped by wolves and abandoned by humans, he started to live with wolves adopting their life style and deeply hating humans. Later, he was chosen by Hilda as the Epsilon God Warrior. He died fighting against Shiryu when an avalanche fell over him and his wolves.

Named after the Norse mythical wolf Fenrir, who will swallow Odin during Ragnarok. His armor also resembles the wolf

Fenrir is the son of Loki with the giantess Angrboda. Its Jormungand brothers and Hel. A fierce wolf that has grown so much that his open jaw was able to touch the heavens. Being able to destroy Odin, Fenrir was chained to the day of Ragnarok, the final battle. Star Epsilon Alioth is in the Ursa Major constellation. [Source: wikia]

You can download the cube paper craft toy here: Saint Seiya – Alioth Epsilon Fenrir Cube Craft Free Paper Toy Download

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