Dude! That is just plain gorgeous. Wow…
I think this is too general for the Fianna. The duality (storytelling vs SHRED IT TO PIECES) is not shown at all atm which is a pity.
How would you visualize that?
I disagree that the Fianna are a duality. I think the Fianna encompass many aspects, not just those two, that are central to them. But I do agree that the Fianna are iconic story tellers and that may distinguish them from the other tribes (though all have their story tellers). In fact with the inclusion of the “vs” you imply that a duality means that storytelling is in contrast to their violent natures. I don’t think those aspects are in opposition – they aren’t in most human cultures nor in garou culture.
I love the art. I think it encompasses their style perfectly and the high held head seems perfect for someone who might be a warrior, a storyteller or both.
I like the pose, but as others have noted, it needs something that identifies more with the Tribe. Perhaps he could be howling instead of growling ? The Fianna are always said to be the Garou with the best howls.
He could also have a great big ol’ Stag in the foreground which has offered itself up to honor the pact between the Tribe and their Totem.
Howling is a great idea and maybe a fetish Celtic harp hanging from his waist.
I don’t understand the spiky shoulder elements. They don’t speak to me of the eloquence of the Fianna, or Celtic rage.
Spiky shoulder elements = Stag horns ?
William Wallace a Werewolf. That is exactly what I think of when I think of the Fianna. And no, I’m not being sarcastic.
Perfect! he completely captured the warrior essence the tribe… Fiannas are not jesters, they are fierce warriors with a culture dedicated to the preservation of traditions and legends garou, different from the fenris culture, focused on the simple violence
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